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4 One-Pot Soups, Because Who Has Time to Do the Dishes?

After a long day of work, the last thing you want to do is cook dinner and wash a pile of dishes. Instead of calling in a takeout order, try simplifying the cooking process with one-pot meal recipes that will definitely cut down on time scrubbing pots and pans, and possibly also create leftovers that can last all week.

Check out four of our favorite one-pot soup recipes — including easy Creamy Tomato Soup (pictured above) — to start getting warm and cozy for fall. You don’t have to wait until September 22 to enjoy a comforting bowl.

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Souper-Easy Lunch Recipes That Will Keep You Warm at Work

The weather has been a fickle mistress this winter, but now that temperatures are cooling down across the States, it’s time to think about ways to keep warm. Whether your office blasts the heat or you’re stuck shivering next to the window, warming yourself from the inside out with comforting soups and stews is never a bad idea.

Transport yourself to a warmer place instead of Elsa’s Frozen tundra with easy soup recipes like Chuck Hughes’ Creamy Tomato Soup, pictured above, which is just waiting for a grilled cheese dipper that you can crisp up quickly in the office toaster oven.

When You’re Fighting Off a Cold: Chicken Noodle Soup

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Beat the Wheat: Thai Curry Noodle Soup

AKA Soup-ual Healing

The Price Is Right. Gilligan’s Island reruns. A pile of blankets. Chicken noodle soup. These are the four things I want when I’m feeling under the weather, no matter what time of year it is. Whenever I was home sick from school, my mom always made chicken or beef noodle soup for me, and she let me eat in front of the TV. It was the best! In college and into my 20s, I resorted to the canned stuff whenever I had the sniffles and needed some culinary TLC.

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Meatless Monday: Rustic Fall Vegetable Soup

Meatless Monday is a global movement, a way of life. It’s not a campaign to turn everyone in the world vegetarian or vegan; in fact, many involved are meat-lovers. Eating less meat has been proven to reduce the risk of disease, curb obesity and has important environmental impacts, too. Will you join us in giving up meat, just for one day a week?

When it comes to homemade vs. store-bought, homemade is almost always better. The questions is whether it’s worth the time and effort. Peanut butter? Go ahead and buy a jar. (I myself have a soft spot for Skippy.) But if we’re talking soup, make your own. It tastes so much better than the sodium-packed stuff from the can.

Between the craziness at work and the crazies you have to feed, a complicated recipe is the last thing you want on a weekday night. Soup is simple. Add whatever veggies you like, pick a noodle or a grain (or don’t), throw in your favorite herbs and relax as it simmers away on the stove.

Kelsey’s Rustic Fall Vegetable Soup is cozy, comforting and hearty. There are no stressful steps or fancy ingredients, and the savory aroma that fills my little apartment is seriously therapeutic. Easy and delicious, it’s just what the doctor ordered for a Monday night.

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Meatless Monday: Creamy Corn and Vegetable Soup

Meatless Monday is a global movement, a way of life. It’s not a campaign to turn everyone in the world vegetarian or vegan; in fact, many involved are meat-lovers. Eating less meat has been proven to reduce the risk of disease, curb obesity and has important environmental impacts, too. Will you join us in giving up meat, just for one day a week?

It’s prime time to be eating corn right now. It’s crunchy, sweet and affordable — and I can’t get enough. Of course it’s great grilled straight off the cob, but it’s also really lovely in a creamy vegetable soup.

Don’t dismiss the thought of soup until fall. Loaded with zucchini, bell pepper, corn and fresh basil, this soup gets you all of the bright and fresh flavors of summer. Set the table outside and serve with crusty bread and a simple side salad for a relaxing and healthy August dinner.

Creamy Corn and Vegetable Soup

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Restorative Winter-Warming Soups and Stews

Did you know that January is actually National Soup Month? I’m just guessing, but perhaps there is some correlation between National Soup Month and the cold and flu season. Don’t underestimate the comforting and healing powers of a steaming broth, or how such a simple, hot meal can be so welcoming after rich holiday foods. The bitterly cold month of January is optimal for enjoying vegetable-laden, creamy-pureed or hearty meat soups.

Just pair your soup or stew with a light salad and good, crusty “mopping” bread for a warm, curative meal. This month cook your way through broths, bisques, ramen and ribollita, because they may just be the best medicines for a cold winter.

Here are 5 soups for inspiration:

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Sifted: Recipes to Meet Your New Year’s Resolutions Goals


Blueberry Cinnamon Rolls by The Baker Chick
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  1. Inspired to amp up traditional favorites during 2013? The Baker Chick’s recipe for blueberry cinnamon rolls is the perfect place to start.
  2. Overestimate how much champagne you could consume this New Year’s? Huffington Post gathered great recipe ideas to use up your extra bubbly.
  3. Stay true to your New Year’s resolution to eat healthy with Generation Foodie’s hearty white bean pesto soup.
  4. Running to the Kitchen’s roasted eggplant dip is a guilt-free snack that we’re totally digging.
  5. Brown butter makes everything better, including The Dinner Club’s recipe for chocolate chip ice cream.

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Sifted: A Scandalous Butter Comedy + Spooky Halloween Recipes

Jennifer Garner stars in new comedy Butter

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  1. Butter-sculpting is in fact a real competition at the Iowa State Fair, and Jennifer Garner’s newest comedy shows just how intense the dairy sport can be. Seriously, it’s a “3-D re-creation of DaVinci’s Last Supper” kind of extreme. – Tasting Table
  2. There are tons of beer recipes around the blogs right now and we’re totally okay with that. Ezra Pound Cake’s beer cheese soup is high on our to-do list.
  3. Bakers Royale puts an American twist on the classic French macaron by adding Snickers.
  4. This football Sunday, grab a beer and try Domestic Fits pizza stuffed pretzel rolls.
  5. Hungry Happenings shows you how to add a touch of Halloween whimsy to your appetizers. All it takes is food coloring, a spooky stamp and a delicious recipe.

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  • Get festive this October with our fun and frightful Halloween recipes.
  • Looking for more ways to sneak your favorite candy bars into dessert? Bake them into a brownie!

Fit-into-Your-Holiday-Party-Outfit Recipe: Nutty Sweet Potato Soup

Ellie Krieger's healthy and filling sweet potato soup will keep you warm this season.

It’s tough to transition in to a “normal” diet on the heels of Thanksgiving, and then to maintain control in December when tempted daily with holiday cookies, hot cocoa, figgy pudding, eggnog, latkes, gingerbread . . . whatever does you in. Don’t you wish you could savor rich casseroles and buttery cookies forever without the fear of wearing sweatpants to the office holiday party?

You could hold out for that Christmas miracle, or you could make a big pot of sweet potato soup, which is amazing for the following reasons:

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Pumpkin & Squash Recipe Central

Pumpkin and Squash Recipes on CookingChannelTV.com

Cooking Channel has a bunch of tasty pumpkin and squash recipes rolling onto your television in the next week and we wanted to share a few that you’ll probably want to watch…

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