Hot Food for Cold Days at School
The last few years I’ve seen really great kids insulated lunch boxes and thermoses so that beautiful homemade soup you have made can be heated in the morning, popped into the thermos and still be toasty warm for school lunches. Soup is a frugal, hardy way to fill hungry bellies!Invitation Hey you! You're invited by Jody to join the Stay at Home Mum survey panel with her! Earn an income, give your opinion, and have a voice from home!
Grab a thermos like this one, perfect for hot foods, soups or cold drinks! Grab it from Biome Eco Store.
Creamy, yummy and most of all healthy. This pea and ham soup will definitely your kids’ all-time favourite because of its rich flavour they can’t resist. Not only can this recipe be frozen, you can make a huge double or triple batch so you always have some on hand!
Garlic and chicken are a perfect combo especially when you make a warm and hearty soup out of it, just like this!
Another all-time favourite great for colds and cases of flu. A gluten-free and dairy-free soup when the family gets sick or just a nutritious snack anytime.
Another winter warmer soup that’s hearty and filling.
A weekly regular in our house and the whole family loves it! This simple vegan lentil soup is a quick recipe to put together with almost all the ingredients available in the pantry.
One of our favourite comfort foods. Tomato Soup is also extremely nutritious!
There is nothing quite like a cold winter’s day huddled inside with the slow cooker simmering something hearty and delicious that you know is going to hit the spot.
This is a thick, hearty soup that is a mixture between chicken noodle soup and creamy corn chowder!
There’s nothing like a hearty Pumpkin Soup to warm you up on a cold night.Invitation Hey you! You're invited by Jody to join the Stay at Home Mum survey panel with her! Earn an income, give your opinion, and have a voice from home!