January is lovely, wonderful National Soup Month (in case you can’t tell, soup is one of my absolute favorite types of meals). Bug (our nearly 3-year-old) recently decided she is far too big for naps, so she’s become my big kitchen helper.
She was so excited to pull the the kale leaves off all of the stems and place them in our veggie scrap bag for our Easy Slow Cooker Vegetable Broth that she wanted to put the veggies in, too! We had such a great time making this recipe, which is a favorite for my husband and I from the early days of our marriage. It’s the first vegetarian recipe that I made for him from scratch that he really enjoyed. The soup’s subtle spices, tender kale and creamy potato base are delightful for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. It’s creamy with or without milk and the kids like a little cheese on top of their bowls of soup. I’m sharing the delicious recipe Potato Kale Soup over at Onceamonthmom.com today.
The soup is one of our all-time favorite homemade soup recipes. The kids can sometimes be a little weirded out by the kale in the soup, but they like the subtly-spiced creamy potato base immensely. My husband and I are both huge fans.