Soup-er Sunday: Turkey Barley Soup

I made this soup after Christmas. We had turkey leftovers I didn’t want to go to waste. This is easily my favorite recipe. Leftovers were even better than the day it cooked. It freezes great. And it made enough to share with my parents and Christian’s mom. Go make a turkey. And then make thisContinue reading “Soup-er Sunday: Turkey Barley Soup”

Soup-er Sunday: White bean, Chicken and Corn Chowder

It’s the last weekend in our household that the entire family will be together for Christmas. Cole is taking a road trip to New York City for a few days before Christmas, so I felt the pressure to get festive. All the things I keep putting off, some really important things like getting a ChristmasContinue reading “Soup-er Sunday: White bean, Chicken and Corn Chowder”

Soup-er Sunday: Quinoa and Black Bean Chili

I wasn’t planning on posting this recipe. I’ve made my fair share of quinoa chili recipes. There is a chili battle in our household. My boys love chili, but I have an extreme dislike of ground meat. It’s a terrible combination. I’ve tried so many vegetarian recipes. Some have been good. Some have been quicklyContinue reading “Soup-er Sunday: Quinoa and Black Bean Chili”

Soup-er Sunday: Corn Quinoa and Sweet Potato Chowder

Soup-er Sunday is back. Today’s gorgeous fall weather was the perfect day to try a new recipe that was shared with me from Karen at Fancy Little Feet. Per Karen’s recommendation, I modified tonight’s recipe from The Pretty Bee. Corn Quinoa and Sweet Potato Chowder Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon of olive oil 1 medium onion, choppedContinue reading “Soup-er Sunday: Corn Quinoa and Sweet Potato Chowder”

Soup-er Sunday: Shamrock Soup

Disclaimer: I’m a sucker for a theme. When I typed “shamrock soup” in the search bar on Pinterest, this was the first soup that popped up. It’s up for debate how “shamrocky” it actually is. Since I have the Shamrock half-marathon on my brain, I thought a shamrock soup would be a fun kick offContinue reading “Soup-er Sunday: Shamrock Soup”