If you are looking for some inspiration on what soup recipes you can make from your crockpot then you have come to the right place.
In this segment, we will look at the wide variety of soup recipes available to make at home using only your crockpot.
With 35 mouth-watering recipes covering vegan, vegetarian, and meat-filled soups, broths, and stews, there will be something for everyone. So, let’s take a look at the 35 best crockpot soup recipes available to try today!
This easy and delicious one-pot dish is jam-packed with protein-rich black beans, quinoa, and corn, and what’s more, can be prepped in under 10 minutes!
Using pantry staples, and a host of veggies from juicy tomatoes, to carrots, bell peppers, and onion, you can add as much or as little of your favorite vegetables as you like to make this dish your own.
This recipe is a perfect choice for batch cooking and freezing.
This easy recipe is a great way to use up any surplus tomatoes you may have around the house and is super quick to make too.
Simply mix with stock, garlic, onion, and carrot, to make a rich and warming classic soup. The addition of creme fraiche makes this soup lovely and creamy, and perfect for a fall evening.
This hearty soup uses up pantry staples to make a warm and spicy soup. You can add or omit the green chile peppers to create a fiery or milder soup to suit your taste.
This soup can also be blended for a smoother, creamier version.
This warming and creamy soup is the perfect base for a pasta dish, casserole, or as a super quick and easy soup on a winter’s day.
Combining cream, butter, vegetable broth, a touch of flour, and diced celery, this dish is both easy to make and equally delicious. This dish can very easily be made vegan by substituting the cream for coconut milk and using vegan butter instead.
This super tasty soup is made with lentils, garlic, carrots, celery, and tomatoes, to make a delicious soup on a budget that is equally good for your waistline.
This soup is super versatile and is the perfect side dish. Simply reduce the broth and add some curry powder for the perfect Indian-inspired side plate.
This protein-packed dish is full of Indian-inspired flavors and is both vegan and gluten-free. Full of aromatics such as garlic, onion, and a host of spices, the creamy tofu blends with the garbanzo beans to make a rich and hearty dish.
This dish is so easy to make, it is perfect for a quick and easy meal for a weeknight dinner.
This dish is also great as an accompaniment to fluffy white rice as a main course. Simply reduce the amount of broth used to make the sauce thicker.
If you’re looking for a super tasty, fuss-free soup, then this is a perfect choice. Low in calories, but packed with flavor, this soup is full of pantry staples and low-cost ingredients.
This soup also works perfectly with shredded chicken to make a non-vegetarian dish. Add sliced olives on top for an authentic Greek feel.
This fall soup is an awesome way to use up your Halloween pumpkin supply and will keep you full and satisfied for hours with its rich and nourishing consistency.
Mix your diced pumpkin with tart apples, onion, garlic, and all the herbs you can find to make a warm pumpkin soup perfect for a fall evening.
This warming and hearty soup uses vegetable stock instead of traditional beef to make a rich and delicious vegetarian soup. Add a splash of red wine for an even more luxurious taste.
Serve with cheesy bread for an indulgent and satisfying meal.
This soup is full of flavor and warmth. Combining rich mushrooms, with an array of herbs and seasoning, along with a splash of chardonnay to add depth.
The wild mushrooms create an element of the exotic in this delicious and comforting soup.
Bursting with flavor, this Moroccan-infused soup is bright and colorful, and jam-packed full of goodness. Sweet potatoes, lentils, carrots, and red peppers make up the bulk of this tasty vegan dish.
This soup is ideal for busy cooks as it can be prepped and on within 10 minutes.
This delicious soup is both vegetarian and vegan and is full of antioxidant fighting ingredients to make this a super healthy soup choice.
Butternut squash, kale, and white beans leave a thick and textured soup, perfect for a fulfilling and easy dinner.
This rich and comforting soup is perfect for an evening in front of the fireplace, served with a large crusty loaf for dipping.
Combining broccoli, cheddar cheese, Velveeta, and cream of celery soup, you will be left with a creamy, flavorful soup that will impress the whole family.
This beautiful soup is packed full of veggies, pearl barley, and toor dal, to make a wholesome and healthy crockpot soup. This recipe uses zero oil and is also a great choice for diabetics as it is low calorie and low sugar.
The use of barley and split peas make this soup a fulfilling and satisfying choice for a lunch or dinner option.
This golden, creamy, sweet soup is a sure-fire hit that can be rustled up in no time with minimal ingredients or fuss.
The combination of ginger, mixed with the sweetness of the cinnamon, and the brown sugar, make this a sweet, yet savory treat.
This hearty soup is not only easy to make but cheap too. It is also versatile as you can add any beans you have in the pantry, and store-bought pesto works just as well too.
This soup is a great choice for batch cooking and freezing for a ready-made go-to future meal.
This Italian-inspired soup is very fulfilling and will be a great addition to your weekly meal planner.
Combining tortellini with onion, carrots, vegetable broth, and tomatoes, this sweet and garlicky soup will have even the fussiest of eaters asking for more.
