4 One-Pot Soups, Because Who Has Time to Do the Dishes?

After a long day of work, the last thing you want to do is cook dinner and wash a pile of dishes. Instead of calling in a takeout order, try simplifying the cooking process with one-pot meal recipes that will definitely cut down on time scrubbing pots and pans, and possibly also create leftovers that can last all week.

Check out four of our favorite one-pot soup recipes — including easy Creamy Tomato Soup (pictured above) — to start getting warm and cozy for fall. You don’t have to wait until September 22 to enjoy a comforting bowl.

French Onion Soup

Kelsey Nixon makes her own croutons to top oversized ramekins of French onion soup, but you can use store-bought in a pinch.

Lentil Soup

Lentils are hearty and heart-healthy and will keep you full all day. The most-time-consuming part of Alton Brown’s recipe is letting the flavors simmer together for 40 minutes.

Rustic Fall Vegetable Soup

Chop and drop a myriad of vegetables into your soup — and clean out your crisper drawer at the same time! Orzo cooks up quickly in the rosemary-and-thyme-spiced tomato broth.

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More Soup Recipes from Our Friends:
The Lemon Bowl: Slow Cooker Chicken Pho
A Mind “Full” Mom: Healing Chicken Soup
In Jennie’s Kitchen: Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Coconut & Lime
Foodtastic Mom: Slow-Cooker Squash Soup
Hey Grill Hey: Smoke Roasted Tomato Soup with Basil Cream
Elephants and the Coconut Trees: Sweet Corn Soup
Creative Culinary: Roasted Poblano Pepper and Corn Soup
Healthy Eats: How to Transform Summer Tomatoes into Comforting Fall Soups
The Mom 100: Thai Chicken Noodle Soup
The Fed Up Foodie: Mom’s Chicken Gumbo Soup
The Wimpy Vegetarian: Italian Chickpea Stew with Swiss Chard
Taste with the Eyes: Michel Richard’s Asian Bistro Soup with Shrimp
FN Dish: The Very First Soup Recipes You Should Be Making This Fall

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