Last weekend we had our first big snow of the year. After an afternoon of fun and sledding with the kid, we brought them back into our cozy, warm house for some dippable fun!
Campbell’s Condensed Tomato soup has always been a staple in my pantry since the big kid in me still likes to have a bowl and dip my grilled cheese right in there. But you’d be surprised to know there are a lot of other ways to use tomato soup. For instance, tomato soup makes a great kid-friendly dip for finger foods. After our snow adventure, I baked a pan of breaded mozzarella sticks and toasted ravioli.
Rather than a bowl of marinara, I heated up a warm bowl of Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Soup for some dipping fun. Miss Emma was a big fan! Kids can dip a few appetizers in mini bowls of tomato soup and finish it off with a spoon.
Even The Wisest Kid in the Whole World agrees that tomato soup is the go-to choice for kids (and adults) that need a little something to warm the tummy.
For even more warm winter meal ideas that your kids will love, try some of these recipes.
- Warm cheese can melt the hearts of most kids, so what better meal than one that highlights the yummy ingredient! Try Cheeseburger Mac n Cheese, Cheesy Chicken and Potato Casserole or mini Mac n Cheese Cups.
- The Wisest Kid says, “Broccoli on the side gets denied.” We all want to find a variety of options at mealtime that the family will enjoy, while kids just want food that tastes good. Luckily, these two things don’t have to be different with recipes like Chicken Broccoli Divan, Mini Shepherd’s Pies or The Ultimate Slow Cooked Pot Roast.
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This blog post is part of a compensated ambassador program with Campbell Soup Company. Opinions expressed are my own.