16 Healthy Slow-Cooker Soups, Chilis & Stews

Dec 7 2018


If you want to chill (as in "relax") but also want to have no chills (as in "not be cold"), you need this list of slow-cooker soups 'n more in your life. We’re counting down 16 of our favorites: brothy soups, stews, chilis, chowders, and more! Grab a ladle, and GET COOKIN’.

Simple Soups



Sometimes, you don't want any bells and whistles. You just want DELICIOUS veggies, broth, and maybe some chicken too. Here are a few super-popular variations!

Hearty Soups



Coincidentally, each of these recipes has a Southwest or south-of-the-border vibe. What can we say? Those flavors just WORK in soup form...

Satisfying Stews



Stew is basically soup that eats like a meal, and these recipes DELIVER. Hope you’re hungry!

Chunky Chilis



The saucy and sassy sister of stew, chili is a cold-weather essential. (Just like a really big scarf, or a hat that's way more warm than it is flattering.) Whether you like yours chock full of veggies or omnivorously delicious, we’ve got you covered.

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