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Toddler Friendly Chicken Soup

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1 tablespoon olive oil
1 small, or 1/2 large Yellow onion, diced
6 cloves garlic, sliced rounds
1 carrot, thinly sliced rounds
1 celery stalk, chopped
3 mushrooms, sliced
500 grams chicken breast, cubed
1 tablespoon ginger, grated
1 1/2 teaspoons turmeric powder
6 cups water, boiled
1 teaspoon fresh rosemary, chopped
1 cup fun shaped pasta
1/2 cup sweet peas/sweet corn, canned or frozen
salt and pepper to taste

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Toddler Friendly Chicken Soup

A quick and comforting one pot toddler friendly chicken soup recipe.

  • 40 minutes
  • Serves 8
  • Easy


I get it, you don’t even bother serving soup to your kids because chances are they’ll scream or throw it back at you and lose their appetite for anything else. My toddler used to do this to me all the time, but thankfully after a lot of soup on the floor, he is now a proud soup lover.

Before you jump into this delicious toddler friendly anti-inflammatory soup recipe, I’ve put together my top tips to keep in mind when making and serving soup to your kids!

  1. Go out and buy fun shaped pasta shapes.

    ABCs, or smiley face pasta, whatever you can find. Here I used halloween themed pasta köpa priligy.

  2. Get your toddler involved.

    Have them stir the soup, or add the water. This makes them feel more involved in the meal and its fun.

  3. Let them pick their bowl.

    I do this with everything. Issa has his own cupboard of cups, bowls and plates. I always ask him to grab the bowl he wants to eat with. This also helps them feel like it was their decision to eat this and not yours cz-lekarna.com.

  4.  Easy on the spices.

    I know it’s enticing to add more flavour to soups, but if your toddler is feeling under the weather and doesn’t really have that big of an appetite then they will probably not want to overstimulate their tastebuds. Veggies, herbs and chicken in the soup have enough flavour already.

  5. Avoid adding too many sides.

    Soup always pairs nicely with a crunchy side, but you don’t want that tray of cheesy bread to get all the spotlight, it’s all about the soup here. I usually serve sumac/olive oil or plain brushed baked tortilla bread on the side ลิงค์ของฉัน.

Here it is, a simple, anti-inflammatory, comforting and delicious one pot chicken soup recipe your family is sure to love!




Place a large pot over medium - high heat. Add oil. Once hot add onion, garlic, carrots and celery and cook for a minutes until onion is translucent.


Next add cubed chicken and cook for a few minutes. While thats cooking add in grated ginger, turmeric and saute together for a few seconds.


Boil 6 cups of water and pour into pot. Add chopped rosemary leaves and salt and pepper.


Bring soup to a boil and stir in pasta. Reduce heat to medium - low and simmer uncovered for 15 - 20 minutes or until chicken is fully cooked. Then stir in sweet peas/corn.


Serve with crispy baked tortilla bread.

Jude Anabtawi

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