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Eating soup is pretty much a given in our house since we live in Michigan and it hasn’t reached above 25 degrees in the last few weeks. I keep a decent stock of a variety of soups both creamy and broth-based depending on what we’re in the mood for. Since I’ve mentioned before that I’m a big fan of sandwiches and wraps, I will typically pair them with a salad or soup like Progresso® Light Soups. And yes, this combo definitely fits into my “simple and healthy” theme for this year.
I recently purchased the Light Savory Vegetable Barley and Light Zesty Southwestern-Style Vegetable Progresso® Light Soups. This past week I thought I’d be cleaver and make a Southwest-style dinner with a simple Southwest veggie wrap paired with the Light Zesty Southwestern-Style Vegetable Progresso® Light Soup. And it was such a hit!
These wraps were super simple to put together and grill. Of course they could be eaten cold as well, I’m just a fan of grilled or warmed sandwiches.
Now, if you have kids that aren’t the biggest fan of broth-based soups here are a few tips that I’ve tried that may help. First, if they are too young to use a spoon efficiently, just scoop out the beans, veggies and/or meat for them to pick up with their fingers. If they are a bit older, make a game out of it and see if they can find the corn or find a black bean in the broth. And if all else fails, just keep serving it and eat the meal along with them.
I also wanted to mention that Progresso® Light Soups are part of the Box Tops for Education program. I didn’t give it much thought until my son started kindergarten this year and we started saving them. For each Box Top returned, your school will receive 10 cents which can add up quick!
I found the Progresso® Light Soups at Walmart and lucky me there was a deal of SAVE $1.00 ON FOUR when you buy FOUR CANS any flavor canned Progresso ® Soups from 1/1/16-1/31/16.
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