Children’s bean soup

Children's bean soup

It is a reality that if you teach your children to eat well from the beginning and set an example for them, they will eat well and follow in your footsteps.

It’s a fact that there are always dishes they like more than others. Because like every person, every child also has their own tastes and preferences.

Soups are always something that the little ones in the house love, because they are rich and because they can be the sea of fun. Beyond the typical noodle soup, there are endless, different and healthy options you can make at home. With shaped pasta, stars, letters, dots, with legumes, with vegetables…

A good and complete combination is this one that we present to you today, animal pasta, which you will love, and white beans, a dish with complete proteins and carbohydrates.

Besides, this soup tastes like pizza! The combination of tomato, basil and cheese gives it a delicious flavour, so the little ones will have no excuse that they do not like the taste.

In addition we assure you that they will find it very fun “fishing” animals with the spoon and identifying what each one is.

In addition, a warm soup at night, always feels great, and if you want them to get a little distracted, you can get them to cook it with you, you will turn dinner time into a really magical moment, a time when you can enjoy a different activity as a family, and with which they will learn the values and manners around the table.



  • 200g Luengo Cooked Bean
  • 150g Animal-shaped Children’s Pasta
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 Garlic Clove
  • 1/2 Onion, finely chopped
  • 2 Ripe Tomatoes, grated
  • Freshly Ground Black Pepper
  • 1 Bunch Fresh Basil
  • 1 ltr Chicken Stock, homemade is always better if you have the time
  • 100g Diced Cheddar Cheese
  • Salt



In a large saucepan, drizzle a little extra virgin olive oil, sauté the garlic and onion until translucent, add the grated tomatoes and simmer for a few more minutes.


Add the Basil as a bouquet, add the 1 ltr of chicken broth.


When the broth starts to boil, stir in the animal-shaped paste and let cook according to the manufacturer’s instructions.


Add the beans a couple of minutes before the pasta has finished cooking.


Pour in the cheddar cheese and take off the heat.


Serve the soup in the bowls.