This dish is completely customizable! You can substitute any legume, greens or grains with whatever’s in your pantry, or, to your preference!
Enjoy this tasty, filling Italian soup all year long. Let it warm you up in the fall and winter, and fill it with fresh garden veggies in the summer.
Split peas are high in fiber, which can help decrease cholesterol, normalize blood sugars and help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight. All of these things, in turn, support a healthy heart.
Make this creamy, comforting soup without worrying about added dairy. This recipe calls for cashews rather than heavy cream or butter you typically find in similar offerings.
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Creamy chowder is delicious on a cold day, and this recipe with fresh steamed clams makes it even more satisfying. (But you can also use canned clams if you can’t get your hands on fresh ones.) Prep up to one day in advance for a real time-saver. And for a dairy-free version, feel free to use olive oil or coconut oil instead of grass-fed butter.
If the winter weather has you down, why not take a little trip to Mexico? This slow-cooker recipe, inspired by a traditional Mexican soup, packs in phytonutrients and a bright, belly-warming flavor that tastes like pure sunshine.
Chicken soup doesn’t always have to be chicken noodle. Here we’ve swapped in escarole instead for added folic acid, fiber, and vitamins A and K.
For lunch or a simple week-night dinner, it will delight your taste buds, nourish you, and warm you from the inside out.
A satisfying and healthy option for your next dinner. This cool and creamy soup provides a unique blend of flavor.
This dish comes with a smoky kick on top of being filled with essential vitamins and minerals.