One of the best parts of going to the Olive Garden is enjoying one of the four main Olive Garden Soup Recipes. Soups are made fresh every day.
You can recreate the Olive Garden Soup Recipes at home. No matter if you like a vegetarian soup, a meat-filled soup, or a hearty sausage and potato soup you can enjoy these famous soups when you make them from scratch.
Four Types of Olive Garden Soup Recipes
- Chicken & Gnocchi – A creamy soup made with cooked chicken, potato gnocchi, and fresh spinach.
- Pasta e Fagioli – Beans, ground beef, pasta in a savory broth.
- Minestrone – Vegan lovers can enjoy fresh vegetables, beans and pasta in a light vegetable broth.
- Zuppa Toscana – this gluten free soup is made with spicy Italian sausage, fresh kale and russet potatoes in a creamy chicken broth.
Which soup is the best soup at the Olive Garden?
The folks at Chowhound ranked the Olive Garden Soups. I think it depends on what type of soup you personally enjoy the most. If you like a soup with a beef base, I would have to recommend the Pasta E Fagoili as it is a hearty soup that is packed full of beans, beef, and so much more, all in every single bite. Want a soup that is light the Minestrone this is the soup that I would choose.
The real difficult choice comes between the Chicken & Gnocchi soup and the Zuppa Toscana. Both are cream based soups. The Chicken & Gnocchi is a creamy based soup filled with chicken and soft tender gnocchi. While the Zuppa Toscana has Italian sausage, potatoes, and fresh potatoes. I would love to easily tell you which soup is best, but the choice is oh so difficult to make.
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