Chicken Corn Chowder

It’s finally Fall and the weather is starting to cool down here in South Georgia. It’s the perfect temperature if only it will stay this way before getting entirely too cold too soon. Some of my favorite things about Fall include the cool, crisp air, the changing colors of the leaves, watching football, visiting pumpkin patches, and fall festivals.

The mountains are just perfect in the Fall, as you can see in the picture below. Such a beautiful landscape that I wish I could soak up forever! I love seeing the leaves changing colors and luckily I will get to see this same view in just two weeks!

mountain view

Of course with two littles, pumpkin patches are always a must this time of  year. Usually those include hay rides, petting zoos, and picking out the perfect pumpkin x 4.

pumpkin patch

And then there’s the Fall festivals. Usually we have several to attend and it’s always a fun time for everyone between the games, rides, face painting, and yummy foods!

fall festivals

Another favorite thing of mine about Fall is eating delicious soups! Now I know you can eat soup year-round, but the moment it gets just the slightest chill in the air is when we typically start breaking out the soups. One of my favorite soups is Progresso’s Rich & Hearty Chicken Corn Chowder that’s flavored with bacon. I mean, everything’s  better with bacon, if you ask me!


Progresso soups have definitely become my go-to when I’m craving a rich & hearty soup that doesn’t require a lot of work. I love that they are gluten-free and offer a variety of choices! Choose from Traditional flavors or Rich & Hearty – you won’t be disappointed! Simply heat up and you’re ready to enjoy! It doesn’t get any easier than that!
chicken corn chowder
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