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Soup, Soup…. Sausage, Vegetable and Bean Soup

My neighbor that I just adore came over tonight

as I was finishing up this soup…she said it reminded her of a soup that her grandfather used to make and called Soup Soup. Since I had no idea what to call this soup, other than Sausage, Vegetable and Bean Soup, I thought Soup Soup sounded perfect! 😉

bowl of soup with sausage, beans, squash, and zucchini

I honestly threw together this soup not knowing how it was going to turn out. I had lots of veggies in the fridge and some chicken sausage that needed to be used. We are having some cold days here in FL – I know not even close to the cold most of you have been having – but cold for us. I am actually loving the change of weather, and loved making soup that I knew would actually warm me up.

bowl of soup with sausage, beans, squash, and zucchini

My little girl had two bowls of Soup Soup for dinner…and so did I. It was really tasty. Watch how much salt you add though…I felt the sausage and beans added a lot of salt to it so you don’t need to add too much extra.


bowl of soup with sausage, beans, squash, and zucchini


Soup, Soup…. Sausage, Vegetable and Bean Soup

  • Author: Aggie's Kitchen
  • Category: Chicken
  • Method: Stove


  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 4 links chicken sausage (I used Aidells Chicken and Apple sausage), chopped in quarters
  • 23 zucchinis, chopped into quarters
  • 23 yellow squash, chopped into quarters
  • 1 can light red kidney beans, with liquid
  • 1 can northern beans, with liquid
  • 1 box of organic chicken stock
  • 1/2 10 oz bag fresh leaf spinach


  1. Saute onion, garlic and sausage in 1 tsp olive oil over medium high heat, for about 5 minutes. Add zucchini and squash and continue to saute for about 5-8 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  2. Add both cans of beans with liquid, leaving 1/4 of the northern beans leftover in can. With spoon, mash beans into thick mixture. Add 1 TB of water to mashed bean mixture, swirl around, then add to soup pot. This will thicken up the soup a bit.
  3. Add chicken stock and bring soup to boil. Once soup reaches boil, add spinach and bring down to a simmer. Simmer for about 20-25 minutes.

bowl of soup with sausage, beans, squash, and zucchini

This soup definitely hit the spot! Hope everyone is staying warm!!


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19 comments on “Soup, Soup…. Sausage, Vegetable and Bean Soup”

  1. Soup soup hehe- sometimes the simplest of names are the best. Sounds and looks great! I can’t believe how cold is has been in Fl!

  2. It definitely would hit the spot here too. Funny, we had soup tonite too. Actually a few times this week. I will be posting soups next week:)

  3. Oh, you know how much I like soup. I would definitely like a bowl of soup soup! I love names like that. For not having a specific recipe, you sure came up with a winner. I’ve seen that sausage, but haven’t tried it. Do the apples make it really sweet? Love the bean/veggie combo here, too. YUM!

  4. I’ve had so much soup lately. Eventhough it’s not cold here, it’s still January – soup season for me! Looks tasty.

  5. A bowl of that would hit the spot right now, it’s 4 degrees out. 🙂

  6. Sounds nice and warming! It is -10 this morning here!

  7. This looks so warm and comfy. You did a fantastic job just throwing this together. Have a great weekend!

  8. What a delicious soup. I think I have all the ingredients – I may just make this for dinner tonight.

  9. Can I come over for some soup??? LOL

  10. That looks delicious! I didn’t know they had chicken sausage. Sounds great!

  11. Ok…you all are having some seriously cold weather!!! Please stay warm!!

    Blonde Duck – I just recently discovered chicken sausages at Costco. There are all different kinds! I’ve only seen them at a few of my smaller grocery stores.

  12. This soup looks so good.And perfect for the beautiful weather we are having. How cold is it down there in FL?
    Thanks for the heads up about the FFF. I had no idea!

  13. Mm, looks really good. I’d take your cold right now, because right now it is about 10 degrees but earlier today it was about -10. COLD.

  14. I’m in Fla.too and just posted a soup recipe the same day you did. Am sitting here in a sweater and socks. How quickly we get spoiled by our usual moderate temps. Enjoy your blog.

  15. I am loving soup right now! It is cold in Utah!

  16. This looks like a great soup for a cold day. I’ve been buying those sausages at Costco, we like them too!

  17. “Soup, Soup” I love it! One of my all-time favorite soups is made with sausage, diced tomatoes, black beans and cabbage (among other things) and I swear I could eat bowlfuls at a time! This version sounds equally delicious.

  18. First of all, I LOVE the name! Even better is that you created this using what you had in the fridge. I’m working on getting better at creating using what I have on hand. This looks so warm and delicious.

  19. Looks great! I made a sausage and white bean soup over the weekend that was amazing. Luckily, I divided it up into portions to freeze for lunches, otherwise I’d be likely to eat half of it in one sitting! 🙂