If there is one food that the whole family enjoys equally are the soups. Soups and creams are easy to eat, suitable for any age and are also very nutritious. That is why it is convenient to keep a few recipes of soups and assorted creams, because they can be prepared with almost any ingredient. The
If there is one food that the whole family enjoys equally are the soups. Soups and creams are easy to eat, suitable for any age and are also very nutritious. That is why it is convenient to keep a few recipes of soups and assorted creams, because they can be prepared with almost any ingredient.
The world of soups and creams offers so many possibilities that it is impossible not to fall into the temptation of preparing them both in winter and summer, with meat, vegetables, fish, pasta, rice ... with everything It happens to you, the soups are delicious and the children love them. So we are in front of the star dish of healthy infant feeding. The different types of soups and creams for children Soups and creams can be very varied. Any type of soup carries a large amount of water, so it is an ideal food to maintain
hydration of the organism
. For its part, the creams are thicker and use vegetables as a star ingredient, so we get children to eat vegetables. - Meat soup.The classic soup is made with chicken broth to which some vegetables are added and consistency is provided with pasta, which can be in the form of noodles, stars, letters, etc. to make children more fun.
- Fish soup. Because fish is one of the
staple foods of a healthy and balanced diet, fish soup is ideal because it is a good way to include fish without the danger of spines for the little ones. - Vegetable soup. Although vegetables often accompany all kinds of soups, there are soups that are mainly made
with vegetables sin, without any meat or fish. If you also add rice instead of pasta, the vegetable soup will be the most nutritious and delicious. - Creams with milk. Most creams get their highest consistency thanks tomilk or cheese
. It starts from the same base as in vegetable soup but giving a special role to a particular vegetable, which can be broccoli, leeks or whatever you have on hand in the fridge. - Creams without milk. For children with lactose intolerance or if you want the cream to be lighter, it can also be made without milk. By adding a littlepotato
to the star ingredient of the cream, you will achieve the thickness you need. - Cold creams. Soups and creams are also for summer. You can make delicious and refreshing creams with fruits like melon or orange, but also with vegetables. Although the cold cream par excellence is the gazpacho
, let your imagination fly and use any type of vegetable you have at home. Laura Vélez. Editor of Guiainfantil.com