These warms days with chilly nights make a late night soup meal outside the perfect way to end a day! Sometimes, it is a good idea to eat late and let the kids eat early. A simple meal with some good food can make a great mid-week date-away for you and the hubby!
Mommy Moments with Abby's review of Dei Fratelli Gluten Free Tomato Soup:
I love tomato soup. Usually I eat it during the winter with some yummy grilled cheese! I decided to try something different and have it as a late night dinner. I added my own twist with some home grown rosemary and basil from the garden out front. I grabbed some foccacia bread from the grocery store that I brushed some olive oil on top of so the seasons( rosemary, garlic, basil, thyme, and oregano) and cooked it for about 15 min. Then I Cut it in triangle slices and it made a great side to the meal. Put some tossed salad in a bowl to go with it and you have a great cool night outside with the hubby meal! I loved how the soup had a real tomato taste, that fresh from the garden tomato taste. It was perfect! The crisp air outside, a quiet night, good company, and a good meal. Tell me what your perfect tomato soup pairing would be in a comment!
Loaded with a true tomato flavor. Our soup has a nice zesty flavor that will keep you coming back for more -- and is one of the very few condensed tomato soups that is 100% gluten free!I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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