Go ahead and say it… soup is boring. I always get groans in my house when I mention “soup for dinner.” I wanted to turn soup night into something fun that both the kids and parents enjoyed!
I needed a meal time solution, where I didn’t have to sacrifice a ton of time. So we now have a soup bar night, it is such an easy meal and being a busy mom I needed an easy prep go-to-meal. Plus you can make homemade soup all day in the crock-pot with little to no effort, or for nights when you’re on the go, grab a can from the store! The base soup can be whatever you want it to be!
Next! The kids absolute favorite part, the toppings!
- Horizon Organic Cheese
- Turkey Bacon Bits
- Green Onions or Chives
- Horizon Cheddar Snack Crackers (always a kid favorite)
- Sunflower Seeds or Croutons
- French Fried Onions
- Ricotta Cheese or Sour Cream
The prep only takes 5 minutes!
1. Grab a container of Ricotta cheese and mix in 1/4 cup of Horizon Organic Whole Milk to give it a creamier texture.
2. Chop your chives or Green onions finely.
3. Display the rest of your toppings in bowls or on a tray for easy access and Viola! That’s it!
Little hands can grab what toppings they want and create their own soup! This encourages them to want to eat an otherwise boring meal without the fight!
Also, with summer just around the corner, take the fight out of drinking water by trying this
Simply start with Water. Add your favorite fruits, we use strawberries and pineapple, drop in a pack of Horizon Organic Fruit Snacks for a whimsical look and taste! We love to get the kids involved during the cooking process and this is a great way for them to make the drinks for the night! Store in the refrigerator and it will encourage kids to grab infused water instead of juice.
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