This soup is a great way to use up your surplus Thanksgiving or Christmas leftovers to make a hearty and healthy meal after the holiday indulgence.
You can also add any leftover veggies to make this meal even better. This soup will no doubt become your new holiday tradition to enjoy year on year.
This crockpot quinoa bean soup recipe is easy to make, packed full of protein, and super tasty. Substitute the ground beef for extra lentils to make this dish a vegetarian offering.
We love topping this soup with some sliced avocado, crushed tortilla chips, and a serving of sour cream.
This thick and creamy soup is the perfect all-in-one meal to serve with crusty bread or a leafy side salad.
The addition of evaporated milk, along with the chicken broth, garlic, and spinach, leaves you with a soup full of flavor and richness. You won’t regret giving this soup a go!
This super tasty soup has all the ingredients to make this a perfect family meal in a bowl. Ground beef, refried beans, chilis, and beef broth, make a thick and spicy soup, perfectly served with crushed chips and dips.
This delicious and fulfilling soup incorporates all of the staples from its main course counterpart and takes a new spin on this household favorite.
Super easy to make, and mouth-wateringly delicious, this will be a huge hit for all of the family!
Cooking pork chops to be tender and juicy and not dry and tasteless can be a real challenge. Fortunately, this super simple recipe will leave you with the most delicious pork chop soup every time.
This soup can easily be made into a super easy casserole base by reducing the amount of chicken broth used. Add mushrooms to make a rich and creamy sauce base.
This soup is quite simply delicious and will be a winter warming favorite for those cold, crisp nights.
This recipe comprises carrots, onion, and pearl barley mixed with a chuck roast. However, you can add in as many veggies as you like to make this into a jam-packed broth.
Serve with warm, crusty, bread for a delicious winter meal.
This wholesome soup has all the ingredients to make this everything you need from a meal to curb hunger and leave you feeling satisfied.
You can add as little or as much chili powder and paprika as you like to make this soup super spicy, or with just a hint of fire.
This rich and comforting soup will be a firm favorite with the whole family. It’s also super easy to make and can be vegetarian-friendly in no time by leaving out the bacon and substituting the chicken broth for a veggie version.
The heaviness of the potatoes blended with flour, bacon, and onion, make this a real hearty winter warmer.
This soup is a great way to use up your seasonal veggies to make a super tasty and fulfilling soup. Combining sausages, with cannellini beans, pasta, salted pork, and veggies, this soup is a really wholesome and tasty meal.
This soup will become a firm family favorite in no time. Mixing together household ingredients with ground beef, Velveeta, and staple pantry vegetables such as potatoes, onions, and carrots, this soup is very wholesome.
Serve with a seeded bun for an authentic cheeseburger experience.
This Italian-inspired soup transforms a classic favorite into a new dish. Using all the ingredients of a spaghetti and meatball recipe, with the addition of beef stock, this soup is hearty and wholesome.
Serve with garlic bread and parmesan cheese for an indulgent dinner.
This easy and delicious soup is versatile and wallet-friendly. This recipe combines ground beef with potatoes, onion, and cream of mushroom soup. However, this recipe will work equally well with lamb or chicken.
Alternatively, leave out the meat altogether for a beautiful and rich vegetable broth.
Serve with warm, crusty, bread for a delicious winter meal.
When it comes to a classic soup that will cheer you up, make you feel better when you’re unwell, or just be the reassurance you need that you’re going to have a good meal, then you really can’t go wrong with chicken soup!
This super easy-to-make soup requires minimal preparation time and can be thrown into the crockpot first thing in the morning and will be ready for dinner. Add noodles once cooked to make a chicken noodle soup.
This flavorsome soup is packed with fresh, colorful, ingredients and will be a firm favorite with all the household.
With minimal prep beforehand, this soup dish is a perfect choice for batch cooking and freezing to use upon another occasion.
This winter warmer is as versatile as it is delicious. You can use frozen hash browns, and bacon instead of ham, to make this soup rich and warming.
You can also use frozen instead of split peas, and any herbs or spices you have in your pantry to make this soup as spicy as you like.
This Italian-inspired classic soup uses a host of fresh herbs, mixed with smoked lardons, cannellini beans, and spaghetti to make a rich and hearty soup.
Top with grated parmesan cheese, and serve with warm, crusty bread for the ultimate warming meal.
This hearty broth will be a perfect choice for fall or winter nights thanks to its rich textures and flavors, and wholesome ingredients.
This classic combination of beef, vegetables, and seasoning, will leave you with a warming broth that the whole family will enjoy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Soup Better Cooked In A Crock Pot
Using your crockpot to make soup, broths, and stews will leave you with richer, more intensely flavorful soups. You will also be able to leave your soups to develop and cook without any fuss, meaning you can sit back and enjoy your day, and be rewarded with a large bowl of delicious soup.
So, as you can see, using your crockpot to make soups can be a super simple, and fuss-free way to make delicious soups from home with minimal effort. The only real challenge will be deciding which one of the recipes listed you should make first!