Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Countdown to 2013-Soups/Breads


Day 2 of Countdown to 2013 hosted by Sno White over at Finding Joy in My Kitchen is Soups and Breads.  Since we have homemade soup for lunch at least 80 per cent of the time, I posted several soups recipes in 2012.


Low calorie and inexpensive this is a hearty soup even though it contains no meat.  It is among my hubby's favorite soups so I make it at least once a month.


This may be my favorite potato soup.  It uses browned breakfast sausage and make a ton so I am good for lunches for several days after I make this one.


This is a very hearty soup with barley and lots of veggies.


This was a post for Secret Recipe Club, and the original recipe came for It's Yummy to My Tummy Blog.  This may be my new favorite soup.

I didn't havet many bread recipes on the blog this years, but here are several recipes I posted that go great with soup.


Homemade crackers are great fun to make and go great with almost any soup.


Any of the Chex type cereals can make a nice change from bread cubes to use as croutons in soups or salads.  If rice or corn are used the croutons are gluten free.


Pita chips are very fast and easy to make at home, and any flavoring desired can be used.

Come back tomorrow for main dishes.  You can join us any day you like and post your own best recipes for 2012.  Just click on the graphic at the top of this post for the schedule.

I am linking to Countdown to 2013 and these other great parties.




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