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When my daughter had to have surgery recently, she really wasn’t feeling all that good for quite some time. I couldn’t find much that would make her happy either. Her appetite was non-existant. Needless to say, I felt extremly helpless in the whole situation. No mother wants to see their child in that kind of shape. I tried everything I could think of to cheer her up, and it just wasn’t happening. Finally, I thought about one dish that used to always comfort and make me feel better when I was younger. Broccoli and cheese soup. It was the ultimate comfort food back then, and I was hoping it still would be for her in her current situation.
I didn’t want to leave her side for too long, in case she needed me. Thankfully, I found this recipe on Spend With Pennies for a 20 minute version of it. I had to make a quick trip to the grocery store and then I got to work.
This went together just as quickly as what the recipe had said it would. My daughter actually ate it too. Soon after, she was feeling much better and got up and started moving around the house. Thank you soup!
Recipe courtesy of Spend With Pennies. Photo credits go to CopyMeThat.
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Quick Tip: Add in some cauliflower or do half and half with the broccoli.