Take the chill off with a warming bowl of soup that's chock-full of veggies, meat, chicken, potatoes, or rice. When a recipe calls for a canned broth, be sure to read the labels to make sure that the broth you use is gluten-free.
Broccoli-Cheese SoupTraditional broccoli-cheese soup has nearly 400 calories and more than 18g saturated fat per serving. Ours has less than half the calories and one-fourth of the saturated fat.
Sausage, Cannellini, and Tomato RagoutWe speed up this traditionally slow-cooked stew by swapping out pork shoulder for spiced sausage and deglazing the pan with red wine for added depth and richness. You can also use hot turkey Italian sausage or lean ground sirloin.
Carrot Soup with Brown Butter, Pecans, and YogurtThis soup brings out the natural sweetness of the carrots.
Green Tomato Soup with Lump CrabmeatMake this vibrant, peppery soup and easy crab salad up to a day ahead, and then stash them in the fridge to chill.
Pork, Bean, and Escarole SoupTry this hearty pork and bean soup for dinner tonight. Escarole is less bitter than other members of the endive family, with leaves similar to kale or chard, which you can sub here.
Red Pepper, Corn, and Black Bean ChowderSavor this Mexican-inspired chowder made with corn, black beans, red pepper, and onion. Top with a spoonful of sour cream or 2% Greek yogurt, a sprinkle of cilantro, and one lime wedge.
Chilled Avocado and Yogurt Soup
This fresh Greek-inspired soup comes together in minutes. Buttermilk gives it a soupy consistency without changing the yogurt's flavor.
Sweet Pea Soup with Yogurt and Pine Nuts
We love this dish at room temp, though Chittum serves his version chilled. Frozen green peas can also work: Thaw first in cold water.
Golden Beet Soup with Toasted Grains
Toasted amaranth adds a nutty flavor that's truly delicious; sesame seeds make a good substitute.
Sausage, Eggplant and Pepper Stew
Sausage, Eggplant and Pepper Stew requires only minutes of hands-on prep work. After that, simply turn on the slow-cooker, and a delicious meal awaits when you return.
Baked Potato and Bacon SoupYour kids will love eating gluten free when you introduce them to this recipe. This warm and comforting potato and bacon soup is a delicious choice for a crisp fall evening.
Sweet Corn Soup with CrabThis soup is full of delectably sweet fresh corn and savory pieces of crabmeat.
Smoky Farro and Chickpea SoupThis hearty one-pot meal couldn't be easier, and it makes for simple cleanup. Look for pouches of precooked farro either on the grain aisle or in the frozen food section of your supermarket.
Winter Squash Stew with Cilantro-Avocado Salsa
Winter greens would also make a lovely addition to this hearty stew; simply toss a few handfuls in when the squash is almost tender, and stir until greens begin to wilt.
Quick Chicken Noodle SoupEnjoy a bowl of the ultimate comfort food featuring tender vegetables, shredded chicken and gluten-free fusilli.
Carrot Soup with Parmesan Crisps
Cheese crisps are the perfect topper for this sweet carrot soup.
Swiss Chard and White Bean Soup with Poached Eggs
This hearty vegetable soup will warm you up from the inside out. Save time by prepping the eggs a day ahead: poach for 2 minutes instead of 3, strain, and refrigerate in cold water. Simmer gently for 1 minute just before serving.
Cabbage Soup with Andouille Sausage
Smoky andouille gives this hearty and comforting soup a wealth of deep flavor, while chopped coleslaw mix allows it to come together in a flash.
Gazpacho with Lemon-Garlic ShrimpThis top-rated soup is perfect for a hot summer's day. Full of fresh tomato flavor, this gazpacho gets a protein boost from juicy sweet shrimp.
Ancho Pork and Hominy StewThis hearty stew is filled with tender chunks of pork tenderloin and canned hominy and gets it rich, smoky flavor from the ancho chile powder, cumin, and smoked paprika. Make sure you use a canned chicken broth that’s gluten free.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Shallot SoupThis creamy, comforting soup is brimming with autumnal flavors and only requires a handful of ingredients to prepare.
