Cream of Mushroom Soup

I usually don’t post many things that aren’t made with sugar. There are a few exceptions every now and then though because some things are so delicious that I have to share them with you, regardless of whether they’re cake or not.

Cream of mushroom soup with leeks and cremini mushrooms, topped with baby onion sprouts. The MOST AMAZING mushroom soup you will ever have, guaranteed. Click for the recipe.

The funny thing is that this soup is in fact made with a lot of butter. It has flour too. Mushrooms. White wine. Leeks. It’s perfect on a cold winter day or really any Canadian day. I added baby onion sprouts on top to add a little bit of a crunch, but they’re entirely optional. The soup is great with or without them.

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