Winter isn't just for cuffing season. These slow cooker soup recipes will keep you warm too, boo.


Of course, we use a slow cooker all-year round, but there's something about making soup in the winter that warms us up in a much-needed way. It's easy, it's convenient, and it doesn't hurt that these recipes are oh so tasty and juicy. And those leftovers are on point. If you've pulled out your slow cooker, you definitely need these soup recipes on deck this winter.

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

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There's nothing like the taste of traditional chicken noodle soup in the winter. This one is definitely good for the soul.

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