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Soup & Stew Season: Elevate your dishes this autumn

It is officially soup and stew season, and we can barely contain our excitement! Whether your go-to is a creamy blended squash soup, or a classic chicken noodle, nobody can deny that the chill of the fall air makes for perfect soup weather. If you’re a soup fanatic like us, you won’t be able to resist trying these delicious soup recipes.

Pastina Soup

This soup is definitely for the soul. Some call it Italy’s version of chicken noodle soup, but we just call it delicious! The best thing about this soup is that it only requires a few ingredients, and about 10 minutes on the stove to create a perfect creamy consistency. Pair it with a crunchy bread to sop up all that delicious parmesan-infused broth, and enjoy on a cold night with your favourite people. It is sure to be a hit!

Creamy Tortellini Soup

Keeping in theme with creamy pasta soup, this is a must try! Think of this soup as an elevated broccoli cheddar soup. Tortellini is a pasta that is typically stuffed with a mixture of meat, cheese, and herbs. Don’t fret my vegetarian friends, most grocery stores stock a wide variety of cheese exclusive tortellini, and vegetable broth always makes a good replacement for chicken.

Butternut Squash Soup

There is no time like the fall for a beautiful variety of squash. Squash is super nutrient dense, especially in vitamin A, which is essential for your immune system, reproductive health, and good eyesight! This blended soup is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, with notes of sage and rosemary to enhance the nuttiness of the butternut squash.

Chicken Noodle Soup

Classic, soothing, and delicious, we’d be lying if we said we didn’t love a good chicken noodle soup. The best part about chicken noodle soup is the versatility, and with the addition of some new and exciting vegetables, you can keep the chicken noodle train chugging along through autumn. Plus, what is more comforting than a nice hot bowl of chicken noodle soup when you’re battling that fall cold?

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