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Meal time has always been a struggle in our house. I don’t love the dinner time routine, or the prep and clean up all that much. So, it’s hard when my kids complain about what I make, too! Because if I put in the time and effort, I want people to gobble it up. A menu plan has made things easier for me, but it’s still a struggle to get our kids to eat what we want them to eat. Right, parents?
One thing I’ve found with my kids is that soup is a great way to get them to eat proteins and veggies that maybe they normally wouldn’t eat. Here are Five Soup Recipes my kids love, and hopefully your kids will love too.
This crockpot chalupa soup is as easy as it is yummy. I love how much protein my kids get with the pinto beans and the roast, and it’s got a delicious mexican flavor that my kids love. Top it with cheese, and you have a family favorite.
This Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup will please even the littlest, pickiest eaters because it’s got noodles in it. And all kids love noodles! The chicken, carrots, and corn are an awesome way to get veggies in your kids.
This taco soup is packed full of good stuff. It has carrots, celery, tomatoes, beans, and ground turkey or beef. My kids love it with crushed up tortilla chips on top.
This Lentil Soup I could make in my sleep now it’s that easy, and it’s a great recipe where you can keep the ingredients stocked year round. My kids eat lentils and sweet potatoes, and the carrots and celery sneaks it’s way into their tummies too. It’s delicious for fall, but we eat it year round!
Last, but DEFINITELY not least is this healthy black bean soup that my kids love to gobble up. This is my four year old’s favorite meal! And, with all the healthy beans, it’s a great way to get protein in your child’s diet. We like to make rice with ours and pour the soup over it.
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