I have a kale soup recipe and I have another sweet potato soup with curry, but this recipe combines the kale and the sweet potatoes into a healthy vegetable soup recipe of its own. You can also puree this soup if you want and I think it helps blend the flavors of it into a . . . → Read More: Sweet Potato Soup Recipe With Kale, Cumin, and Lemon
Have I told you how much I like to make soup? Now that asparagus is in season and I have a new immersion blender, this soup seemed perfect for me to try. It did not disappoint. I have another asparagus soup recipe with brown rice that is also delicious. Try them both and let me know . . . → Read More: Cream Of Asparagus Soup Recipe – Another Green Soup
You can call it spinach soup or kale soup. Our family calls it green soup because of it’s beautiful green color. It is so smooth and colorful in the bowl, especially after it is pureed. That is another thing. If you are going to be making a lot of soup, invest in an immersion blender. I . . . → Read More: A Kale Soup Recipe With Spinach Also Known As Green Soup
I am Irish, so I am imaging that all potato soup recipes originated in Ireland. Even if that is not true, everyone can make potato soup. All of the ingredients to this soup can be found in your pantry or kitchen anytime of the year.
I also live in Minnesota where the soup season is as long . . . → Read More: Healthy Potato Soup Recipe
My husband and I love baked sweet potatoes and they are a healthy addition to this wild rice soup recipe. Who doesn’t like coconut milk and the exotic flavor that it gives food especially when adding some curry powder along with it. With all the spices coming together it tasted like a mix between Thai and . . . → Read More: Sweet Potato Soup With Coconut Curry and Wild Rice
We live in Minnesota, the home of wild rice soup recipes. We are always looking for more options to cook wild rice. If it is not in a casserole, it might be in pancakes. I had some really delicious wild rice pancakes the other day at a restaurant. You would think that they would be heavy . . . → Read More: Asparagus Soup With Kale and Brown and Wild Rice
For those of you who do not have any Italian heritage, the cannellini bean is a form of white bean which is similar to the kidney bean and is grown in central and southern Italy. Putting cannellini beans in your soup makes it an Italian soup. Everything with Italian in the name tastes better.
This Italian soup . . . → Read More: Tuscan Cannellini and Kale Soup is Great Italian Soup
This is a soup that has many variations. You can leave the meat out and it will easily make a great vegetarian gumbo soup. You can use shrimp and substitute file for okra to make a shrimp gumbo recipe. Some people will add chicken to this one also. I fixed this soup for our special Christmas . . . → Read More: Delicious Chicken Gumbo Recipe
I love sweet potatoes fries. I was thrilled to find another way to cook this very healthy sweet potato soup recipe. Not only is it healthy, but it is also a very easy sweet potato soup recipe and it has one of my favorite spices in it, curry.
I looked at the original recipe and I tweaked . . . → Read More: Healthy and Easy Sweet Potato Soup Recipe With Curry
Minnesota is the home of wild rice soup recipes because this is where they harvest the wild rice from canoes in the rice paddies on the lakes. Wild rice has a nutty and crunchy taste to it and is much healthier for you because it is unprocessed. You even have to wash the rice in this . . . → Read More: The Best Creamy Chicken Wild Rice Soup Recipe With Mushrooms
We were raised in the Midwest and never heard of chickpeas. Come to find out, chickpeas go way back to more than 7500 years ago when remains were found in the Mideast.
And that is where they are grown. Also known as garbanzo beans, they are used in hummus. That may be where you are most familiar . . . → Read More: Italian Chickpea Pasta Soup Recipe With Rosemary That is Easy to Make
Our Christmas “traditions” have evolved as our children have grown and become adult children. The festivities around Christmas Eve have changed to include more of an emphasis on conversation and food. The opening of the presents, while still very important to the grandchildren, has become almost secondary.
One of our “new traditions” is now having a soup . . . → Read More: Spicy Thai Soup Recipe
Many of the soups that we make, like our Zucchini Soup Recipe, call for vegetable broth. It is easy to make, if you have the time. You can flavor it the way that you want. It is lower in sodium content. You can freeze it so that you can hold it over from the garden season . . . → Read More: How to Make a Vegetable Stock From Scratch
Everything in this zucchini vegetable soup came from our garden except the olive oil.
This is one of our healthiest soups because we have an organic garden in the back yard. It doesn’t have the huge sodium content that the store bought soups have. I don’t have to worry about additives or pesticides. The best vegetable soups . . . → Read More: An Easy Zucchini Soup Recipe From the Garden
It is autumn and time to break out those favorite baked butternut squash recipes.
The best way for me to eat my butternut squash is in a soup. When I was growing up, I thought these squash and the pumpkins were just for decoration. Others in the family have always eaten baked squash of all kinds, but . . . → Read More: Add Apples to Your Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
This vegetable soup recipe has all of the ingredients for a healthy bowl of medicine. As a matter of fact, it is one of the best and most delicious ways to eat your medicine.
Kale contains generous amounts of carotenoids which are proven to reduce the risks of cancer. It also contains lutein and zeaxanthin, two carotenoids . . . → Read More: Creamy Wild Rice Mushroom Soup with Kale
I love making soup. No matter what recipe you use, especially if you are making a vegetable soup recipe, the soup always turns out different, depending on what you have in season, and depending on what you season it with. The other nice thing about soup is that you can make it in a large batch . . . → Read More: My Favorite Vegetable Soup is My Carrot Soup Recipe