Isn’t soup a splendid thing? Easy to make, relatively cheap, and a great way of sneaking the veg in. We are big fans of soup here at Mykidstime – here are 16 Splendid Soup Recipes that the Kids will Love Too.
This delicious warming Chicken Noodle Soup comes in at just under €5 and is sure to be loved by all the family.
Ideal for using up chicken leftovers or for a mid week supper.
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#2. Creamy Cauliflower Soup
This creamy cauliflower soup is designed for babies and younger kids but it is just as nice for adults with the addition of some roasted cauliflower “crisps” for texture.
Because of the way it is prepared it remains creamy yet vegan.
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#3. Roasted Creamy Squash and Pancetta soup
This squash soup recipe is Roasted Squash and Pancetta soup and comes courtesy of Donal Skehan, TV chef and food writer. Donal tells us that he “really loves the combination of roasted squash and pancetta and regularly use it to make a rich risotto.
You could also add a bulb of garlic with its top chopped off in with the squash as it roasts, and then squeeze out the soft and mellow cloves to add to the soup.
#4. Chicken Broth Soup
This chicken broth soup recipe is gluten, dairy and virtually low fat along with being low GI. This broth is also made with vegetables from the garden along with being low salt.
It is an easy chicken soup because you can prepare all the vegetables in advance, chill them, then warm at the last minute in stock.
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#5. Cauliflower Cheese Soup
This recipe for Cauliflower Cheese Soup is adapted from Tender: Vol. I, A Cook and His Vegetable Patch by Nigel Slater.
We like to serve this with a quick and easy Irish beer bread.
This Tomato Basil Soup Recipe comes from Clodagh McKenna.
It’s incredibly easy to make and a great recipe to showcase your own fresh tomatoes and basil if you have been growing them yourself.
Kristin from Dinnerdujour.org shares her homemade chicken noodle soup recipe: Most chicken noodle soups use wide egg noodles, but I like to use macaroni because it’s easier to scoop up with a spoon, especially for children.
If you’re not feeling the best to begin with, you want the act of eating your soup to be as undemanding as possible.
Everyone has a few recipes in their repertoire that they can turn to if they want something fast or cheap. This recipe for roasted garlic and pea soup is both.
The only reason the soup can’t be called a 30-minute meal is because the garlic takes an hour to roast, but if you do that the night before you want to make the soup, then you can have this soup on the table in about 20 minutes.
This potato leek soup recipe called Roasted Potato Leek Soup is adapted from Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics by Ina Garten. This is what potato leek soup wants to be when it grows up – roasting the veg and a splash of white wine make all the difference in this recipe.
Don’t worry if you can’t find rocket or want to leave it out to appeal to younger palates, the soup will still be good without it. If you want a lighter version, you could also leave out the crème fraiche.
This hearty White Bean and Bacon Chowder has a creamy texture and the salty bacon finishes it off nicely.
The longer the soup sits, the more the flavours will develop. Soak your beans overnight or buy tinned ones to save time.
This Chicken and Miso Noodle Soup is a great soup as it’s very healthy but also has lots of flavour. It’s equally good without the chicken for the vegetarians among you and I often substitute either rice noodles or udon noodles for the egg noodles.
It is perfect for a light mid-week dinner as it only takes about 15 minutes to prepare from start to finish.
This Pumpkin Soup is adapted from a recipe in “Seriously Spooky Fun” by Marion Haslam.
It is a great way of using up the leftover insides of your pumpkin once you have had fun carving it up!
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This Pea & Mint Soup is one of my favourite soups as it’s so quick to make and I always have a bag of peas in the freezer so it doesn’t require a trip to the shop.
Ideal for flasks, for children going to school or adults going to work.
#14. Carrot Apple & Ginger Soup
This carrot, apple and ginger soup is very suitable for spoonfeeding your baby.It’s just as delicious for the entire family!
This soup feeds 4 adults, you can freeze portions easily once it has cooled to room temperature.
#15. Ham Soup with Dumplings
This Ham Soup with Dumplings is a great one-pot meal. You could even freeze the cooking water from boiling a ham and reheat it to make the soup at a later date.
It uses soup mix, a dried mixture of pulses that you can buy in your supermarket. Very handy for bulking up a soup or stew and adding fibre to your diet.
#16. Jamie Oliver’s Autumn Minestrone Soup
Jamie’ Oliver’s early autumn minestrone soup (Minestrone d’inizio autunno) with smoky bacon, beans and seasonal veggies is a nice hearty soup for colder weather.
This comforting and filling soup is perfect for using up end-of-season veggies. Serve with a hunk of parmesan and a grater so everyone can help themselves to parmesan on top.
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Have you got a winning soup recipe that the whole family loves? Tell us about it in the comments below.