This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bear Creek® Soup Mixes.
Hey y’all! Do you feel that crisp fall air? Can you smell the briskness of the evenings? Can you hear the crunch of the fallen leaves? And can you taste the hearty comforting meals fall brings?
Fall is my favorite season and I love the food that comes with it. Hearty, warming soups and stews, yum!
Bear Creek has been creating delicious, comforting dry soup mixes to warm up those chilly nights for over 20 years. They are my go to for making fabulous soup in no time anytime I want to serve up some steamy bowls of warmth to my family.
Bear Creek uses only the highest quality ingredients and their own special blend of spices to create satisfying, flavorful soup just like mom used to make.
I keep their soup mix on hand and create wonderful meals with them just by adding a soup or sandwich (grilled cheese anyone?) I also like to jazz them up by adding different veggies and toppings.
I love that Bear Creek Soup mixes are available in family size bags for when I need to feed the whole gang or convenient, individual-sized to-go bowls when it’s just me for lunch.
The best part about Bear Creek soup mixes is they only take 20 minutes to make!
Twenty minutes and you have got dinner on the table! Twenty minutes and you’ve got soup that tastes like it took all day!
I am in love with all their soups but today I am going to show you how I use their Darn Good Chili mix to create a childhood favorite of mine, goulash. My grandma would make this for us all the time and I just love it!
All I do is add some tomato sauce, ground hamburger and noodles to Bear Creek Darn Good Chili mix and let it all cook together for 20 minutes and I have a hearty goulash that really hits the spot!
Easy Goulash with Bear Creek Soups
- 1 family sized Bear Creek Darn Good Chili Mix
- 1 1/2 cups tomato sauce
- 5 cups water
- 3 cups noodles
- 1-pound ground beef
- In a large skillet brown and drain your hamburger
- To the hamburger add your tomato sauce, water, soup mix and noodles.
- Bring to a boil.
- Cover and reduce heat to low for 20 minutes.
- Serve with cheese on top!
This goulash is just the thing to warm up those fall evenings. So stock your pantry with Bear Creekand you too can make a yummy dinner like this or any of their other amazing soups!!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bear Creek Country Kitchens®.