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    Made this one up myself, from a mix of different recipes. No need to wait for dry beans to soak. You get great homemade soup in about an hour!

    Recipe #47924

    From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes. I think this would freeze well too.

    Recipe #407572

    A flavorful, thick soup that is perfect with some crusty bread and a nice warm fire. My daughter, who is 1 1/2, gobbles this up! Tip: If you cook the squash beforehand, you can make the soup in about an hour.

    Recipe #153973

    When your recipe calls for a can of condensed soup, just make your own! This makes the equivalent of one can of condensed soup (10.5 ounces). Note the suggested variations that can be made to this recipe.

    Recipe #360192

    2 Reviews |  By Likkel

    Another version of this famous soup but, this one can never be accused of being bland! It is as full of flavor as the senate is full of...well, never mind! :-)

    Recipe #155429

    7 Reviews |  By *Asha*

    Wonderful weeknight supper from my favorite cooking magazine Cooking Light.

    Recipe #143970

    DO NOT BE FOOLED BY THE TITLE! Your kids, hubby, wifey, and everyone will eat it. I have made triple batches and could not keep it in the house. It's very smooth, and easily eaten by anyone with or without teeth. :) Fights have started over the leftovers.

    Recipe #104715

    A meal on its own!!! Tastes just like stuffed peppers without all the glamour. Truly easy and satisfying. Comfort food at its finest. Can easily be prepared in a crock pot...at step 3 just throw it in the crock on med for 7 hours . It freezes nicely too!

    Recipe #392180

    14 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    This is so easy to make. I've also used broccoli and am planning to try asparagus. I love this recipe-it's so quick!

    Recipe #110408

    An adapted receipe from Betty Crocker. Hearty, fullsome and delicious. My Husband devoured this in no time!

    Recipe #360273

    This isn't your average restaurant served tortilla soup; it has a very thick consistancy. I don't know where my mother got this recipe, but I DO know that I requested it every weekend when I came home from college. The toppings really make the most of this soup and having a hand blender is a *must* in my opinion, but I guess a blender or food processor could be used in batches.

    Recipe #381668

    3 Reviews |  By Nic

    The best thing about this soup, apart from the delicious taste, is that it's so easy and quick to make. Please serve it with the Cilantro Cream - it's like the icing on the cake! You can make this soup for a vegetarian, just leave out the bacon and use vegetable stock - this is how I make it for my husband and it's still delicious. This recipe has been adapted from a leaflet I found in a supermarket, promoting Sonoma dried tomato halves.

    Recipe #206388

    3 Reviews |  By Laura70

    Another recipe pulled from an old issue of Quick Cooking. This creamy, slightly spicy soup is unique because it uses flour tortillas cut into strips as noodles.

    Recipe #176105

    Vegetarian chili? From a cowboy museum? Yup! It's delicious, even better the next day; and a best seller at the Golden Spur Cafe at the museum. The recipe was published in the reader request column of the Los Angeles Times.

    Recipe #353487

    A totally vegetarian, healthy dish that is delicious and comforting. Loaded with fiber, low in fat and calories...healthy doesn't get much better than this! Serve with crusty Italian or French bread :)

    Recipe #31930

    7 Reviews |  By Tish

    Easy and fast to put together. It is really surprising with so few ingredients that this tastes so great! Posted in response to a request

    Recipe #23242

    I grew up with this recipe and now I make it for my family...my picky hubby and kids gobble it right up...and it can be made so quickly in the pressure cooker. To make an easy Beef soup, omit the potatoes, add more water and a few boullions and serve with egg noodles or rice.

    Recipe #190464

    This delicious version of an old favorite is full of tomato flavor and is sure to brin gback memories of home. If you have really good flavorful ripe tomatoes, use them in place of canned tomatoes. Otherwise, canned tomatoes offer the best flavor and consistency.

    Recipe #110107

    The weather is starting to cool off now and this is a easy chili recipe for the crock pot. This chili is very thick and rich. Makes a lot.

    Recipe #100291

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