Does the cold weather where you live have you craving some comfort food?
We’ve had some obnoxiously cold days in Philadelphia recently and while I’ve gone out to eat pretty often this past week, I’m really starting to miss some home cooking! So what am I inspired to make this winter? Soups, stews, and chilis!
Growing up, I wasn’t a fan of soup or chili…I always thought they were filling, but boring! I guess I had too much of the canned stuff back then. Now that I’ve joined the blogging world (and Pinterest) and started cooking more at home, I’ve learned that there is so much creativity and so many healthy ways to enjoy these very hearty meals!
So I thought it would be great if I shared 15 different recipes for soup, chili, stews, and chowders that you can enjoy this winter. Thanks so much to the healthy living bloggers that have contributed to this roundup! I’ve even got options for using your slow cooker or stovetop…if only I could create the way that they do! I hope you enjoy these recipes!Need comfort food? Check out some delicious soup, stew, and chili recipes from your favorite healthy living bloggers! #sweatpink Click To Tweet
For years I have said that I would learn to make soup by scratch but have yet to take the plunge. These soup and stew recipes look so amazing that I can’t resist to grab my slow cooker and start cooking!
Deborah hosts a Meatless Monday linkup on her blog and this roasted butternut squash soup is just one example of her delicious meals!
Beets in a soup? How creative! Chrissy’s soup recipe is full of a variety of flavors that looks amazing!
Rachel’s stew recipe sounds amazing and features curry and smokey flavors! She describes it as “thick, rich and flavorful”!
Here’s another vegetarian soup recipe, this time from Julie. Doesn’t it look so fresh and flavorful?
Clearly I need to get some curry powder in my life! Coco’s chickpea stew looks so rich and delicious!
These crockpot chili recipes are perfect for your next snow day! My boyfriend is a huge chili fan so I’m sure any of these recipes would be a hit!
This is a more traditional chili recipe from Dixya and it looks amazing!
I have a bag of lentils in my cupboard just dying to be used! Now I’ve found my purpose thanks to Kaila’s chili recipe!
This turkey chili recipe from Ellie is another delicious option and I love that it features sweet potatoes, my favorite!
Julie is an amazing cook and I’m not surprised that she’s won an award for this vegetarian chili! Delish!
I love the simplicity of Coco’s crockpot chili. It has only 7 ingredients and looks delicious!
Rachel’s quinoa chili is chock full of veggies and looks absolutely delicious!
I love using the slow cooker when I have the time to take advantage of it, but sometimes I need to make something a little quicker! That’s why I’m happy to share even more soup and chili recipes from my blogger friends where there’s no crockpot necessary!
Doesn’t Kathryn’s clam chowder look so flavorful? It seasoned with plenty of herbs and spices!
Courtney’s recipe looks so hearty even with just a few simple ingredients! Yum!
I love Lauren’s recipe for pumpkin soup with hemp hearts to add some texture!
Here’s another great seafood recipe, this time from Kaila! Shrimp and clams are featured here and I bet the curry adds a really unique flavor!
Has it gotten cold where you live? Which soup, stew, or chili recipe would you want to try first?