These recipes bulk up your soups by adding a little meat.
Cost per serving: 73¢
Chicken Noodle Soup is a classic comfort food that takes just pennies to prepare. Add chickpeas or white beans to make this dish even heartier.
See recipe: Chicken Noodle Soup
Cost per serving: $1.38
Serve this hearty soup with bowls of sour cream, salsa and chopped cilantro, Round out the meal with warmed tortillas or a bowl of baked tortillas chips.
See recipe: Black Bean Soup with Shredded Pork
Cost per serving:$1.44
For a chilly fall night, this creamy soup will fill tummies and satisfy the entire family.
Recipe: Bacon and Creamy Potato Soup
Cost per serving: $1.96
A great take on traditional chicken and dumplings, this dish uses chopped fresh herbs to add a burst of flavor.
See recipe: Chicken with Herbed Dumplings
Cost per serving: $1.94
With meat, vegetables and a whole grain, you get a hot, well-rounded meal that's easy to prepare.
See recipe: Lamb and Barley Soup
Cost per serving: $1.99
With chicken, greens and orzo this soup can be either a side or a main entree.
See recipe: Chicken Meatball and Greens Soup
Cost per serving: $1.80
This Spring Pea Soup with Frizzled Ham recipe is an easy, but impressive meal to serve to guests. Round out the dish by adding a side salad or tomato-basil bruschetta appetizer.
See recipe: Spring Pea Soup with Frizzled Ham
Cost per serving: $1.53
Enjoy this rich, Mexican-inspired soup with cornbread and chopped avocado or a dollop of sour cream on top.
See recipe: Black Bean Soup with Sausage
Cost per serving: $1.27
Toss a few ingredients into your slow cooker in the morning and come home to this fragrant, hearty meal-in-a-bowl.
See recipe: White Bean Soup
Cost per serving: $1.38
This 5-star recipe is an all-time favorite because it is simple to prepare and has a rich smoky flavor with addition of bacon. Easily adapt the recipe to be lower in fat by using whole milk instead of the half-and-half and swap in turkey bacon instead of regular.
See recipe: Creamy Corn Chowder
Cost per serving: $1.81
This recipe makes enough for leftovers, so you can savor the satisfying stew for lunch the next day.
See recipe: Chicken and Dumplings
Cost per serving: $1.05
Store any leftover soup in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 3 months. Defrost it overnight in the fridge.
See recipe: Split Pea Soup with Cheddar Toasts
Cost per serving: $2.15
This hearty soup from ALL YOU reader Rachel Carver is perfect for cold days, but doesn't pack on all of the fat and calories that creamier recipes do.
See recipe: Turkey Soup with Rice