Wednesday, October 28, 2020

3 Soups to Warm Your Heart ♥

Hello Friends! 

Today I'm sharing with you 3 of my favorite soup recipes.  Now is the time of year when I start adding soup to our weekly dinner menu.  I like to make a bit pot for Sunday dinner and then we can enjoy leftovers during the week.  Since I'm working from home I like knowing there is soup in the fridge I can heat up for a hot lunch.  Seriously, is there anything better than a bowl of soup on a cold day?  Here's three of my favorites.  

Since I've already written blog posts on all of these just click the link to take you to the recipe : ) 

♥ Pasta Fagioli Soup  (Rob's all time favorite) 

It starts with a base of garlic, onion, and pancetta.  It's easier to make than you think.  It comes together quick.  Add some warm, crusty bread to dip, and your heart (and belly) will be happy. 

♥ Butternut Squash & Apple Soup 

Don't let the apple scare you.  The apple isn't overbearing, it just adds a hint of sweetness.  Also hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and a dash of cayenne pepper make this soup one of my favorites. 

♥ Tuscan Veggie Soup 

Chopping the veggies is well worth the effort.  This is a hearty soup that is so good for you.  I add shreds of fresh parmesan that slowly melt into the goodness of the soup.  It's SO delicious! 

What are some of your favorite soups?  I would love to try some new recipes 

Well, that's it for today.  As I type this post it's pouring rain out and I'm grateful to be inside in my cozy cocoon today.  Do you have Halloween plans?  No trick or treating for us this year.  We plan on staying in and watching a scary movie (not sure which one yet...suggestions??).  Our dinner menu will be mummy dogs and our favorite turkey chili, with something sweet and spooky for dessert of course!

Have a nice day everyone! Thanks for stopping by today for a cup of soup. 

Stay safe and cozy! xx


  1. Yum!
    Thank you!
    And Mummy Dogs with Cheese Broccoli Soup here.
    Have you ever watched The Wolfman from 1941?
    We love it! Also Horror of Dracula from 1958.

  2. Those soups look really good, love the apple in the butternut one! I recently made a pumpkin pie with apple in it....reminds me of that. I am about to make a Miso soup today, it’s not for everyone but we like it. Split pea is another fav this time of year. Same weather here in Toronto, rain rain and more rain. My kids are 19 and 16 so a little past trick or treating, but my youngest is dressing up and celebrating with a couple friends in her social bubble. We just got the Disney plus channel and they have so many Halloween and Xmas movies! Best 8.99/mo I have ever spent! The Halloween Town movies were always a hit when my kids were young. Hocus Pocus and Practical Magic are good. Freaky Friday is a great one for kids and adults (not Halloween per say) Trying not to watch Xmas movies yet but I may have snuck one or two in already 😜 I find I am working on a bunch of small DIY projects in the house this fall....feels like I am nesting and getting ready for a long winter indoors. Hubby and I are contemplating getting a hot tub but they are back ordered so apparently others are having the same thoughts!

  3. Yay! Thank You! I have been waiting on the Pasta Fagioli recipe! I am eating vegetarian so this will be so so wonderful. Thank you so much!