Tortellini Soup

Who is excited for football this weekend? My hand is raised! I am a huge Chicago Bears fan and hoping they can pull off a BIG win against the “green” team:) Good food and football go hand in hand and this Tortellini Soup is perfect for game day.

Thanks to the The Well-Fed Newlyweds for sharing this soup recipe on the Tasty Kitchen. We love it! The soup is filling, pretty, and simple to make. Head over to The Pioneer Woman’sĀ Tasty Kitchen blog for step-by-step photos and the recipe. Make a big pot to eat while you watch football this weekend! GO BEARS!

Maria Lichty

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. Let me tell you this is the greatest recipe I have ever tasted, and so easy to make. I did add fresh basil and the pot is almost empty. So I will make more today. Thanks for recipe.

  2. whoop! I’m always excited for football (even though my pats are out šŸ™ ). Pasta makes soup even more fabulous. Enjoy the games

  3. GO BEARS!! I’ll think I’ll be adding this beautiful soup to the game-day menu! šŸ™‚ Miss you my beautiful friend!!

  4. A Bears fan in Utah? Whaoo! I live in northern Illinois and there has been nothing but talk of the game all week. I am surrounding by fans of both teams…but GO BEARS!!! Definitely will be making this soup for the game!

  5. I’ll admit that I’m a Packer fan through and through (born and raised in WI), but I don’t choose sides when it comes to soup. It’s all good! Might try making something like this with gluten-free noodles in lieu of tortellini…a hearty noodle vegetable soup is just the ticket in this weather! Have fun watching the game, no matter who wins. šŸ™‚

  6. I’m rooting for the Bears! Perfect and gorgeous soup for this chilly weekend. I hope you have a lovely weekend Maria:)

  7. What a pretty soup! But the real reason I’m here…well, I made your streusal topped pancakes for supper tonight. They were the best pancakes I’ve come across in a very long time! Wow…I could eat them all over again! Thanks for a great recipe…I can’t wait to make these for guests šŸ™‚
    love,
    cathy b.

  8. This soup looks so good! It is definately soup weather here in Marylnd!

    I am excited for football, too! Even though the Ravens are out, I can’t wait to settle in today and root for the two teams I hope will make it to the Super Bowl. One of the teams I am rooting for is the Bears! I heard that if they make it to the SB, President Obama will attend the game. He would be the first sitting President to ever attend the Super Bowl, which would be quite historic and very cool! Best of luck to the Bears today! šŸ™‚

  9. This soup might just be delicious enough to tempt me to watch football. šŸ˜€ It looks fantastic! I’m avoiding pasta on my diet, but I’m adding this to my list of Must Make Meals for when I reach my weight-loss goal. Thanks!

  10. Yum, tortellini is the best! The game was a big disappointment šŸ™ I was rooting for the Bears too after my Pats got knocked out. Next year maybe…

  11. This soup sounds wonderful. I’m a big bears fan too and couldn’t be more disappointed in how they played yesterday. What a mess. Raised in IL I am a diehard Bears fan (even though I live in Packer country), but what an awful display that was!

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