Today is my birthday, you would think that I would post a complicated and fabulous dessert, but I like to take it easy on my day! This is a very simple recipe from the stack that I jotted down while sitting with my niece in the hospital. Therefore, I don't know what magazine it was from. I'll add the credit if someone has it. I usually take pictures while I'm cooking, but sometimes I get busy and forget. This was one of those times. It is so simple to make, step by step pictures aren't even necessary. I didn't expect much from this soup. It was too easy and the ingredients were a bit too "prepared" for my usual taste. I was pleasantly surprised. I still love soups that simmer all day long, but when you want something "homemade" in a hurry...this one works!
1 can reduced fat Cream of Celery Soup (don't buy Wal-Mart brand)
1 1/2 cups skim milk
1 can whole kernal corn, drained
1 can cream style corn
1/2 c. (I used a cup or so) cubed, fully cooked ham
2 T. dried minced onion (optional)
2 T. chopped fresh parsley (optional)
1 can cooked white potatoes (diced)
Sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese to garnish if desired.
Combine soup and milk. Add everything but the potatoes and bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes. Add potatoes and heat all the way through. Dip into bowls and garnish.
*note-I had never bought potatoes in a can before, but really in this recipe I couldn't tell a difference.
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Happy B-Day Sue! This looks like a nice week night meal! Have a great Halloween Weekend:@)
Happy Birthday my sweet friend! AND thanks for sharing this recipe. You know the cold weather can sneak up on us here is Florida with no warning and quick & easy soup recipe is a good thing to have around. I hope you have a wonderful day, full of love and laughter.
Birthday Hugs coming at you!
Happy Birthday Sweetie...
Happy Birthday to you. Hope you have a fun-filled day with lots of treasures in many corners filled with happiness just for you.
This recipe looks fabulous. I am going to have to give it a try. It is so wonderful to try new ones, and the quickies are just the best. Mmmmm good.
Have a beautiful birthday and do something fun. Many hugs and SO much love, Sherry
P.S. (Your new box is going in the mail today, I will special deliver it, and your box was gorgeous. I sat and opened with tears in my eyes. Many little treasures and so much work. I hope you will enjoy yours as well. I promise it will take your breath away. I am waiting to share mine when you receive yours. Keep me posted sweetie.) The day I dropped your first box and it broke, I cried and cried. Yours is wood. I had to go back and purchase another one. I want it to last for a good long time.)
You will find a few birthday items tucked in as well. Many hugs sweetie and so much love, Sherry
The chowder looks and sounds good - Thanks for sharing the recipe.I made need to make a pot of soup or chili this weekend.
Have a great day!
Looks good ...even at 7:30am....hugs fo a great day...yummmmm cheese! xoxo
Just the thing for a rainy fall day - that, and a cosy quilt and a good costume drama on TV.
Happy birthday! I'm a big believer on taking it easy on your special day!
Hey Sue, just read your comment, I put on the music and I am humming and diving in!!! Thanks for stopping by and always leaving me a comment you are the BEST!! Kathysue
PS we Sue's must stick together
Happiest Birthday, dear heart. I hope this is one of the very best..
Thanks bunches for this lovely recipe.. I made a big pot of LOADED BAKED POTATO soup last night with Hot Water Cornbread and Mr. Sweet and I just almost made ourselves sick, it was so good. We love soups...
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Hope you are enjoying your day.
WOW! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! And isn't it so nice of you to share a recipe on YOUR birthday?! I copied the recipe, it looks easy AND delicious. Thanks for sharing, and have a great birthday weekend, you deserve it!
Sue, Hap -- py Belated Birthday and guess what YOU ARE THE WINNER OF THE CSN CONTEST! I hope this makes your birthday time a little sweeter! Joni
awww... Happy Birthday! That looks yummmeee.
I will have cake on my birthday because my Sweetie wants cake :))
First Happy Birthday! Hope it was a grand day! Thanks for sharing the soup recipe... I copied it and hope to make it this coming week. Sounds good! Thanks for stopping by!! Hugs!
Happy Birthday one day late Sue!!
What a great recipe you have shared!
I hope you had a fabulous day as well!
We grew up eating canned potatoes and we love them. As a matter of fact, whenever I serve them, people are always surprised to hear they came out of a can (I doctor them up a bit). Thanks for the soup recipe - I'm going to give it a try.
PS - HAPPY BIRTHDAY
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I can just see you and your witchy lady in that hospital bed. hahhhaaa..
I love your mom and dad's sense of humor.:)
Happy Birthday my Dear friend...and YUM!! on the soup...Many hugs to you girl...Hows your daddy doing...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria
Happy belated birthday! Hope you had a wonderful day. The chowder sounds comforting and just what the cooler weather ordered.
Happy Belated Birthday my friend!
I hope the day was relaxing and full of all the things you love!
Sorry I missed it, but Happy Birthday.
I was crazy busy trying to get the girls costumes together at the last minute. Going to have to try this because I love chowders, just never had ham and corn.
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Belated happiness to you!
I'll be leaving out the piggie, but the rest of the ingredients are either in the fridge or on my list for market :-) Always have steamed potatoes on hand for quick hashbrowns, soup, etc... have never tried canned either.
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