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Soup season has FINALLY arrived (hello fall)! I love the fall season.
The weather, the food, and the activities are some of my favorites of the entire year. I grew up always eating different soups during this time of year, and my mom’s vegetable soup was always my favorite!
My mom always made it on a perfect day too. It would be a cold, rainy fall evening when everyone wanted to cozy up and watch a movie while eating something warm!
This recipe brings back a lot of wonderful memories for me!
My dad is very picky (thankfully, I’m not!). When making this soup, my mom would always leave out the good ingredients, like onions, tomatoes, and spices! I have taken her recipe and re-vamped it with all the good stuff!
Vegetable soup is still my favorite type of soup. You can really add (or not add) whatever you like to this soup to make it your own creation!
To get started With THis Recipe, you’ll need a few tools:
- Saucepan– These nonstick are my favorite & they’re pretty!
- Cutting Board
- Can Opener
- Measuring Cups
- Measuring Spoons
I like to cut up the onions into small pieces like this, sometimes even smaller. It helps them to soften up while cooking.
Look at this beautiful, colorful mixture (insert heart eyes)!
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Do you ever need conversions when you are in the kitchen? Do you hate having to stop and take the time to look them up? I know that feeling! Print out this handy conversion chart and hang it on your fridge or put it someone in your kitchen that you can access it easily.
I hope you love this recipe as much as I do! If you try it, I would love to know if you added any new ingredients. What did you do to make it unique? Please drop a comment below to let me know!
Don’t forget to share it with all your friends!
Until next time,