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Printable Fall Soup Recipes

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Nov 12, 2012 | Printable Recipes, Topics |

It’s been a long time since we’ve posted anything here.  I started homeschooling my five boys this year and so it may not surprise many of you that blogging has gone by the wayside.  My business remains active, thanks to the help of my long time side kick and talented  friend, Becky (I really need to come up with a better title for her than that, she deserves much better).  I won’t speak on behalf of my sister, but I do know that her master’s degree classes and three-year-old daughter are really keeping her on her toes these days.

If there’s still anyone out there in the Tidy Tangle audience, then you are faithful friends, and to thank you I’m going to throw a couple fall soup recipes your way now.  I already shared the Creamy Tomato Soup recipe in the past, but just realized that I didn’t  offer it in a printable format for you.  I  try to offer my recipes as printable when I can, because we want you to have something with which to fill your rbt bags’ mini binder/recipe books!

These soup recipes are sure to warm you up this winter.  They’ve become great stand-bys in our house.  Both recipes are combinations of various ones that I’ve tried over the years; after a lot of trials, taste tests, and changes, I wrote these versions down and made them official.  The creamy chicken and wild rice is very versatile–you can substitute ham for the chicken and it’s a great way to use up ham or chicken leftovers.  You can also omit the cream from both recipes for a healthier option.

Just click on the link below the picture to view and print the recipes.  Each recipe also includes directions for making in a slow cooker.  I hope you enjoy!

Creamy Chicken (or Ham) and Wild Rice Soup

Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup

Creamy Tomato Soup

Creamy Tomato Soup






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