Summer Soups

If you’re a soup lover like me you are bound to find a new summertime favorite in this list, if you aren’t sure your want soup in the summer I’m going to try to persuade you with some easy soup recipes. 

top 10 summer soups

What makes these soups perfect for summer

is that some are full of summer vegetables,

some have a great lemon flavor perfect for summertime,

and some are ready in minutes making them great for summer when you don’t want to heat up the kitchen too much so you can spend more time enjoying all that summer offers!

Soups are great at any time of year, with minimal ingredients you can be enjoying a delicious meal most likely in under 30 minutes.

Simmer up some of these homemade soup recipes and you’ll see SMILES all across the table!

easy summer soups ready in under 30 minutes


You’ll be BOWL-ed over by the delicious flavors in these soup recipes

easy summer soups ready in under 30 minutes

A bowl of soup will HANDS-DOWN make your day better, so comforting and tasty!

  • Chicken Pho tender poached chicken in this easily customized soup you’ll make again and again
  • Lemon Zucchini SoupThe delicious flavor of lemon and zucchini in this simple soup perfect for summer lunches
  • Asparagus Soup A deliciously creamy asparagus soup you’ll make often
  • Broccoli Cheddar Soup Puree it smooth for a Panera Bread Copycat Soup, or leave it as is for a chunkier type soup.
  • Black Bean Soup everyone LOVES this soup, it’s great with quesadillas and even no soup lovers LOVE this one.

egg drop soup recipe

Egg Drop soup, the soup with great flavor and MINIMAL ingredients, ready in minutes any time of day!

making homemade soup, tips, recipes, servings, storage

Look NO FURTHER for all my tips on making homemade soup right HERE!

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top summer soup recipes


  1. Hi Diane. I follow you and you delicious recipes. Looking forward to the soup recipes.

    I have a question. Do you know how to make puffed corn? I have a recipe but it fails to say whether to bake at a low or high temperature.
    Any info would be greatly appreciated.
    Enjoy your fun summer.
    Kathleen Lunsford,
    Mt Shasta, CA

    1. Hi Kathleen, I’m not sure what your recipe looks like. But I found this if you’re looking to add some flavor to packaged puffed corn
      and here is a caramel version One you bake, one you don’t. Maybe that’ll help. I’m not really sure if you mean: how do you actually make the puffed corn itself, that I have no idea about, but feel free to message me if you need anything.

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