Tag: soup

Adrenal Fatigue Recovery Soup

Looking at the ingredients, this adrenal fatigue recovery soup may not seem like the most delicious soup ever. But once you try it, you’ll quickly be won over. Not only is this soup delicious, it supports and restores you’re adrenal system. Did you know that something like 80% of adults suffer from adrenal fatigue at some point? Our body uses adrenaline for more than just extreme fight or flight responses we read in books. Mental […]

January 6, 2017
Immune Boosting Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle soup is a classic. Whether it’s a cold, wet day or you’re coming down with a cold, chicken noodle soup is a great remedy when made with organic bone broth (so easy to make at home!). The immune boosting properties of bone broth are from minerals (both rare and some common in our diets) in a form your body can absorb (thanks to the cartilage). We’ve taken everyone’s favorite and filled it with […]

November 29, 2016
Taco Soup

Love tacos but don’t have time to chop and dice and prepare all the toppings? Taco soup is an easy alternative with all the flavor and half the hassle. The soup is also more convenient for lunch at work without worrying about taco shells or tortillas getting soggy. While it may resemble a chili, Taco Soup is lighter with a distinctly different flavor, especially if you add the green chiles and green salsa. (The green […]

October 18, 2016
Chicken Minestrone Soup

As the months get cooler, it’s time to break out the crock-pot and start enjoying soups. This Chicken Minestrone Soup is a great balance of protein, vegetables and flavor! Plus, it’s an easy to prepare meal on a busy day. We’ve written it with gluten-free, dairy-free and paleo options though it’s easy to modify for more traditional diets. It’s great for lunch, dinner or left-overs (though there won’t be many) on a cool fall day! […]

September 20, 2016

Mix and match your favorite flavors with this simple vegetable soup. Different combinations of vegetables create a slightly different flavor every time. And it’s simple to use seasonal ingredients without having a dozen distinct recipes. Modifications Once again, I left the original recipe with chopped onion, but I actually cook it with minced onion (or leave it out altogether). I’m actually not a fan of onions but I know most people like to cook with […]

August 30, 2016