Melted Snowman Soup- Snow Day Tradition

Melted Snowman Soup RecipeWe interrupt this regularly scheduled blog post to bring you… SNOW!!

Well, it’s more of a prediction of possible snow flurries in a couple of days and it’s not supposed to stick.  But, we live in the South, so that means…SNOW!!

So in celebration of this “snow” I bring you… Melted Snowman Soup.

Melted Snowman Soup is a new twist added to your favorite white soup recipe.  It’s potato soup, clam chowder or navy bean soup with a face.  When you look at the bowl of soup, it appears to be a snowman’s face, which has melted.

In our home, Melted Snowman Soup has become a Snow Day tradition.  Of course, like I said, we live in the South, so Snow Days only occur every year or two.  But when the forecast even hints at snow, I get prepared and make sure I have all my ingredients on hand.

The faces on the soup can be made with carrots, green beans, whole kernel corn, peas or whatever veggies you have available.  When my kids were younger, I made the faces on the soup for them.  Now that they are a little older, they like to make the faces themselves– it’s part of the fun!

So if you are looking for a new Snow Day tradition, a warm meal for a Christmas get-together or just a fun way to dress up your child’s soup, try some Melted Snowman Soup. It’ll put a smile on your face and in your bowl!

I’ll see ya by the campfire!

Tiffany

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  1. […] also our winter traditions.  When my kids have a snow day we make melted snowman soup (see my post here).  We build a snowman, even if we have to build a mini snowman using the snow from the tops of our […]

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