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Organize Your Pantry Just in Time for Soup Season

Written by: Katherine Flacco



Time to read 3 min

As we get ready to enjoy more indoor hangouts and family gatherings, optimize your pantry this fall with hardworking organizers that simplify your life by brining much-needed functionality and style to your kitchen space.

As the temperature begins to drop and the leaves begin to change, it’s that time of year when we are lucky enough to embrace the stunning autumnal scenery and welcome the fall season. There’s something about the crisp, cool fall air that makes us want to turn our home into a cozy and homey retreat and enjoy more indoor hangouts and more time spent at home eating delicious comfort food. This change of season is also the perfect time to refresh your home—or more specifically-- your pantry.

A feeling of togetherness is an important part of getting into a fall state of mind, and we can't think of a better way to get everyone to come together than with a delicious meal like warm, homemade soup on a chilly day. As we begin to stock up on all the makings needed to encompass the feeling of cozy contentment, think of pantry staples like soup, canned goods, and pasta, now may be the best time to give your pantry an organizational overhaul.

Set yourself up for organizing success with hardworking organizers and woven baskets that will bring function and style to your pantry storage solutions. Embrace the hygge season and shop our favorite pantry organizers, and if you're looking to serve up plenty of cozy this season, gather your family and try our fall-favorite butternut squash soup. This recipe card favorite is just what you need to bring that restful, autumnal feeling indoors.

Baskets for the Pantry

Organize everything from seasonally appropriate fall ingredients to often-needed pantry essentials with woven baskets that keep contents front and center and within easy reach.

Tea Organizer

No matter how extensive your tea collection is, this attractive pattern promotes effortless organization by keeping tea bags separated and organized in proportioned compartments. This counter-worthy design looks great on display for everyone to see or tucked away inside your pantry or cabinet. Tea aficionados rejoice!

Soup Organizers

Soup season is upon us, and it’s important to keep everything from beloved chicken noodle soup to tomato bisque visible and at the ready. Create more shelf space inside any pantry or cabinet by corralling cans with this handy organizer for optimal visibility. 

Spice Organizer

Create a more streamlined pantry with functional spice storage. This three-tiered shelf expands or condenses to suit your needs, while the raised design creates a better vantage point so spices are quick to grab when you’re in the middle of cooking or baking. 

Cookware Organizers

This storage gem optimizes shelf space and keeps everything from muffin pans to baking sheets organized, turning your pantry into an organized oasis.


Create a cohesive and more usable pantry space with waterproof labels that adhere to bins or canisters, providing quick and easy identification. Take the guesswork out of finding what you need with these beautifully simple cursive labels. 

Hanging Baskets

Spruce up your pantry door and bring that feeling of cozy fall flair into your space with this hanging basket set. Pantry organizing doesn’t have to be boring, and this hanging basket proves just that by instantly freshening up your surrounding kitchen décor.

Butternut Squash Family Soup Recipe


2 tablespoons butter

1 small onion, chopped

1 stalk celery, chopped

1 medium carrot, chopped

2 medium potatoes, cubed

1 medium butternut squash - peeled, seeded, and cubed

1 (32 fluid ounce) container chicken stock

salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
Optional: Tasso ham, diced apples, and olive oil to taste


Step 1

Gather all ingredients.


Step 2

Melt butter in a large pot over medium heat, and cook onion, celery, carrot, potatoes, and squash until lightly browned, about 5 minutes. Pour in enough chicken stock to cover vegetables.


Step 3

Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat to low, cover pot, and simmer until all vegetables are tender, about 40 minutes.


Step 4

Transfer soup to a blender and process until smooth. Return to the pot and mix in any remaining stock to reach desired consistency. Season with salt and pepper.

Step 5

Garnish with Tasso ham, diced apples, and a pinch of olive oil.


Step 6

Serve hot and enjoy!