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How To ‘Kick-Up A Can Of Soup’ (Video)

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Two things that hold true for me when it comes to food:

  • I do NOT skip meals.  I don’t think I’ve ever skipped a meal in my life !  AND, I’ll never understand people that “forget  to eat.”
  • I do NOT compromise on flavor- this means even if I don’t have time, I’m uninspired, or I am in a rush – I ALWAYS manage to find a way to be sure that whatever I am eating tastes good!

Now while I don’t consider myself a food snob, although I admit that I can be rather particular; it’s not often that I can find a “pre-made” (either canned or frozen) meal that has been able to satisfy me “as-is.”  As a matter of fact, I don’t know that I have ever really enjoyed anything  pre-made without “doctoring it up a bit.”

Since there will always be those days when you’re just gonna need a little help in the kitchen this video shares a simple way to give those “boring-bland-pre-made-meals” a little home-made kiss, so that no matter what’s for dinner, YOU NEVER have to sacrifice flavor!

And feel free to carry this idea beyond soup.  You can give a little fresh life to just about any pre-made meal you’ve got.  Just think veggies, herbs, spices, onions, garlic, tortillas, cheese… these are all “quick-go-to” ingredients that can help “punch-up” a dish in very little time!

So tell me… Do you guys have any tricks or tips for kickin’-up a “pre-made” meal?  Any favorite go-to techniques you use in your kitchen??  If so, I’d love to hear about them!

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8 comments on “How To ‘Kick-Up A Can Of Soup’ (Video)

  1. Hey Dani!
    I LOVED THIS VIDEO! It was extremely helpful. I’d love to see more super quick meal ideas that you can create from some pre-made items at the store.
    Thank you!

  2. Amen sister! How do people forget to eat!? My body would let me know…I’d pass out! Thanks for the video!

  3. I got so excited when I read this post, because I get so fed up with people who forget to eat! I end up feeling weird for making them eat lunch when we go out for a day. Because if it was up to them, they would just forget! Thanks for this post.

  4. Thanks Dani!

    I had this for lunch today and it was delicious!

  5. I’ve made this several times since seeing this video. What a simple way to have a quick delicious meal.

  6. Mushroom soup in a hurry.
    Can of mushroom soup
    Beef Bouillon
    Add mushroom soup to pot
    Use can to measure beef broth then add and mix with soup.
    Cook mushrooms, onions and garlic in frying pan until translucent then add to soup
    Heat and serve.
    Use walnuts as topping.

  7. Hi Dani!!!
     I LOVE your blog and I have watched many of your videos!! My family loves so many of your recipes that I try and rely on.

    Right now I am sporting a really bad cold and so I went to my pantry and pulled out my can of lentil soup that I purchased after watching your video a few weeks ago. It came in soooo handy tonight with me having a bad cold and no appetite or energy to make dinner!! Thank you!! It was delicious and it was the perfect, healthy, easy dinner for me to prepare on short notice. And the best part is that I have enough for tomorrow as well!!

    Thank you for all your work and time you put into this blog!!! It has literally changed the way we eat. You come up with so many great and tasty ideas that is makes it easy for us to be healthy!!

    Love Janice

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