Warm up this winter with a delicious bowl of Idahoan® Premium Steakhouse® Loaded Potato Soup in a Pretzel Bowl. I’m sharing this post in partnership with Idahoan® Foods and their Idahoan® Premium Steakhouse® Potato Soups, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
We have experienced quite a cold snap here in Oklahoma this past week and it’s just downright chilly! I’ll admit though, we spent the past week in Michigan and we certainly do not compare to the cold they experience there. I would just not make it; however, living in Florida sure does sound nice during the winter. In the midst of all the cold weather, a delicious soup is just what you need to warm up; my family relies on Idahoan® Premium Steakhouse® Potato Soups for a great comfort meal.
My son literally begs for Idahoan Steakhouse Soups almost every single night. Now, I would say considering he is a very picky eater, I was pretty impressed. I even found some of these in individual size that you could take to work for lunch. How brilliant is that? These soups come in a variety of flavors – including Creamy Potato, Loaded Potato, Three Cheese Chipotle and Broccoli Cheddar – and we have tried them all and love each of them. My favorite part is that I can literally make this in about 5 minutes and pair it with a tasty side and we have dinner ready to go! This past week, I made the soup as instructed on the package, but I decided to buy some pretzels buns to use as bowls. Now, all you need to do is cut the center out of the pretzel bun, leave the bottom portion and then pour the soup right into the pretzel bowl. My husband was in awe at how tasty this was, it was perfect to eat right by the fire on a cold, winters night.
Now, I’m already stocking up on more of these soups to have on hand throughout the winter especially on snowy days. It’s just one of those soups that makes you think of home, it’s the ultimate comfort food.
Did you know this month is National Soup Month? It is! The best way to celebrate is to warm up with a delicious bowl of soup. I may be a little biased but serving it in a pretzel bowl is certainly the way to do it.
Now, you can also use the pretzel bun for dipping too, it’s very versatile and tasty either way. Enjoy this delicious meal, plus Be sure to follow along with @IdahoanFoods with this hashtag #IdahoanSteakhouseSoups for more great ideas and ways to serve!