It’s getting colder and that means it’s a great time to start cooking up some warming meals like these easy crockpot soup recipes.

You can’t make great ​​slow cooker soup recipes without a slow cooker. Stores like JCPenney and Kohl’s offer nice deals on slow cookers, especially when you stack a mail-in rebate with a store coupon and sale price. Look for stellar deals on brands like Cooks at JCP during Black Friday and the holidays — you can get a slow cooker for as low as $8 with a mail-in rebate!

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1. Best Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

Via Family Fresh Meals

There’s something so comforting about a warm bowl of chicken noodle soup. I think I just discovered one of the easiest— and most delicious — chicken noodle slow cooker soup recipes ever! The best part is the recipe is less than 10 ingredients, and I bet you have at least half already in your pantry.

Get the recipe here.

 

2. Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup

Via Gimme Some Oven

If a soup was a love language, mine would be Chicken Enchilada Soup. This soup was so flavorful, I still find it hard to believe that it only takes 10 minutes to prep. The recipe calls for canned enchilada sauce but if you’re feeling fancy, you can make it homemade. If you give yourself a little extra time, you can even make it with frozen chicken.

Get the recipe here.

 

3. Crockpot Bean Soup with Sausage and Spinach

Via Damn Delicious

Marrying meat and beans was the best idea someone could come up with. Throw in some spinach to make you feel better about getting those daily veggies in and you have a tasty bean, sausage, and spinach soup. Cook the sausage beforehand and throw all the other ingredients in your crockpot for a hearty, flavorful meal eight hours later.

Get the recipe here.

 

4. Slow Cooker Skinny Tomato Basil Parmesan Soup

Via 365 Days of Slow Cooking

Healthy doesn’t have to be boring. This is so rich, you won’t believe it’s low fat! One cup of soup is only 150 calories. My husband has this thing where he can’t eat a meal without meat, so I like to add some shredded chicken into it for his bowl.

Get the recipe here.

 

5. Slow Cooker Broccoli Cheese Soup

Via Creme de la Crumb

Move over Panera…I’m making my broccoli cheddar soup at home! Cream cheese does wonders for soups like this. And although it adds a bit more calories, it’s totally worth it. Be sure to melt your cream cheese before putting it into your slow cooker so it mixes well with all the other ingredients. No one wants chunky cream cheese soup. Depending on how creamy you want your soup to be will determine what type of milk you’ll use. Want it thick and creamy? Use heavy cream.

Get the recipe here.

 

 

6. Slow Cooker Guinness Stew

Via Simply Recipes

This is one dish the adults in your family will love. It’s meaty and made with beer! Make sure you make it with Guinness extra stout and not draught. If you’re not a fan of Guinness beer, try red wine for a flavorful, hearty stew perfect for cold winter days. This recipe does require browning the meat in a pan first.

Get the recipe here.

 

7. Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

Via Cooking Classy

If you love southwestern flavors as much as I do, double the amount of seasoning for extra deliciousness. I think what makes this one great is how you can transform it depending on your toppings. I love putting avocados and crushed tortilla chips on top.

Get the recipe here.

 

8. Crockpot Soup Recipe for Split Pea Soup

Via From Valerie’s Kitchen

I don’t know about you, but in my family we always looked forward to the leftover ham bone from Christmas or Easter dinner. My mom would make split pea soup! These days, I do the same — except I do it in my slow cooker, thanks to this recipe!

There’s some prep work with the split peas, but other than that, it’s smooth sailing to a bowl of split pea soup. You don’t even have to trim and clean up your ham bone!

Get the recipe here.

 

9. Crockpot Classic Beef & Tomato Macaroni Soup

Via The Kitchen Magpie

I feel like every soup recipe includes celery. I can’t get my middle son to eat celery even if I bribe him. So this recipe is finally one that the whole family will eat — and request for dinner often. It’s classic and comforting. In a hurry? The recipe even has an Instant Pot option available.

Get the recipe here.

 

10. Crockpot Butternut Squash, Chicken, and Quinoa Soup

Via Chelsea’s Messy Apron

As soon as October comes around, I start to become obsessed with butternut squash. This crockpot soup recipe definitely hits the spot — and it’s healthy, which makes it even more appealing. Want a little kick? I put a can of Rotel in the place of diced tomatoes when I’m feeling spicy.

Get the recipe here.

 

 

11. Chicken Wild Rice Crockpot Soup Recipe

Via Pinch of Yum

If cozy could be a flavor, this is it! There are so many crockpot soup recipes to choose from — if you’re going to add one to the lineup, it’s this one. I have made the soup using non-dairy milk and plant-based butter, and it has turned out great! The recipe calls for poultry seasoning. If you don’t have that, just mix equal parts of dried thyme, rosemary, and parsley.

Get the recipe here.

 

12. Slow Cooker Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Via Cafe Johnsonia

This list of crockpot soup recipes wouldn’t be complete without a pumpkin recipe — it is pumpkin season after all! This recipe has graced my Crock-Pot twice since I discovered it a week and a half ago…it’s just that good! The recipe does call for unsweetened coconut, so be sure to grab that at the store. That’s one ingredient I typically don’t have on hand.

Get the recipe here.

 

How to Save on Crockpot Soup Recipes Ingredients

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  • Buy cuts of meat in bulk when they’re on sale. Re-package your family-sized purchases of meat into smaller portions within 24 hours then freeze using the Ziploc and Hefty freezer bags you bought with coupons!
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