Modifications: I forgot to add the diced bell pepper, whoops. Nicki forgot the carrots, so between the two of us we have a full meal 🙂 We also used the immersion blender to thicken the soup up. It’s easier for Annie to eat and Erin and I prefer blended soups. I also didn’t put nearly as much liquid as it called for (4-5 cups was what we used) – it could have used more probably, especially after eating the leftovers which thicken up considerably, but the batch would have been HUGE if we had added the full 8 cups it called for.
Time to table: 1 hour
Servings: 6 adults
Notes: This was a very easy recipe to make and had enough leftovers to make a second dinner out of, which is always a win in my book. We say Annie “liked” this meal, but the threshold for her to like something has gone way down as she seems to be getting pickier about the food we serve her, which is not cool. “Like” in this case means that she ate a few (5 or so) bites voluntarily and dipped her bread it in before announcing she was all done and wanted fruit.