Yesterday morning, our temperatures finally dipped below 70 degrees. Rest assured, I ran as fast as I could to my Instacart app and ordered groceries for a delicious soup dinner. There is something so healing and comforting in the aromas that fill our kitchen when soup season is upon us!

 

One thing I love about homemade soup – the ingredients are fresh, the soup keeps for days, and the recipes tend to make plenty for lunch and dinner leftovers. (I even had enough to deliver to a neighbor last night.) Last night, I paired our butternut squash soup with dairy-free tortellini and a spinach salad. Today, I plan on enjoying the leftovers with avocado toast.

 

Below are three staple recipes I use time and time again when butternut squash is in season and apples are plentiful.

 

Butternut Squash Soup with Bacon + Apples – (from PaleoRunningMomma.com)

Carrot Ginger Soup – (from SimplyRecipes.com)

Simple Pumpkin Soup – (from MinimalistBaker.com)

 

 

What are some of your favorite soups? Share what’s cooking in your crockpot in the comments section below!

To a cozy week,

Parker


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