When it comes to switching over to fall, some of the best things to look forward to are gardening in comfort, sweaters, crisp breezes, and SOUP!
As the weather starts to chill, we crave that warm, comforting meal. It’s easy to make, you can make A LOT of it, and it reheats well.
Throw extra in the freezer for a quick meal option on days you don’t feel like cooking. Eat it with bread, croutons, or crackers. Top it with cheese, onion, drizzles of balsamic. Soup is SO versatile and it’s especially comforting if the ingredients come straight from your garden or the farmers market!
We found some awesome recipes that are sure to make you feel cozy and accomplished.
Just as the name suggests, this garden fresh tomato soup uses fresh tomatoes so you’re sure to love it! And tomato soup pairs perfectly with a grilled cheese sandwich so we highly recommend that combo.
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