Soup Weather has Arrived on the farm!

Thank you Amy’s for sponsoring this post. #StartWithAmys this Soup Season.

Fall is officially here! From the moment I saw this house, I have been anxiously anticipating fall! I immediately had visions of a cool breeze on a sunny day, swinging on the porch swing while I watch the kids gather acorns and leaves. I couldn’t wait to see the kids playing with the chicks beneath colorful trees and gray-blue skies. Fall in this house was something I just had great feelings about.

My ideas of my favorite season in the new farm house weren’t too far off either! The trees on this property are pre civil war, they’re huge and they all have begun to turn color and drop their leaves. I love hearing them crunch beneath our boots as we walk to the pasture to see the cows.

Now that the temperature has dropped, it has made our outdoor chores so much more enjoyable! We all really have been loving mornings in the cool air and warm sun! We run, play, work and then head inside with rosy cheeks in time for lunch! Nothing warms the soul on a cool fall day quite like a great bowl of soup!

 

I’m just a happier person during soup weather. Ada was always reluctant to eat soup until pretty recently! We were on a grocery run, and I picked up some of my favorite Amy’s soups and she asked if she could have some with me! Y’all this is SO big! Of course the next day, after we came inside, she asked again. I grabbed a can of the Cream of Tomato (my favorite!) and she ate every bite of what I served her! She was impatiently grabbing a pot for me to put onto the stove- in her sparkliest princess crown, in true six year old fashion.

In the cooler months, we keep Amy’s soups stocked in the pantry at all times. It’s so nice to be able to grab something delicious and easy that just warms us all up!

 

If you follow along with the blog, then you know I am selective with meals that I feed my family- but Amy’s is made with such high-quality ingredients. One thing I really love about Amy’s soups, is that they believe in slow simmering to develop a delicious, creamy, thick soup rather than using a lot of starch or thickeners. The result is a perfect texture and wonderful flavor that, in my opinion, is unmatched. Ada agrees with me, too- she’s already asking for her “favorite soup” tomorrow!

 

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