12 Delicious Homemade Soup Recipes

12 Delicious Homemade Soup Recipes

In honor of National Homemade Soup Day (February 4th), I shared a few of my favorite homemade soup recipes on the Hillbilly Housewife Facebook page. Social media being what it is, there’s a good chance you missed them. Which is why I decided to put together a quick blog post of these 12 delicious homemade […]

You don’t need much to make a big batch of black bean soup when you start with a pound of dry beans. This is one of those frugal recipes that is in almost constant rotation in our house. The end result is always delicious and filling. Don’t be intimidated if you’ve never made a batch […]

If you need to throw together a quick lunch or fix an easy weeknight supper there’s nothing better than this quick black bean soup recipe. By using canned black beans, the cooking time is greatly reduced. Compare this to fixing a black bean soup from dried beans like this recipe here. This is a hardy […]

There’s just something special about a good pot of homemade french onion soup with it’s complex mixture of deep flavors. I usually make a big pot of this delicious soup on New Year’s eve and we all enjoy it with a hunk of homemade bread after coming inside from watching the fireworks at midnight. There’s […]

To me, fall doesn’t start until I’ve made my first batch of this pumpkin soup recipe. Keep your PSL and give me a bowl of this soup any day of the week. You can use canned pumpkin for this or make your own pumpkin puree. Either way you end up with a delicious pot of […]

When it comes to making homemade soup, it doesn’t get much easier than this simple split pea soup recipe, or more frugal. The soup is made from dried peas with just a handful of ingredients. It comes together quickly and always tastes great. The end result is a filling soup that’s great for lunch or […]

Let’s talk about this homemade corn chowder recipe. It’s one of my favorite “made-from-scratch” soup recipes and for good reason. It’s frugal, it’s easy, and it comes together in a snap. Most importantly, the end result is a delicious soup that’s full of complex flavors. Serve it for lunch, or add a sandwich and call […]

Do you use sweetened condensed milk? I use it here and there for baking and every once in a while I have in my coffee. For years I bought the canned version. Then I figured out how simple it was to make at home. I have to warn you, it takes a little bit of […]

We’ve had quite the cold spell around here and I don’t know what it is about frosty days, but they make me crave a nice warm bowl of chili. I have a batch of my easy one-pot beef chili simmering away on the stove top right now. It’s simple enough to throw together on a […]

It all started around Thanksgiving. Each year I buy a half-gallon of buttermilk to make the biscuits and cornbread that go into my homemade cornbread dressing. The rest of the year I use regular milk in those recipes, but for Thanksgiving and Christmas I “splurge” on some buttermilk. It tastes richer I think and it’s […]

If I had to limit myself to only one electric pressure cooker dish, this instant pot steel cut oats recipe would be it. It’s by far my most prepared dish and a breakfast favorite around here throughout the week. It’s simple, inexpensive, and filling. Don’t let the length of directions intimidate you. Since this is […]

My daughter’s birthday is coming up and one of her favorite meals is bbq ribs with fries and coleslaw. With that in mind, I thought it was high time to rework and revisit this old recipe from way back when. Old-Fashioned BBQ Ribs From Scratch  1 cup ketchup 1 cup apple cider vinegar 1/2 cup […]

Is there anything better than the smell of a pot roast cooking on the stove on a cold winter day? I pulled this recipe out from the archives to make for our Sunday dinner. I thought you may want to share it with your loved ones as well. Give me this and some homemade biscuits […]

I’m sitting here this morning writing this blog post with a large cup of hot coffee in my hand and being very grateful that we have power after Hurricane Irma. We got lucky, but during last year’s hurricane Matthew, we were out for almost a week and being able to make coffee went a long […]

Since I started cutting out wheat and eating fewer carbs to lose weight, I had to come up with some new lunches and side dishes. Two of my favorites now that the weather is starting to warm up are cucumbers and cottage cheese. You may not thing of those two ingredients together, but they make […]

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