Fisherman's Seafood StewThis fast-cooking stew is brimming with fish and mussels. Serve with a gluten-free French bread baguette to soak up the broth.
Black Bean SoupThis economical soup starts with a bag of dried black beans that are simmered in a mixture of tomato paste, garlic and onion. After the beans are cooked, blend the mixture to make it creamy. Top with crema Mexicana, chopped egg and cilantro.
Tangy Tomato-Basil SoupThe addition of buttermilk and Greek yogurt lends pleasant tang to fresh tomato soup. Use the ripest, sweetest summer tomatoes you can get your hands on for this recipe.
Beef StewServe this Mediterranean-inspired stew with mashed potatoes. If everyone in your family eats dinner at different times, keep the stew warm for hours in a Dutch oven or slow cooker.
Corn Chowder with ShrimpMake creamy corn chowder a total meal with the addition of shrimp, bell pepper, and carrot. Be sure to check the label of the can of chicken broth to make sure it does not contain gluten.
PosoleThis easy pork-and-hominy stew has only 5 ingredients and features fiery flavor from Mexican-style canned tomatoes and chipotle seasoning blend. Serve with gluten-free tortillas.
Chunky Tomato-Fruit GazpachoThe mangoes, melons, and nectarines, along with crunchy cucumber, give this chilled soup a sweet spin.
Black Bean-Tomato Soup with Cilantro-Lime CreamOnline reviewers rave about this spicy soup featuring canned black beans and tomatoes. The aromatic flavors come from bacon, chipotle chili powder, cumin, cilantro and lime juice.
Easy Elk ChiliTo update the chili section on your recipe file, try a wild-game version. A cup of dry red wine and a few spices, including chipotle chile powder, add rich, bright flavor to the pot. You can also make it with lean ground beef, if you prefer.
Berry-Balsamic Tomato SoupBerries and balsamic are a great pairing, a fact made evident by this dreamy tomato soup. Compared to regular balsamic, white balsamic vinegar has a slightly more acidic flavor, which is balanced by the sweetness of the strawberries.
Curried Lamb-and-Lentil StewIndulge in a hearty winter stew packed with the flavors of cumin, curry powder, and ground red pepper. Lentils, legumes often served as meat substitutes in side dishes, salads, soups, and stews, bring great texture to the meaty lamb dish. If you prefer, try the recipe with beef tips.
Christine’s Vegetarian ChiliGluten- free and meat-free, this hearty chili is full of corn, beans, onion, and bell pepper and is ready in about 25 minutes. The recipe does call for Worcestershire sauce, so be sure to use a brand that does not contain gluten.
Warm-Spiced Butternut Squash SoupEarthy, fragrant spices like allspice, cloves, and cinnamon make wonderful accents for the natural sweetness of butternut squash. Make sure to simmer the squash until very tender--the softer it gets, the silkier the puree.
Middle Eastern Tomato SoupCilantro, ground cumin, and a little bit of hummus add Middle Eastern flair to this creamy tomato soup.
Egg, Lemon, and Rice SoupThis classic Greek soup, traditionally known as Avgolemono Soupa, calls for only four ingredients (in addition to salt and pepper) and delivers smooth, creamy flavor.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Shallot SoupSpicy fresh ginger complements the sweet roasted winter squash and shallots in this easy recipe.
Smoked Turkey-Lentil SoupThrow smoked turkey, dried lentils, and a handful of other ingredients into the slow cooker in the morning, and you'll come home to a hearty and comforting meal in the evening.
Tomato-Melon SoupHoneydew melon and mint are surprisingly tasty additions to this refreshing summer soup. Serve chilled or at room temperature, topped with diced melon and fresh mint leaves.
Cioppino-Style Seafood StewInspired by the famed San Francisco meal-in-a-bowl, this hearty seafood stew features mussles, scallops, and shrimp cooked in a rich tomato broth. Serve with Parmesan toasts that you make using a gluten-free baguette.
Baked Potato-and-Bacon SoupThis classic soup has everything you would expect from a loaded baked potato, only you'll have to eat it with a spoon. Leaving the skins on the potatoes adds great earthy flavor, and the add-your-own garnishes of parsley, bacon, green onions, and cheese make it a fun family meal.