Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter

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Check Out These 7 Delicious And Healthy Kids Friendly Soup Recipes For This Fall And Winter Season. 

Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

Hi there, everyone. We are officially into Autumn Season. The weather is getting cooler and it is almost time now for comfort foods. For me and my family comfort food is equal to a bowl of soup and bread. Especially on chilly days. Hence today, I am sharing with you all 7 delicious and easy-to-make kids friendly soups for this fall and winter season.

Homemade Vegetable Broth: (6months and above)

Homemade Vegetable Broth-Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

I will start with sharing my recipe for Homemade Vegetable Broth. It’s easy to make and store. You can freeze it and use it in any of your recipes. This is one my favorite to use in pilaf recipes as well. For babies 6 months and above, you can mix this broth with mashed vegetable or rice and turn it into a meal. 

Pumpkin Spiced Sweet Potatoes And Apple Soup: (8 months and above)

Pumpkin Spiced Sweet Potato Apple Soup-Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

I have used sweet potatoes, apple, and celery as a base for my soup. To give it a fall flavor, I have seasoned it with the cinnamon stick and pumpkin spice. I like to add some walnuts for my serving. A little crunch gives this soup a delicious texture.

Tomato And Pumpkin Soup: (8 months and above)

Tomato And Pumpkin Soup- Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

I have used rosemary and cumin to give this soup a delicious warm aroma. To make it a hearty soup and more tempting for little ones, I have added orzo pasta. You can use, any shape or color pasta that your little ones like, for this soup.

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Cream Of Broccoli Soup: (8months and above)

Cream Of Broccoli Soup-Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

I have used potatoes and vegetable broth as a base for the soup. Potatoes give this soup a thick texture as well as acts as a thickening agent. So, there is no need to add any flour or other substitutes. For aromatics, I have used fennel seeds and bay leaf and flavored the soup with garlic and spring onions. I have especially, used spring onions here instead of onions. Spring onions give this soup a mild onion flavor which is not too overpowering. Particularly keeping in mind the palates of baby tummies.

Carrot And Potato Soup: (1 year and above)

Carrot Potato Soup-Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

This is one of the most viewed recipes at Easy Baby Meals. And yes, it is a comfort food for little ones as well as grown-ups. I have made a soup with carrot, potatoes, and celery, and to give a flavor have added bay leaf, cumin, and oregano. This soup is a meal in itself but can be accompanied by other foods.

Roasted Tomato And Basil Soup: (1 year and above)

Roasted Tomato And Basil Soup-Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

Now, who doesn’t like a good bowlful of tomato soup? And when it’s flavored with aromatics like cumin and basil leaves. It turns into a soul food experience. I have roasted tomatoes with garlic and basil and then turned them into a smooth paste. Later I have added some heavy cream to give it a nice creamy texture and to tone down the tomato’s sour flavor. The flavorful aroma of this soup comes from the cumin seeds and basil.

Sweet Corn Soup: (1 year and above)

Sweet Corn Soup-Kids Friendly Soups For Fall-Winter- Easy Baby Meals

This mildly flavored sweet corn soup is a meal in itself. Corn as such doesn’t have many nutrients in it. But when paired with other vegetables, it becomes a hearty meal for little ones. The soup can be served with garlic bread to the entire family. This thick soup is a quick comfort food for the cold days ahead.

Isn’t this a delicious list? Save and bookmark these recipes. You will need them soon. Each of the soup recipes has their unique flavor which I am sure your family will enjoy. These recipes are made keeping in mind the palate and taste for little tummies. You can add more seasoning according to your preference and taste.

Try these soon and let me know, how you all liked it. See you all soon.

Important Note:

Talk to your baby’s Pediatrician before starting new food.

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