Pumpkin souped!

Saturday, June 28, 2008



My family loves pumpkin soup in winter! Yesterday they had some for lunch (I had made a big batch on Thurs night) & this was the final result. It got EVERYWHERE. (I was feeling sick, so I left them to eat it by themselves - silly me!)

Here is my pumpkin soup recipe. It is the yummiest ever (no I'm not biased LOL). It is adapted from my friend Nat's, but I have changed it.

Pumpkin Soup:

Ing: 3/4 pumpkin; 2 potatoes; 1/2 large sweet potato; 2 onions; 1 carrot; 4 rashers bacon; chicken stock powder; 250 mls cream; salt & pepper;

Method: * Cut up all vegetables & bacon & put into large saucepan. Add water & boil with 1 tsp chicken stock til soft.

* Blend up until nice consistency (if you want it thick drain away some of the liquid before blending -this is how I like it). Add cream. Add salt & pepper & chicken stock powder to taste. Enjoy!

To change the taste you can use sour cream in place of the cream or even natural yoghurt for a low fat variety!

Easy as that & definitely a family favourite here!

Even poor Gingy got covered!!

8 comments:

Grandma said...

Poor little Gingy!!!! Was this after the hair gel session? Looks like they had a fun time while Mummy was sick - poor you!!! Had you washed out the hair gel yet??? Or did you just take them outside and hose them down (ok - I know you wouldn't do that sort of thing - certainly not in the middle of winter anyway!!! Looks like they enjoyed the soup. Aunty Sel made some delicious tomato soup here the other day (but nobody wore it!!)
Take care & hope you're feeling heaps better. God bless and lots and lots of love Mum xxxxxxxx
ps do you ever check your emails - if so, email me with the best one to write you on...... xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Grandma said...

Well, I got my answer about whether the hair gel was washed out or not (it was hard to tell in the picture, but I see they were wearing the same clothes!!!)
Love mumxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Cheryl Lage said...

That recipe sounds (and looks! ;) )
delicious! Will have to give it a try. Glad Gingy is the color she is...looks like she was about to get an application of pumpkin!

Heather said...

YUM! This recipe sounds so delicious. My husband would love it. Thanks for sharing.

Saminda said...

Isn't it incredible how much mess toddlers can make with soup??!!!
Your recipe sounds delicious, with the bacon and cream...... yummy. I'll have to try that one! We love soup too. Great winter warmer. :) Hope you're feeling better!

Mum-me said...

Who knows? Maybe pumpkin soup it a great hair and skin conditioner! Your little scientist may be on the verge of a breakthrough in cosmetics & haircare.

I hope you are better soon. I'm sure the cat hopes so too!

BoufMom9 said...

OH! What a wonderful recipe! I just copied it down so that i have it for when our autumn starts (which is when you start spring. LOL)
YUM!
Looks like the kids enjoyed it quite a bit! haha

Leanne said...

Pumpkin soup?? Hmmmm......

I'm sorry you were sick! Are you feeling better?

It's not a good thing when Mama gets sick!

Rest up!

Oh, and groovy gorillas are blended coffee drinks that my oldest daughter makes for us that are divine! FYI!

Leanne in Longview

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