8 hearty soups and stews to keep you warm all winter long

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From hearty chowders to twists on chicken noodle soup, these eight recipes from members of the TODAY Food Club are perfect for a chilly winter day.

Joanie Simon

Black-Eyed Pea Soup

Keep the good luck flowing all year long with Joanie Simon's Southern-inspired soup packed with black-eyed peas, collards and andouille sausage. She uses a pressure cooker to get all the ingredients soft and tender in under 30 minutes.

Kellie Hemmerly / The Suburban Soapbox

Italian Sausage Soup with White Beans and Spinach

Take pantry staples like white beans, chicken stock and pasta and turn them into a filling meal. Kellie of The Suburban Soapbox adds Italian sausage and grated Parmesan for an extra punch of flavor.

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Janette Fuschi / Culinary Ginger

Chicken Soup

Using her mom's recipe as inspiration, Janette of Culinary Ginger makes a hearty bowl that calls for shredded chicken, carrots, parsnips, celery and sweet potatoes.

Erin D.

Slow Cooker Chicken Quinoa Soup

Put your slow cooker to work with Erin's healthy spin on chicken noodle. Instead of pasta, she subs in protein-rich quinoa and simmers it with onions, carrots, celery and an assortment of herbs.

Alena / Rednailsgreenveggies

Butternut Squash and Kidney Bean Stew

Get this satisfying stew by Alena of Red Nails Green Veggies into your regular #MeatlessMonday rotation. The budget-friendly bowls are bulked up with beans, squash and kale that are bound to fill you up.

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Susan Bradley / LunaCafe

Northwest Creamy Manila Cream Chowder

Fresh Manila clams and smoked bacon are the key ingredients to Susan's wonderfully creamy chowder.

Chrissy B.

Veal Paprikash

A heaping teaspoon of paprika gives this satisfying Hungarian stew a rich, smoky aroma. It's filling enough as is, but Chrissy of The Hungary Buddha drops in orzo to make it a meal.

Danielle Shine / Cooking Reporter

Never-Get-Sick Garlic Soup

Danielle Shine uses white miso to deepen the flavor of this health-boosting soup. Instead of cream or milk, she adds arrowroot paste and coconut milk to give it the same luscious texture, minus the fatty calories.