What are the best Fall/Winter soups that can be made the day before serving to a crowd?

  • Posted by: Jenn2323
  • November 10, 2012
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kimhw November 10, 2012
Creamy chicken and wild rice.
Or make mini pot pies, use crescent dough over mini pans or pot pie. They only take about 10 minutes in the oven.
But my favorite for kids birthday parties are make your own pizza.
Make dough a day or two before. Roll out and stack with layers of parchment. Remember these are personal pizzas. Freeze.
Have a variety or sauces and toppings, again most can be chopped or cooked in advance. Pesto, red sauce and a creamy garlic are my favorite sauces, a mix if veggies and meats. Then cheese. Have a few basics precook for hungery little guys. Crank the oven to 400 and let everyone go crazy.
 
drbabs November 10, 2012
Have you made this? http://food52.com/recipes/11904_broccoli_apple_soup
It's fabulous. It freezes well, too.
 
Jenn2323 November 10, 2012
I am hosting a Sunday afternoon 1st Birthday party in December. I will have 25 adults and 12 children.
 
Greenstuff November 10, 2012
How big is your crowd, and is the soup a started or a main course? Lunch or dinner? Meat or no meat?
 
gravy L. November 10, 2012
My current favorite is Melissa Clark's, Red Lentil Soup with Lemon. It's perfect for entertaining. I also freeze it in individual containers for lunch.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/09/dining/091arex.html?ref=dining
 
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