Creamy potato soup with no added dairy. Great for toddler food. My 2 year old loves it.


Ingredients (serves 5)

  • 6 Potatoes cut in cubes
  • 2 cubes Vegetable stock
  • Half cup Rice milk (or any milk you would like to use)
  • Add to taste Salt, Pepper, Parsley
  • flakes Chilli
  • 1 onion
  • half clove of garlic or diced garlic

Method

  1. In a big pot put your chopped onions and peeled and chopped potatoes in.
  2. Add the vegetable stock, a jug of boiling water. Add garlic and spices.
  3. When potatoes are soft remove from heat and blend until creamy. Add milk while blending. Sprinkle chilli on top for a yummy taste.

Notes... Great for those fussy toddler eaters.

  • If you have a fussy eater I doubt you would get a child to eat this.
    Onion and Garlic – they are similar so why add both.
    Vegetable Stock has salt in it, do you really need to add more salt? That could be the cause of a few medical problems not only for young children but adults too. Children can get high blood pressure, strokes (I know a toddler who has had 2 strokes) or heart attacks too

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  • Potato soup is fabulous for the whole family!

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  • I love a great potato soup and this looks and sounds divine thank you so much for sharing this recipe.

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  • This looks like a really simple and easy recipe!

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  • If for my toddler I wouldn’t really put the chili flakes on top just leave as is

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  • Great recipe, but maybe add a few more veggies to get the health factor happening

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  • Great recipe. will make this for my bub but without adding chilli. Thanks mum

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  • A lovely soup, thanks.

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  • Thank you for this, I like this variation of potato soup , maybe some ham for the older children.

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  • Yum, top with crispy pancetta and I am in!

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  • yum much goodness in this! i like the creamier soups

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  • Ooo the mess that you’ll get up with

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  • Ohh yum! potato soup is a favourite!

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  • This sounds like a really tasty recipe. Thank you for sharing! Something i will try with our family with two small children!

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  • This looks so good. Thanks for sharing.

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