Soups for the Fall: 45 Soups Made Easily in Your Crock Pot

With the chill in the air, it’s time to get cozy. Soups are a great way to keep warm and full of energy for this new season! This blog post is perfect if you’re looking for some fall soup recipes for the crock pot that will be easy on your wallet while still being delicious. Whether you’re working full time all day or a busy stay-at-home mom, these recipes are sure to hit the spot.

45 Fall Soup Recipes for the Crockpot @ AHomeToMake.com

It’s getting colder outside, and nothing is cozier than a hot bowl of soup. For those looking for an easy way to make soups that are perfect for the fall, look no further.

With school back in session, having a home-cooked meal ready to go in the crockpot as soon as you walk in the door… it’s life-changing if you haven’t tried it!

related: 50+ Cozy Soup Recipes You’ll Love to Try This Winter

45 of the Best Fall Soups for the Crock Pot

This is the perfect time of year to enjoy hearty, warm soups. And what better way to make these than in your crockpot? There are so many options for soup recipes that will be perfect for fall. Soups are quick and easy, but taste amazing and are always the perfect cozy meal. Here are some of our favorite, most delicious fall soup recipes for the crockpot to get you started:

My Favorite Crockpot Tools

FAQs about making dinner with a crock pot

What should you not put in a crockpot?

Here are my top three things not to put in a crockpot:

  1. Dairy. If your recipe calls for dairy to be added, be sure to follow the recipes instructions carefully.
  2. Cousous. Couscous is one of those dishes that cooks so quickly, you can make it right before you serve your meal.
  3. Rice. It’s best made on the stove top or in a rice cooker – or even your Instant Pot.

Is it OK to open a crockpot while cooking?

It’s best to avoid opening your crockpot while it is cooking, but if you must add more ingredients (such as water or broth), be sure that the lid doesn’t sit off of the cooker for too long and let all of the heat out.

Can I use a slow cooker liner in my crockpot?

Yes! If you want to make clean up even easier, you can use a slow cooker liner.

What do I need to be able to cook in my crockpot?

All you really need is your ingredients and your cooking vessel (the crockpot itself). However, if you want to brown meats or sauté vegetables prior, it’s recommended that you use either a traditional pan or skillet to do so (and then transfer into your crockpot).

Should you lock the lid on a crockpot while cooking?

No, do not lock or latch the lid on your crockpot while cooking.

What should I do with my slow cooker when I am done using it?

Once dinner has been cooked and eaten, be sure to wash out any leftover food from inside before putting it away. If you keep your crockpot where it’s easily accessible, you’ll be more likely to use it on a regular basis.


I hope you enjoyed the list of 45 fall soup recipes for your crockpot! This is a great way to warm up on those cool autumn days. If it’s not already in your repertoire, try making one this week and see if you like it as much as we do. Be sure to share this post with other soup lovers (and let us know what soup was your favorite)!

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