10 delicious soups that you can freeze and heat on request


Homemade soup makes the cold winter weather always a bit more bearable. Whether you like a simple chicken noodle soup or more alternative flavor combinations, the warm, nutritious dish radiates this time of the year. However, you do not have to dine every evening to enjoy homemade soup with cold strikes. Instead, you can make a few batches of your favorite recipes and freeze them in airtight containers to enjoy when you need them the most. Although not every soup will store well when it is frozen, there are quite a few that taste the second time just as well. . For example, any soup that contains a lot of dairy, potatoes, seafood or eggs does not remain in the freezer, because these ingredients probably change in texture or taste or become watery over time. On the other hand, soups with mainly ingredients such as beans, rice, broth and meat tend to do well in the freezer according to the Kitchn. We have now completed a few freeze soup recipes, from chicken tortilla soup to black bean soup – meant to be kept for later. This homemade tomato tomato soup recipe comes from the kitchen of Foodie Crush. The recipe is made with simple, healthy ingredients and leaves you with a tasteful, creamy dish that is perfect for lunch. It naturally requires ingredients such as Roma tomatoes, grated carrots, onion, vegetable stock, orzo pasta and fresh basil. All you have to do is roast the tomatoes in the oven before putting the rest of the ingredients together in a pan on the stove. Then you can use a blender to create a smooth texture. Add the orzo pasta and serve topped with Parmesan cheese and fresh basilThe only thing better than chicken tortilla soup is chicken tortilla soup which is ready to eat in just 20 minutes flat. This recipe from Chelsea's messy apron comes all together in one pot on the stove and you'll enjoy how easy it is to make. Simply fry onion and garlic in olive oil in a jar before adding enchilada sauce, diced tomatoes, chilli beans, black beans, corn and chicken broth. Then add some herbs and cheese before stirring in grated rotisserie chicken. Finish with fresh tortilla strips, avocado, lime juice or sour cream when you're ready to enjoy. MoreFor a solid dish that can be made in the slow cooker, you can use this recipe for chicken soup from Half Baked Harvest. It is made with chicken, vegetables and herbs for the ultimate cozy, comfortable food. It is not only easy to make, but it is also a freezing soup, so you can enjoy it now or later. Grab some chicken broth, onions, carrots, parsnips, celery, leeks, chicken breasts and herbs and start cooking.MoreA healthy meal that tastes good, this white bean vegetable soup checks all the boxes. From the kitchen of Hello Glow this dish is easy to make with almost all the vegetables that you have on hand. The recipe requires vegetables such as onion, carrots, leeks, white beans, pumpkin, and tomatoes, but you can replace them with whatever happens in your fridge. Just enjoy it or serve the soup over a rice bed or with a sandwich on the side. MoreThis gluten-free, vegetarian black bean soup from Joyful Healthy Eats can easily be made in the crock pot. Think of smokey, southwestern flavors in the form of a nutritious soup bowl. It is filled with black beans, vegetable stock, red onion, red pepper, chipotle pepper and tastier flavors. The best part is that you can simply throw all the ingredients into the crock pot and wait until the soup itself cooks. Six hours later you are ready to serve it with avocado, roasted red pepper, green onion and Greek yogurt or pop straight in the freezer. MoreIf you're a fan of curry, try this golden curry lentil soup with one pot from Minimalist Baker. Ready in just 30 minutes, the freezable soup recipe calls for fried garlic, shallots, ginger and serrano pepper. You also need carrots or other sturdy seasonal vegetables, as well as vegetable stock and coconut milk. Finally add the lentils and wait until they are soft – so you know that the soup is ready to eat. MorePut your leftovers in good use with this recipe from The Modern Proper for turkey soup with wild rice. If you notice that you have a good amount of remaining turkey meat, for example immediately after Thanksgiving, this soup will help you. It requires onions, celery, carrots, broth, wild rice and grated turkey. If you work with turkey that you have already cooked, this simple, healthy, free-flowing soup comes together in just 30 minutes. MoreIf you are looking for a tasteful, refined soup to add to your cooking repertoire, focus your attention on this coconut miso-butternut squash soup from Salt & Wind. It combines the rich flavors of pumpkin and yellow miso with ingredients such as coconut milk, ginger, quinoa and dried chili de arbol for a dish that is truly special. In addition to roasting the pumpkin in the oven and preparing the quinoa on the stove, the soup is all made in a pot with a heavy bottom. You can also mix the soup together in a blender or food processor to obtain the desired texture. MoreThis carrot, cumin and coriander soup with red lentils and dukkah is the perfect dinner to make at home when the weather is far from friendly. That is why it is referred to as stormy night soup on the food blog Stuck in the Kitchen. You need onion, celery, carrots, potatoes, red lentils, cream, stock and spices such as cumin, coriander, ginger and chili flakes. Throw all the ingredients in a pan over the heat and let the soup cook for yourself. After about 40 minutes you are ready to add a dollop of yogurt, a dash of honey and a sprinkling dukkah.MoreIt will not be better than a Whole30-approved recipe for healthy Italian bridal soup. This tasty creation comes from The Modern Proper and plays on the traditional Italian meal. Instead of making meatballs that are full of breadcrumbs, you make one filled with grated carrots, garlic, herbs and fennel. The recipe also changes orzo pasta for a few handfuls of cauliflower rice for a seriously healthy alternative. When combined in a pot with Italian kale and chicken broth, the ingredients create a nutritious comfort food to eat or freeze for later. Next: 13 delicious crockpot winter soups that offer you comfort in the cold. More