If you live in the Pacific Northwest you are in the midst of experiencing a glorious Fall. The range of autumn colors surrounding the area is a breathtaking sign that the colder weather is upon us.
In three days millions of kids across the country will be ringing door bells and knocking on doors dressed as their favorite princesses and superheroes. With one eye on the clock and the other out the window, they will eagerly be waiting for dusk to signal when they can grab their bags and descend in into neighborhoods with the goal of collecting as much candy as possible.
The last thing on their candy obsessed minds is dinner, and parents know this. It’s important to make sure children are well fed before sending them out into the cold weather for a night of running door-to-door as fast as they can and wearing themselves out.
With November just around the corner it’s the perfect time to share one of our family’s favorite soup recipes. It is guaranteed to keep everyone warm and tummies satisfied. Coconut chicken curry soup is quick and easy to prepare and will give your kids the energy they need before their journey begins, which will end in a sugar induced coma. Have a safe fun Halloween and don’t forget to grab a coat on your way out.
Here are a few other great soup recipes from the blogosphere I think your family will enjoy!
Hearty Beef Stew by Sweet Pea Chef
This recipe promises to be easy to prepare, a little time consuming, and totally worth it.
Kale Bean Pasta Soup by One Ordinary Day
If you’re looking for a healthy and satisfying soup to get you through this season, this recipe by Michelle will keep you warm. Don’t forget to serve it with rustic bread!
Cheeseburger Soup by Dine and Dish
Halloween traditions involving soup? Yes! Read how Kristen looks forward to making a different soup every Halloween for her family including this fun one.
Black Bean & Sweet Potato Chili by Good Life Eats
Here is a great variation for chili using sweet potatoes. A perfect autumn soup to keep you warm.