Super Soup Recipe Roundup

The snow hasn't been too bad this season – yet! Even so, with cooler temperatures, January is the perfect time to try out some new soup recipes that will keep your family warm from the inside out. To celebrate National Soup Month, break out the bowls!

Traditional Chicken Noodle

Nothing beats a classic chicken noodle soup to ward off colds. This recipe from Campbell's (yes, the folks who invented the "Mmm, Mmm Good" slogan) has three variations: You can keep it simple or give it an Asian, Mexican or Italian update.

Bacon Potato Chowder

Combine hearty bacon with diced potatoes to make this chowder that will have your kids asking for seconds.

Healthy Gumbo

From the health-minded Hungry Girl, this gumbo packs plenty of flavor – without all the fat.

Mexican Tortilla Soup

Hooked on Max & Erma's tortilla soup? There are several recipes on Food.com that say they've got the ingredient list down, including this one.

Hickory Blackened Tomato & Red Pepper Soup

Go gourmet with Chef Michael Metevia's recipe (of Slows Bar B Q fame) for this soup that will let you have a chance to get the grill out.

Paula Deen's Italian Chicken & Vegetable Soup

No butter in this recipe – but plenty of Italian flavor from the queen of Southern cooking.

Chinese Sweet and Sour Soup

This Asian-inspired recipe has a blend of tangy, spicy ingredients.

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