The cool weather is well and truly here, and our kids are hankering for something warm in their lunch boxes. Luckily, we have the Yumbox Zuppa – the insulated food jars that keep food warm for up to eight hours. Here are the top seven warm soup recipes to pack in the Yumbox Zuppa.
Tomato soup recipe
You can’t get much better than tasty tomato soup on a cold winter’s day – especially when served with cheese toasties on the side! We especially love this rich, creamy recipe by Cookie and Kate.
Pumpkin soup recipe
Simple yet delicious, this pumpkin soup recipe by Recipe Tin Eats is one of our favourites. It’s really easy to make – you just need a lot of pumpkin, some stock, garlic, onion, salt and pepper. Drizzle with cream to serve if you’re feeling fancy.
Chicken noodle soup recipe
Chicken noodle soup – it’s a childhood institution, and not just when you’re sick. Packed with tasty noodles, nourishing chicken and ingredients like celery, celery and turmeric, we love this recipe by A Spicy Perspective.
Broccoli and potato soup recipe
This might just be the easiest way to get your kids to eat broccoli! Hearty and filling, it’s hard to resist a good bowl (or Yumbox Zuppa) of potato soup – and this broccoli and potato soup from Recipe Tin Eats is one of the best.
Chicken pasta soup recipe
Pasta and soup is an unbeatable combination – especially combined with yummy peas, carrot and onion like this recipe from My Kids Lick the Bowl does. It’s the perfect way to get your kids to eat their daily serve of veggies as well as a winter warmer.
Alphabet soup recipe
You don’t need to head to the shops for a pre-packaged version next time your kids crave alphabet soup! With this recipe, blogger Yummy Toddler Food totally lives up to her name – it’s perfect for your kindy-aged and school-aged kids.
Easy minestrone soup recipe
Last but certainly not least – minestrone. This Italian classic is the ultimate winter warmer, packed with delicious veggies and yummy pasta. The kids might even want to help out by stirring the soup on the stovetop (supervised, of course).