Laura and I always joke that we could actually start a pancake blog. We’ve created so many posts celebrating the many, many variations that are possible with our beloved breakfast dish. I would have thought pancakes would win in a most-posts contests. But now I think soup would kick pancake’s ass.
There’s something so satisfying about soup. And not just eating it. Making it. You feel like you’re doing good, you know? Yet soups are among the easiest recipes – get everything into a pot and let is simmer. Get some garnish together, a little grilled cheese chaser… you’re golden. Plus, they’re easiest meals to sneak some extra veggies into. Add some pureed carrot or spinach into the pot and who is the wiser?
Butternut Squash and Apple Soup. Make this soup when you want your house to smell amazing. Oh, and when you feel like a delicious, easy soup.
Chicken Noodle Soup. A classic for a reason. Why not make a batch to freeze for when you need a little Jewish penicillin?
Beans & Greens Soup. A hearty, meal of a soup, this is almost a stew. Or should we say Stoup? Anyway, it’s a delicious way to more greens into your kids. The little grilled cheese topper helps sell it!
Tomato Cheddar Soup. A delicious twist on an old-school favourite, it’s a soup and a sandwich in one!
Easy Mushroom Soup. A dead easy soup to make, this mushroom soup is earthy perfection on a chilly fall day.
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