10 Winter Soup Favorites for the Crock Pot

I mentioned on Sunday that I neglected to menu plan this week.Β  It has worked out well so far, as my husband had a short trip away and L and I are happy to eat eggs, oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies and soups for meals.

We are back to normal tonight, and it’s always nice to have a big pot of something to ensure leftovers for lunches the next few days.Β  I made a crock pot of black beans and decided to round up some other crock pot recipes for easy referencing.

Nutrition tip: One of the benefits of soups is that all of the nutrients leached from the food during the cooking process are contained in the broth, unlike boiling or simmering vegetables where the cooking water is drained off.

Here are a few of my favorites, as well as several I’d like to try:

Crock pot Black Beans

Β Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

Lindsay’s Vegetarian Chili


Michelle’s Vegan Chili

Melanie’s Crock pot Chicken Chili

Jamie’s Chickpea Curry


Heather’s Faux Pho Udon Noodle Soup

Here are three more that I need to try soon:

Laura’s Chopped Veggie Quinoa Soup

Lindsay’s Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

Tiffany’s Indian Spiced Lentil Soup

Do you have a favorite crock pot soup recipe?

48 thoughts on “10 Winter Soup Favorites for the Crock Pot

  1. I love crockpot soups in the winter by get are usually the healthiest, easiest way to warm your belly and they almost always make me feel like everything is right with the world (I think this may have something to do with my mother making soup any time there was a bump in the road or an illness, so it always makes me feel better).

    I just pinned this so I could enjoy some of these soups soon!
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  2. These all look good, and we are trying to eat more and more Vegan meals.. this gives me some good ideas. I love doing a corn chowder but I need to experiment to try to make my version vegan and healthier, right now it has cream and bacon in it, GAH!
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  3. I live on soup right now and it’s so expensive buying non-canned stuff (I don’t want to expose myself to the BPA in the cans). I need to try some of these recipes and freeze them in single servings!
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  4. Love, love, love my crockpot. I’ll have to try some of those recipes. I have a wonderful Moroccan Chicken recipe that I use over and over. I used to think the Crockpot was the lazy man’s cooking device but I’ve come to embrace it (and the fact that I really don’t like to cook, I just like to eat).
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  5. I know you wrote this post for me. So I’ll just thank you now =) =) Seriously. I was literally just telling (complaining to) my husband that we eat the same 10 meals every night for dinner. I need to shake things up but it’s hard to stand in front of the stove at 5/530 b/c things are a bit hectic here at that point. HA. I love cooking in the crock pot but haven’t had a chance to look for some new recipes. Thank you for this! Bookmarked and going to use it this weekend when I make my shopping list! xoxo
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  6. I have a fabulous White Chicken Chili recipe if you get on a chicken kick again. Yummy in my tummy!!! I will try your spit pea one. I’ve never done that one before!
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