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Chicken and Gnocchi Soup

"This comforting chicken and dumpling soup is so'll warm you inside and out. Enjoy!"Submitted by LEDEX66

Chicken Enchilada Soup
Chicken Enchilada Soup

Shred the chicken after it cooks in the crockpot.Submitted by MULTIMOM

Steak Soup

Simple but tasty crock pot recipe.Submitted by MDKIMIST

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Loaded with flavor and vitamins, this soup is great year round but best in the fall and winter when it's cold out. Serve at any temperature. Submitted by EMI101908

Split pea soup with ham

Modified from Mark Bittman's Split Pea Soup recipe. Simple, rich, great stats, and absolutely delicious. Submitted by EMI101908

Cold Cantaloupe Soup

A delicious and delightful summer cooler, or appetizer. (I usually serve it in a cocktail glass.)Submitted by EARLARN

Curried Wild Rice, Squash and Tomato Soup

The rich, sweet flavour canned tomatoes enhance the taste of the vegetables and lots of garlic in this warming dish! An added nutrient boost from nutty wild rice and some zip from curry powder will have your tastebuds singing praises!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Beta to Omega Soup

Adapted from Edible Herbs by Charles W.G. Smith. Filled with tons of antioxidant-rich, hearty vegetables, black soybeans (insanely high in omega-3 and -6 as well as anthocyanins!) and flax-enriched pasta, its a tasty vegan way to keep your heart, skin, digestion and detoxification systems at peak condition while keeping a smile on your face!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Rich Roasted Veggie Stock
Rich Roasted Veggie Stock

A basic, yet intensely flavourful recipe that forms a delicious bottom note for any vegetarian (or not!) soups, stews or rice dishes you care to make with it. Comes from the Fresh at Home cookbook by Ruth Tal Brown and Jennifer Houston. Makes about 8 cups, each about 10 calories and no fat (the nutrition calculator does not take into account the fact that the vegetables are strained out).Submitted by JO_JO_BA

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