Please welcome Leah from Skill It! She is sharing a wonderful Fall Harvest Soup Recipe that is the perfect meal for you and your kids to make on a cold day. The soup is gluten and grain-free too, a bonus for my family.
Leah also offers online cooking classes for families called Season's Eatings and the next session begins on November 5th; read below for more details.
How to Make Fall Harvest
Vegetable Soup with Your Kids
Soup is a Fall favorite
because it warms us from the inside out. With the weather turning chilly for most of us, we are spending more
time indoors and this is the perfect time to get busy in the kitchen!
Here at Skill It we enjoy
coming up with fun ways to include your kids in the kitchen. Children
love having a job to do and can be
surprisingly focused when they have a pile of vegetables put in front of
to cut into fun bite-size pieces. Working together, bigger hands can cut
veggies into long strips and then hand them over to little chefs who
can dice them with a table knife or even a pair of clean scissors!
The recipe we’re sharing
today is for a Fall Harvest Vegetable Soup. Our local Farmer’s Market happens to have a vendor who sells orange
cauliflower and that’s what we’ve used here alongside potatoes, carrots,
fennel, onions, and tomatoes. These
orange, red, and white veggies make this a bowl of autumnal colors and flavors.
Click here for a
printable PDF of the step-by-step recipe and get ready to make some delicious
memories with your children in the kitchen!
About Leah Cherry
& Skill It
Cherry teaches children and their families how to cook, sew, make and grow
– traditional talents that remain essential for living well today. Her business, Skill It, is founded on the
belief that working with your hands nourishes your spirit and connects you to
family and community.
Skill It offers an
online cooking class for families, Season’s Eatings, to create joy, fun, and
connection around food and dinnertime. Participants become part of the Season’s
Eatings online community, learn new recipes and get inspired with new ways to
engage little hands in the kitchen. The Fall session of Season’s Eatings begins
on November 5th Click here to register and learn more.