Let Your Crockpot Do The Work With This Ridiculously Tasty Soup Recipe
As someone who was a picky eater growing up I’m not surprised my own kids have very particular tastes. My oldest daughter won’t touch anything with pickles on it while my middle son can’t stand any seafood. And my youngest daughter acts like eating vegetables is some kind of torture. That’s why recipes like this crock pot meatball soup are so great!
There are hidden veggies in this soup that—while not totally unnoticeable—most definitely aren’t the predominant flavor of the dish. And through trial and error I’ve found that if I can bury vegetable in a meal so that my daughter doesn’t really see them that she has no trouble gobbling the dish down.
(But try to put some carrots and broccoli on her plate and it’s like World War Three started in our kitchen. Kids—I tell ya!)
And I wish I could take all the credit for this idea but I’ve got to share it with my mom. She mentioned to me one day that she taught me to start liking vegetables by stirring cooked veggies into macaroni and cheese.
So when I saw this recipe I figured the same sneaky veggies rules would apply. And I was right.
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Quick tip: This soup freezes well. Freeze individual portions for quick lunches after making. Thaw in fridge then heat in microwave to eat.