This soup tip requires so little work that we can't even call it a recipe. But just because it's a cinch to make doesn't mean your child won't love it. When we fed this to Ruby, she couldn't shovel the pasta in her mouth quickly enough.
The key is the pasta. First, pick a fun, bite-sized pasta. We like Severino's ABC 123 pasta, but any shape that your kid likes best will do. Then, you'll cook this pasta twice - partially in water as you normally would, and then finished in the soup. Finishing the pasta in the soup allows it to absorb the liquid and flavors of the soup. The will result in a soup thick enough for little kids to eat with ease.
There's only one warning with this: your child might not want to eat anything else!
2 cups dried pasta
1 pouch Good Stock's Roasted Tomato Soup
1. Bring a pot of water to boil for the pasta.
2. Begin reheating the Roasted Tomato Soup on low in a saucepan with the cover on.
3. Cook pasta but stop well before al dente. Meaning, when you try the pasta, it should be undercooked to a degree that you wouldn't eat it. This should take about 5-7 minutes. Drain pasta.
4. Add pasta to the tomato soup, and cook, covered, for a few more minutes. The pasta will be ready when it's soft and has absorbed some of the soup. Allow to cool to a suitable temperature before serving.