Project Alicia : Tasty Tuesdays Bloghop: Santa Fe Soup

Monday, December 06, 2010

Tasty Tuesdays Bloghop: Santa Fe Soup

This one is for all you busy moms out there who are desperately trying to get something healthy down your kid's gullet.

Trust me. I get it. Life is busy. And it ain't slowin down any time soon. But we can't eat fast food every single day, right?

So, a quick, easy, healthy, hearty, yummy meal in a pinch. Perfect for these frigid days, particularly the ones right here in the midwest. Compliments of my sis's MIL.

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Here's a card to grab. Just save it as an image and print on photo paper or cardstock.
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The great part is you can keep most of these canned goods on hand. And if you don't mind using a can opener it could become a fav. No need to drain juice, just throw it all in. Oh, and if you want a healthier version you could opt for ground turkey. Or leave out meat altogether.

My kids loved it. My son went back for seconds. I do realize that not all kids dig beans though, so here's a few non-legume alternatives in case you missed them in some of my previous tasty tuesdays. You can click on the name of recipe at top to see previous post or just snag the card.

Turkey Hash
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Cheesy Potato Soup

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Chicken Noodle Soup
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Hope you are staying warm. And if it's summer where you are, don't tell me how nice it is. Thanks for stopping by. If you wanna play, just grab the button and enjoy the bloghop.
A Beatiful Mess



28 comments:

  1. Oooh, I love soups when it is cold. Sooo comforting! :)

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  2. Soups are comfort food for me :) Look forward to making all of the above thanks!!!

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  3. I know what I'll be making tomorrow! It is 20 degrees here in NC (when the heck did that happen?) and for the next few nights, and these soups look so delish. I am thinking the Santa Fe soup. Yum!! Angie

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  4. These all look delicious!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Love these recipes! Thanks for sharing!
    ~Liz

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  6. OMG!!! That Santa Fe soup looks divine! I need to make that ASAP! I love your pictures. They are beautiful! My soup picture is awful!! However, I promise...the soup is good!

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  7. Why oh why did I have to click on here at midnight? ugh. Now I have to empty out my fridge to fill my craving belly. Also...would you be willing to offer me your address please?! I'm sure you know why (rhymes with tishmas carp) sorry it's late:) xoxox Miss ya!

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  8. Hi Lish! What wonderful variety of soups you have! My kids too adore anything warm in a bowl where the ingredients arent all that distinctive! I do try to hide a lot in the bowl to make the most of every spoonful! I am sharing a family favorite! Leftover stuffing "meatballs"! All the best, Alex

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  9. My mouth is seriously watering right now. That first recipe you have on here looks so yummy and easy! Thank you!

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  10. I'm enjoying the graphics and layout around here... not to mention the recipes!

    Thanks for hosting!

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  11. Your soups sound lovely - especially the Santa Fe one - yum! We are having very cold weather here in England too and I've been serving lots of soups and casseroles. I've linked up an orange and raisin loaf that is easy to make in a bread maker. Thanks for hosting :)

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  12. I'm adding the Santa Fe soup recipe to my list for next week's menu. Looks so yummy! I wonder if it would work well with chicken? Thanks Alicia.

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  13. The soup sounds lovely, but I am not sure if my ever-more-fussy eater would eat it. That said, we are now eating tacos on a very regular basis as it is quick and easy and she eats them non-stop, which is always a good thing :)

    And, although she is becoming fussy, she does eat beans :)

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  14. We suddenly got hit with cold weather this week, so soup sounds especially good!

    Thanks for the recipes, and thanks for hosting!

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  15. Your soups looks so good! We eat a lot of soup during cold weather, so I'll have to try these recipes soon. Thanks for hosting!

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  16. Yum! I'm definitely going to be trying that Santa Fe soup - it looks so hearty for our cold, cold days!

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  17. The soups look fantastic! So warm! Thanks!

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  18. Thanks for hosting again this week, your soups look delicious.

    -Brenda

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  19. I love how you display your recipes on your blog!!!!!

    Thanks!
    Kelly

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  20. Your soups look so good. I wanted to mention that I really enjoyed your post about blogging, it was VERY helpful to me. Thank you for sharing and you have a great week.

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  21. You're making me drool! I'm going to try the Santa Fe soup tonight. You had me at ranch dressing mix!

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  22. I love anything Mexican, and this looks yummy! I'm going to have to try it.

    Thanks for sharing and for hosting today.

    Jane
    frugalfineliving.com

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  23. Thanks for the wonderful soup recipes. That Santa Fe soup is going to be cooking away here at my house by this afternoon. Yum!

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  24. Some soup would be good after I come in from shoveling...close to 2 feet of snow!

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  25. That Santa Fe soup looks awesome! I'm going to try a bean-less version. :)

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  26. Oh my lord I looooooove potato soup!!! Looks so yummy! I need to stop looking at recipes when I'm hungry...

    Thanks again for hosting!

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  27. I am a foodie addict...hahhaa... just love to eat and love to experiment. Thanks for your blog am following you now. Happy Holidays ahead and more Tasty Tuesdays.

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  28. Wow! They all look so good! I'm thinking I might try the cheesy potato hash soup. Yum!

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