Cozy up during the winter with one of these tasty, creamy soup recipes.
Cost per serving: $1.18
Instead of fresh tomatoes, substitute a 35-ounce can of whole tomatoes packed in juice. Incorporate the juice but omit the 1 cup of water.
See Recipe: Tomato Soup with Cheddar Croutons
Cost per serving: $1.14
Take advantage of the season's plentiful gourd selection and quickly transform butternut squash into this rich, creamy soup.
See recipe: Squash Soup with Whole-Grain Croutons
Cost per serving: 92¢
To cut the fat and calories from this rich dish, use uncured turkey bacon instead of pork and swap in low-fat cheese and sour cream.
See recipe: Mashed Potato Soup
Cost per serving: $1.09
This delicious Chilled Pesto-Pea Soup looks restaurant-worthy, but is just a fraction of the cost. Frozen peas are incredibly convenient, but if you're feeling ambitious, try it with fresh peas instead. You'll love their sweet, fresh taste.
See recipe: Chilled Pesto-Pea Soup
Cost per serving: $1.01
Curry and coconut milk bring a twist of Thai flavor and heat to this hearty soup.
See recipe: Curried Lentil Soup
Cost per serving: $3.67
Roasted tomatoes have more robust flavor than canned or fresh tomatoes, making this recipe more flavorful than your regular tomato soup.
See recipe: Roasted Tomato Soup
Cost per serving: $1.26
Try this next time you're craving baked potato soup. The blue cheese adds a welcome and unexpected flavor combination.
See recipe: Potato, Onion and Blue Cheese Soup
Cost per serving: 71¢
Dip your spoon into this pungent, comforting soup, perfect for autumn.
See recipe: Creamy Ginger-Parsnip Soup
Cost per serving: 98¢
The rich flavor of pumpkin is a natural during the fall months, but you can enjoy this soup year round if you use canned pumpkin. This recipe calls for a whole can but if you don't use it all, freeze leftovers in ½- or 1-cup servings for future recipes. Store in ziplock bags for up to three months.
See recipe: Spicy Pumpkin Soup
Cost per serving: $1.23
This tasty soup comes together in less than 30 minutes, perfect for busy weeknights.
See Recipe: Creamy Pea Soup
Cost per serving: $1.24
Keep a jar of roasted red peppers in your pantry and you can whip up an affordable meal with some scarlet sparkle whenever the mood strikes.
See recipe: Tomato-Basil-Red Pepper Soup
Cost per serving: 93¢
Even your pickiest eaters will love this rich recipe. If your kids balk at eating cauliflower, just call it cheese soup. (We won't tell!)
See recipe: Cauliflower-Cheese Soup
Cost per serving: $1.33
Fat: 17g (sat 11g)
This soup puts the flavor of cheese front and center, but makes it light enough to enjoy as a healthy dinner.
See recipe: Broccoli-Cheese Soup
Cost per serving: $1.67
Homemade pumpkin seeds take minutes and add the perfect bit of crunch to this hearty fall soup. Make extra while you're at it, they're great for snacking.
Recipe: Curried Pumpkin Soup with Spicy Pumpkin Seeds
Cost per serving: 47¢
This creamy soup is a perfect accompaniment to grilled cheese.
See Recipe: Creamy Tomato Soup