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Tomato Soup Goodness

 A few years ago I discovered homemade tomato soup. Let’s just say that we have never bought another can of Campbell’s since. This soup is so good and so simple. It’s so simple that even my nine-year-old daughter can make it with a little supervision and help. It really doesn’t take much longer than opening a can, emptying it, and adding milk or water to it, but the taste is about one hundred times better. Plus as an added bonus, I know what’s in this soup – every ingredient is pronouncable and no MSG. So here is how we do it.

First, you open a large can of tomatoe pieces. For us that is one of the jars we canned last summer. You dump it in your soup pot and mash the tomatoes up. We use a stick blender, but anything that mashes them will work. Sometimes there is still some little chunks, but that’s okay.


my lovely assistant

blended tomatoes

blended tomatoes

Then we add chicken stock. Mine is usually frozen because I forget to  take it out in time, but it melts. 🙂 Next  we add water, a small can of tomato paste, honey, parsley and dill weed.


frozen chicken stock


adding honey

Now you can add milk with flour mixed in to thicken the soup or as we did today just cream. I left out the flour because I was keeping this THM diet-friendly. Next comes butter and salt. As soon as it’s all heated through you’re ready. Like I said simple, simple, simple. When you taste it though, it is so delicious you will never want to buy canned tomato soup again.


lovely, delicious goodness


2 thoughts on “Tomato Soup Goodness

  1. sounds great! I’ll have to try it when it gets colder…with these warm days we’ve been having…well…it still sounds great!

    • I know. Spring and Summer don’t really seem like “soup time”, but it’s so easy to make when I have a hungry crew to feed. 🙂 This makes so much that we always have leftovers. So for Day 2 we cook macaroni and add it to the soup with some cheese. You may want to half the recipe for your kiddos.

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