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This light and satisfying soup offers hearty winter vegetables, such as mushrooms, carrots, celery, and napa cabbage.
Feta cheese and mushrooms put a fresh spin on this traditional soup.
Easy-to-make feta croutons and fresh thyme leaves top this veggie-filled soup.
Chocolate-flavored syrup adds an intriguing undertone to this Cajun-accented chili. Keep it healthy by using fat-free or reduced-fat sour cream and cheddar cheese for your topper.
Turn a proven combination -- apples and cheese -- into this creamy soup. Chunks of potatoes add heartiness. Garnish the soup with slices of Granny Smith apples for tart flavor; Pacific Queen apples are a sweeter alternative.
As an alternative to traditional green bean casserole, try this rich, creamy soup starring haricots verts (tiny, tender green beans). If you can't find them, regular-size green beans will work just as well.
With pantry-ready ingredients such as packaged tortellini and canned tomato soup, this recipe takes just 15 minutes to make, start to finish.
This pretty soup is quick and easy to make with only 6 ingredients. It's ready and on the table in 30 minutes.
You can whip up this festive starter in only 15 minutes using canned pumpkin and cannelloni beans.
This soup gets its beautiful green color from fresh spinach stirred in at the last minute. For extra protein, add lentils.
This indulgent soup is ideal for a dinner-party starter; roasted red peppers and snipped rosemary make a pretty (and tasty) topper.
This chunky soup makes a quick and easy weeknight dinner. It combines pantry-ready tomatoes -- canned, dried, and paste -- with onions, celery, and parsley. Serve it with a grilled cheese sandwich.
This mouthwatering starter transforms the fresh citrus and avocado flavors of guacamole into a sophisticated first course. Luckily, our recipe is as effortless as it is delicious.
Fresh basil brightens this spicy vegetarian soup -- and it's ready in just 30 minutes
Give traditional Italian soup south-of-the-border flavor by stirring in black beans, whole-kernel corn, salsa, and sour cream.
Even people who love meat will fully appreciate this Two-Bean Chili with Avocado.