5 Italian Soups To Warm You Up 5 Italian Soups To Warm You Up

5 Italian Soups To Warm You Up

Winter truly is the season of soup! Not only do soups fill you up and keep you warm, but they can also help you feel better when you're sick—what's not to love?! To help you stay cozy and full, we've put together a list of some of our favorite Italian soups! From Minestrone to Pasta Fagioli, these soups are packed full of flavor and when paired with fresh, warm bread, are perfect for the chilliest of days!  


Minestrone Soup


An Italian classic to keep you happy and warm on the coldest of days! Made with a hearty broth, and full of your favorite veggies, this recipe is both delicious and ultra-filling. Bonus: This Minestrone stores well, meaning your bowl of leftover soup will still taste amazing, even if it is a day or two later!  

Recipe for Minestrone Soup


Italian Wedding Soup

If you've never had Italian Wedding Soup, you're missing out! The term "wedding soup" comes from the Italian phrase "minestra maritata" or "married soup," which is a reference to the flavors produced by the "marriage"  or combination of greens and meat. We'll be the first to tell you, it certainly is a beautiful and delizioso "marriage"!  

Recipe for Italian Wedding Soup


Pasta Fagioli

Pasta Fagioli

Pasta, pancetta and parmigiano-reggiano...yes please! What we love most about Pasta Fagioli is that it's packed full of flavor. From the fat of the pancetta, to the hint of fresh herbs like rosemary, this Italian soup is definitely one worth making over, and over, and over again! 

Recipe for Pasta Fagioli


Creamy Tortellini and Tomato Soup

Rich, creamy, and beyond satisfying— this Creamy Tortellini and Tomato Soup is the ultimate Italian inspired comfort food. Imagine classic tomato soup, then elevate it! Made with Pasta Jay's Creamy Tomato Sauce, and packed full of veggies, sausage and Tortellini, we guarantee you'll never want that canned tomato soup, ever again. 

Recipe for Creamy Tortellini and Tomato Soup


Italian Sausage Soup

While this Italian Sausage Soup might look like other Italian soups (we can definitely see its resemblance to Pasta Fagioli or Minestrone), it has a beautiful and unique taste of its own. What really sets this soup apart from others is its use of beef broth, rather than chicken broth or vegetable broth. The beef broth truly compliments and brings out the rich, savory flavors of the Italian sausage, making for a hearty, warming meal! 

Recipe for Italian Sausage Soup



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