Last week I highlighted a Minestrone Soup that snuck in a lot of vegetables and this week I’ve got a yummy soup that is made out of pantry items and can be on the table in 15 minutes.
On a Monday night, 15 minutes is usually all I want to invest in a yummy dinner.
Small one is addicted to soup and even on days that she fussy or not an eating machine I can guarantee that she will still be happy with soup.
She is also always happy with the side dish that I’ll show you below.
I started with 3 pieces of bacon and a small leek chopped (a small onion would be just as nice).
Add in 1 can of corn (8 oz), 2 cans (8 oz each) of creamed corn, 1/2 tsp oregano, 1 cup milk, pepper to taste and 1 T. chicken concentrate (either a stock cube or the liquid concentrate is perfect for this).
Simmer for 5 minutes until all the ingrients are melded together and…
serve with a bacon bunny (melted cheese and bacon on toast). My mom made us bacon bunnies at least once a week growing up and although I tart it up with good cheddar and homemade bread I still sometimes have a hankering for Kraft slices and Wonder Bread. Funny what your taste buds yearn for.