This Turkey Soup was a huge hit with my family. I’d say it’s a cross between a hearty chilli or a hamburger stew. The beauty of this recipe is that you can add or omit any veggies you choose. By the way, I think zuchinni, corn, or even mushrooms would be nice additions next time I make this soup.
I was first introduced to this comforting White Chili (chicken soup) when we ate at my mother-in-laws home years ago. I’ve since taken it on, and made it so many times, it’s become my own. The limes really add a nice zest to the flavor.
Time to make Split Pea and Ham soup. We had oodles of leftover ham and a ham bone from dinner last night, so I knew it was time for this delicious soup. I like to cook this soup in a slow cooker all day, but if I have time the night before, I do some of the prep-work then.
This Roasted Butternut Squash Soup is divine! I had to restrain myself from eating the squash straight out of the oven after it was done roasting. The granny smith apples add a unique and yummy flavor. My family loved it, and I was happy this recipe made enough to freeze for a second meal another night.
If you love the taste of vegetarian lasagna, but don’t have time to prepare and assemble a lasagna, this recipe is for you. It’s truly like eating a bowl of delicious lasaga, especially with the ‘cheesy goodness’ added to the bottom of your bowl.
This Creamy Tomato Soup recipe is absolutely delicious, and so easy to start! Simply chop the veggies, throw them in a slow-cooker with your canned tomatoes in the morning, and come home to a healthy meal at night. This recipe makes 12 servings, and freezes very well.