My top 5 favourite soup recipes this Fall/Winter Season!

My top 5 favourite soup recipes this Fall/Winter Season!

Hi Friends!

Welcome back to another Kiah’s Kitchen blog post! Today I’m sharing my top five favourite soup recipes for this Fall/Winter season! In Australia we are slowly beginning to see the signs of Spring on the horizon, however we’ve not escaped the cold days just yet so soup will still be on the menu in our house for at least another month or so. On the other side of the world in the Northern Hemisphere the season is transitioning into fall, the leaves will be beginning to change colour and it’s almost time to start incorporating nourishing soups and stews into your diet to support your body through this seasonal transition. Basically what I am saying is, it’s the perfect time to have some soup wherever in the world you are!

One of my favourite things about the cooler months is the soups that I can make! Soup is so easy to throw together with almost anything you have in the fridge, it’s frugal, it’s perfect for prepping ahead for some easy lunches or dinners during the week and it’s just good for the soul. Over these past four months I have been making soup once a week and have tried so many different recipes, some my own and some from other bloggers and recipe creators. Whilst I enjoyed all of them, there were certainly some stand out favourites that I absolutely loved and will continue to make time and again.

My top five favourite soups from this winter:


  1. Curried Pumpkin Lentil and Coconut Soup by Kiah’s Kitchen

    This delicious soup recipe is one of mine and I absolutely love it, it’s like taking pumpkin soup, giving it a bit of a kick and adding in red lentils for additional protein, fibre and folate! Win Win Win! My mum is an amazing cook (it’s probably where I got my passion from) and I always remember her pumpkin soup because she would add fresh ginger and it provided so much flavour, ever since then, I can’t make pumpkin soup without adding ginger and this soup was no exception. The ginger and curry make this soup super warming which is great on those cold winter days and the Butternut and coconut milk give a lovely creaminess. This soup is thick and filling and goes perfectly with some crusty bread on the side. This soup also freezes well making it the perfect meal prep option for winter! Get the recipe here.

  2. Spiced Moroccan Vegetable Soup with Chickpeas, Cilantro and Lemon by Joan Nathan

    I feel like the title of this soup does not do it justice, not only is it packed with herbs, veggies and chickpeas, it also has lentils and harissa paste which packs a flavourful punch. Growing up we did not go out to eat all that often, I had a single mother and we conserved money, however as a teenager mum and I did go to a cafe in Croydon called Kofi Beans occasionally and they had this delicious harissa soup with sourdough that I would get every time! I was actually looking for a harissa soup recipe to mimic the Kofi Beans one when I stumbled across this recipe and I’m so glad I did. I actually followed this recipe to the T, which is rare for me, usually I use recipes as a base and tend to improvise a little but this was perfect as written. I also tried freezing this recipe which worked fine and took it to work for lunches. Get the recipe here.

  3. Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Soup by Cookie + Kate

    This is probably one of my favourite soups ever. I love cauliflower soup but I don’t really like to use a lot of cream or dairy. This flavours in this soup are absolutely amazing and it is so so creamy without the need for any cream or milk. Roasting the cauliflower really enriches the flavour and provides depth to the soup. As usual I didn’t follow this recipe exactly, I used two heads of cauliflower instead of one and extra garlic cloves as well. I roasted the whole garlic cloves along with the cauliflower rather than sautéing them and I added in a small potato when cooking the soup on the stove. Because of this I did have to bump up the liquid so I just added some water in addition to the stock called for in the recipe. I served this soup with fresh parsley, cracked black pepper and Grana Padano cheese with fresh rye sourdough on the side *drool*. I made this soup for my mums birthday lunch and everyone loved it! Get the recipe here.

  4. Homemade Roasted Tomato and Basil Soup by Ambitious Kitchen

    When Nathan and I got back from Europe after a month of travelling, I was craving home cooked food so badly! Nathan and I live off fresh homemade meals and to go from that to a month of eating out and snacking while traveling is definitely a shock to the system! When we got back I needed something easy (jet-lagged) but nourishing and this soup was the first thing I cooked. The flavours are amazing and it is so simple to make, baking it all in the oven gives it a deliciously rich flavour. I cooked this again during the first trimester of my pregnancy when I was struggling with food aversions and nausea and it went down so well with some fresh sourdough on the side. I have not tried freezing this one, I imagine it would be better fresh given the consistency but I could be wrong! This is probably more of an Autumn soup if you follow seasonal eating, tomatoes aren’t really in season over winter, however the last harvest in late summer/early Autumn is perfect timing for making this. Get the recipe here.

  5. Spicy Sweet Potato Ginger and Coconut Soup by Jessica Beautician

    This spicy sweet potato soup is a staple at my house, it is so easy to throw together and the ginger and turmeric provide wonderful anti-inflammatory properties. Sweet potato is high in fibre and provides so many beneficial vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins B and C! So not only is this soup delicious to eat, it is also great for your immune system and fighting off those winter sniffles. I do a bit of a different variation on this soup which I’m sure I will share on my blog one day, but if you follow this recipe as written you will not be disappointed. I have tried freezing this soup and it defrosts and re-heats well making it another wonderful meal prep option. Get the recipe here.

I encourage you to give some of these soups a go, they are all amazingly flavourful and packed full of nutritional ingredients to keep you going during those cold days! Apologies for the photos, none of these have been taken with my camera, they’re all just off my Instagram but thought I would share them anyway so you could get an idea of how the soups look, to see the proper photos head to the link for each soup. I promise you will not be disappointed!

If you have any soup recipes that you love, please do let me know in the comments below or over on Instagram!

Until next time, stay warm, nourished and happy!

Kiah xo

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