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This Easy Soup Recipe Is My Children’s Favorite
I love a good, hearty soup that I can serve to my whole family without objections. We have a couple of very picky eaters in our family, and for some reason they both think soups are worse than taking bitter medicine. I’ve tried almost anything; sometimes they give in and eat one serving of cheeseburger soup – probably because of its name! So I thought I’m just going to have to focus on things that they do love, and find out if there’s a way to turn those flavors into soup. I thought it would be a tricky task but it has turned out pretty awesome so far!
Typically I would go for the creamiest soup possible, to make sure my kids would like the flavor. But this time I decided to trust that they would be intrigued by the name alone – you see, this is lasagna soup!
It was a little hard to convince them this really tastes like lasagna, since it obviously doesn’t look like it at all… But the aromas lingering in the kitchen were so familiar that they couldn’t resist giving it a try. And they absolutely loved it!
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Quick Tip: Make a large batch and freeze in portions for a quick lunch later!