The Most Delicious Inedible Soup Recipe EVER

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Soup

The soup is ON!

Fall is here! Time for Halloween, Thanksgiving and for my mom to relentlessly harp on me to put on a sweater.

What better time for some nice soup? Here’s a delicious batch I made the other day. Of course, even though my recipe contains no transfat, partially hydrogenated oils or even food for that matter, my mom still refused to take a bite. Whatever. More for me.

Here’s my recipe:

Ingredients:
-6 or 12 containers of water
-2 handfuls of mud
-287 crayons, broken
-8 pipe cleaners
-One tube of glitter glue
-5 pieces sidewalk chalk
-7 rocks
-2 clumps of rose petals  (pulled right of the stem)
Optional: rusty nails, paperclips, or a cigarette butt found on the sidewalk in front of your house.

Directions: Pour bathroom water  into a bowl  you’re not supposed to use. (be sure to drip water throughout the house before you pour it) Take all ingredients and hurl them into the bowl.  Stir vigorously until all ingredients splash out onto the dry cleaning your mom just brought home.

Prep Time:
Until your mom stops you.

Serves:
2 dolls, 3 stuffed animals and a multitude of ants.

Clean Up Time:
Hell if I know. My mom cleaned up. I think it took her a couple hours

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Author: Lily

4 year old blogger

5 thoughts on “The Most Delicious Inedible Soup Recipe EVER

  1. This looks so tasty Lily. Can’t wait to see more of your culinary genius and read more of your blog in general. So glad I stumbled across it.

    Just off to Tweet about you now!

  2. I’ve tried this recipe with sand rather than mud. It offers those of us who are mud intolerant a delicious alternative, and I’ve found that my stuffed giraffe will gobble up any extras. Plus when the sand dries it is IMPOSSIBLE for my mom to get it out of the house, bed, my hair, etc!

  3. Lily,

    Adore your soup recipe. I’m having a high tea and am looking for a great mud pie recipe….do you have one in your repertoire you’re willing to share?

  4. I make something similar, but mine is actually poisonous, and perfect for serving to wicked witches or moms.

  5. haha! Laurie

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