Cream of Anything

So I was scrolling through Pinterest the other day and I came upon a recipe for Cream of Anything. Intrigued, I clicked on the link to see what it was all about. To my joy, I discovered it was a dry mix recipe for a soup base. Basically you can turn this stuff into any of the cream of soups by just adding whatever you want to the base. So say if you wanted cream of mushroom, just add mushrooms. Cream of asparagus? Add asparagus. You get the picture. I cook a lot of casseroles and a lot of them require a cream of some sort of soup, so I figured this could work out wonderfully!

The ingredients I used.

It went together super easy. I just crushed up my bullion cubes until I had enough. After that, it was just measure, mix, and voila!  soup mix!

Finished mix. No nifty glass jar here.

According to the directions 1/3 cup mix + 1 1/4 cups water = 1 can of cream of whatever soup. Click the link below and check it out!

Cream of Anything Soup Recipe

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One thought on “Cream of Anything

  1. hippiemama3 June 19, 2015 / 11:42 am

    This is awesome!! I keep seeing this recipe, I’m going to have to try it.


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