Serving Soup: Three Ways to Dish It Up (Family Bites)


  • Welcome! I'm Jan, a Canadian food writer & party planner with a specialty in celebrations for kids. I'm the Food Editor for SavvyMom Media & a contributor to several other family-focused publications. I live in Toronto with my husband and our two tween sons.

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marla {family fresh cooking}

I could add smoked paprika to all my savories, this soup sounds so healthy & amazing. Must try :)


Love the idea of the soup shot--what fun. And I never thought of on the go soup for those evenings when we eat dinner in the car between activities. Can't wait to try the red lentil soup. Like Marla above, I love that smoked paprika.

Jan Scott

Thanks, Marla.  I havent used smoked paprika a lot, but Im definitely going to now.  It was fabulous.


Made the soup and it's very tasty. Per package directions, I boiled the lentils first (for 15 mins) and let them sit for a hour. Then drained and added them to the veggies. Is all that really necessary?

Didn't use the immersion blender--need to buy one of those!

Jan Scott

Hmm...Im not sure.  The red lentils I use are just thrown in the pot and it works out great.  Maybe try that next time and see how it goes.

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DO u hv any Serving of Sauces or Serving of potatoes and vegetables?


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