We all love chicken broths. They’re nutritious and tasty and can work wonders when we’re down with the flu. Chicken broths are a bit harder to prepare than any other type of broth, but it’s worth it. They taste like nothing else and can be bolstered with veggies for a richer flavor and nutritional profile.
Vegetable broths are great for children. They have all the vitamins and nutrients kiddies need and can be prepare in just a short time. Veggie broths are much easier to prepare as well. You don’t need to be a kitchen whiz for them – just cook some veggies in water, season the broth and bring it to a boil.
You can add a bit of chicken in such a broth to make things even better. This will add even more essential nutrients to the soup and make it taste all the much better.
Here’s a simple vegetable broth with chicken you can try to prepare for your kid. Once they try it, they’ll never find another type of broth as tasty as this one.
- 100 gr. spinach
- 100 gr. pumpkin
- 100 gr. carrots
- 500 ml. water
- 10 gr. butter
- 30 gr. chicken meat
(serves 2 bowls)
Pour the water in a pot and let it to boil. In the meantime, wash the veggies nicely and chop them up. Put them in the boiling water and lower the heat to medium. Add the chicken meat as well and leave the broth to boil.
As soon as the veggies are nicely soft, blend them, and your broth is ready. Use a baby spoon to feed your baby – we promise you they’ll love it!
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