The perfect comfort food brings satisfaction with every bite, is quick and easy to make, and has cheese, lots of it. Plus, get my bonus recipe for tomato cheese bruschetta!
Thank you Idahoan® Steakhouse® Soups for sponsoring this post. Grab yourself a bowl and celebrate National Soup Month with me!
I love comfort food, especially on a cold winter day. One of my favorites is a good, hearty soup.
However, the only thing I don’t like about making soup is how long it can take. When I’m ready for comfort food, I want it 10 minutes ago.
But, that’s not the case with Idahoan® Steakhouse® Soups. Idahoan Steakhouse Soups give you the flavorful, slow-cooked taste of restaurant-quality soup at home, in just five minutes.
With 4 delicious varieties to choose from, Loaded Potato, Creamy Potato, Cheddar Broccoli and Cheddar Potato, it’s there when you want it, how you want it.
Now that’s what I call perfect comfort food on demand.
I’m always on the lookout for quick and easy recipes, so these soups are a great choice for me and my family. All I have to do is add a simple side and I’ve got a complete meal.
Being the carbaholic that I am, I love eating bread with my soup. Plus, it’s pretty much a comfort food all on it’s own.
The other day, when I made Idahoan Steakhouse Soups Cheddar Broccoli Potato Soup, I also made a fabulous tomato cheese bruschetta to go with it.
Making Tomato Cheese Bruschetta
- All you need is a good loaf of French bread, 8-12 slices of baby Swiss and a sliced tomato. Yep, it’s that easy.
- First, you’ll want to be very careful when slicing your bread. Pressing too hard can cause the bread to get smashed, which is no good for bruschetta.
- Next, place your slices of bread flat on a baking sheet.
- Then, simply layer 2-3 slices of cheese on top of each slice of bread.
- Broil on high for 2-3 minutes, or until the cheese is nice and melted, even slightly brown.
- Once out of the oven, top each slice of bread with 2 slices of tomato. I topped mine with some green onion, to add a bit more flavor and color.
The best part? You can make the tomato cheese bruschetta while you’re making your soup.
Plus, Idahoan Steakhouse Soups use real, red Idaho® potatoes with flavorful seasonings and rich cheeses giving you a creamy taste in every spoonful.
And all you have to do is add water.
That’s right, you simply boil water, whisk in your soup, and let simmer for 5 minutes.
Once you let it stand for another 5 minutes, you’re ready to enjoy a cheesy, creamy, winter weather bowl of comfort.
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