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It's winter and we need help to make it through the week. We need something to keep us from just getting in bed at 6:00. Or wait...do we? Because that sounds really good right now. No, we have to be people this winter and make dinner. It's almost over, winter is almost over. We are going to be okay. We will be more okay though if we make these 4 cozy winter soups to get you through the week.
Instant Pot Tortellini Soup
Especially easy, and cozy winter soups friendly, is this amazing tomato-ey Instant Pot Creamy Tortellini Soup. It is here for you on busy nights, and warms you up in the coldest winter weather. Everything is thrown into the Instant Pot and set for 8 minutes. This is an 8 minute dinner and you need it right now!
Instant Pot Panera 10 Vegetable Soup
My favorite soup that ever walked the face of the earth. This Instant Pot Panera 10 Vegetable soup is fast and flavorful, with all the vegetables and chewy little pearled barley. This is a healthy Vegan soup that all of us need to eat tonight. I promise this soup will keep you warm when the wind is howling outside, or wait...is it the kids howling? In any case, quiet everyone down with this cozy winter soup.
Double Roasted Red Pepper Soup
This double roasted red pepper soup is packed with flavor and comes together on stove top quickly. I love to offer "mix-ins" like chicken, beans, cheese, croutons, and the best curried couscous. Everyone feels like they are getting a customized soup, exactly the way they like it...and hi....that's all the kids want, to make a decision about what's in their dinner. Win. Win. Won.
Instant Pot Venison Stew
This is so good. Let me just say from the start, you can use beef. Beef stew meat works exactly the same as venison stew meat. So this can easily be an Instant Pot Beef Stew. You probably have all of this in your refrigerator, onions, carrots, celery, and potatoes. Throw it all in, and everyone is eating in 20 minutes. That gives you lots of time to bury yourself under the blankets and turn on The Bachelor.