Slow Cooker Kale Turkey Soup is made with white beans and lean ground turkey. It’s a healthy, gluten free recipe that’s easy to make in a crock pot!
Crock pot soups are my jam! They’re so easy to toss together in the morning and such a delicious dinner to come home to!
Taco Soup is one of my childhood favorites, that I continue to make over and over again! And Kurt requests this French Onion Meatball Soup almost every week. But when it comes to a soup that’s light and flavorful, this Turkey Kale Soup is my go-to!
Lean ground turkey, fresh kale, diced onions and cannellini beans keep this soup light and healthy. While oregano, fennel seeds, garlic, salt and pepper add delicious flavor!
Serving this soup with a warm and crusty baguette for dipping is totally optional, but highly recommended!
Creamy vegetarian Tomato Spinach Tortellini Soup is made with refrigerated cheese tortellini cooked in a creamy, cheesy tomato sauce. It’s made in just 15 minutes for a quick and easy Italian soup recipe!
One of the things you’ll always find in my freezer is a bag of refrigerated cheese tortellini. It can be cooked straight out of the freezer in just a few minutes and turned into an easy weeknight meal!
Today I’m incorporating the delicious tortellini into a new scrumptious soup recipe that’s made in just 15 minutes! That’s right creamy, cheesy tomato basil tortellini soup is made from start to finish in under 30 minutes.
That’s less time than watching an episode of Friends on Netflix! And it’s so easy, you can totally catch up with Ross, Rachel and the whole gang while preparing this soup!
My family loved this soup recipe so much. Kurt has already requested I make it again this week! I know you’re family is going to love this great recipe too!
Greek food is a type of Mediterranean cuisine and therefore focuses on fresh vegetables, olive oil, pasta and herbs. You’ll find lemon juice, oregano, onions and tomatoes in most greek dishes, including this Greek Turkey Soup!
A serving of this soup is only 461 calories and packs in 44 grams of protein! And one serving can easily be eaten as a meal.
This soup is delicious reheated. Toss it in the crockpot on Sunday or Monday, then eat it throughout the week for a healthy, delicious meal!
Whenever we go out for dinner, there’s an 8 out of 10 chance I’m going to try to convince Kurt to go to Koon Thai. It’s my favorite Thai restaurant and one of my overall favorite restaurants in San Diego!
They make the most delicious pan fried roti bread, curries and noodle dishes. They also make the best Tom Kha soup I’ve ever had! After our last visit, I decided it was time to try making my own Tom Kha soup at home.
What is Tom Kha Soup?
Tom Kha soup is a Thai coconut soup. It’s made with coconut milk, lemongrass, Thai chili peppers, cilantro, mushrooms, fish sauce and lime juice. While it’s typically made with chicken, you can also find versions with shrimp, pork or tofu.
What is the difference between Tom Kha and Tom Yum Soup?
Tom Yum Soup is made with a base of boiled meat, such as shrimp or pork, water and herbs. It is sour and spicy in flavor. Tom Kha Soup is made with a coconut milk base and is more sweet and spicy in flavor, than sour.
This recipe for Pasta Fagioli soup is a delicious, gluten free copycat of the Olive Garden favorite. It’s easily made in a slow cooker or Instant Pot!
Growing up in Oklahoma, we’d drive to “the city” AKA Oklahoma City to go to Olive Garden on special occasions. (Because we fancy like that! 😉 ) My favorite thing was their pasta fagioli soup and breadsticks.
The soup name translates to “pasta and beans”, which means it’s usually not gluten free. If you switch out traditional pasta for gluten free pasta, then you’ve got a delicious gluten free spin on a classic Italian soup!
Ground turkey and three kinds of beans are added to one pot to make this protein packed, easy and healthy turkey taco soup recipe, made in only 29 minutes!
Todays post is sponsored by my friends at USA Pulses & Pulse Canada!
I don’t know about y’all, but this time of year, I’m always looking for healthy weeknight meals to throw in amongst the weekend holiday parties filled with cheese plates, cookies and cocktails!
Since this is also the busiest time of the year, I’m also looking for meals that are quick and easy! This One Pot Turkey Taco Soup happens to fit the bill for both a healthy meal, that’s also quick and easy!
Chai Spiced Butternut Squash Soup is a delicious vegan & gluten free recipe made in under 45 minutes that’s perfect for staying warm & healthy during the winter months!
It’s September y’all, which means fall and winter are right around the corner. With the change of season, also comes cold and flu season, but don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with the most perfectly delicious keep-you-healthy-warm-you-up soup you’ve ever tried!
This soup is PACKED with antioxidants and vitamins! Each serving provides 482.2% of your daily vitamin A needs, yup almost 500 PERCENT and 62.5% daily vitamin C needs.
Roasted cherry tomatoes, garlic and onions are pureed into a vegan and gluten free tomato soup recipe, that’s so easy to make in only 29 minutes!
I love roasted cherry tomatoes! Like seriously, in love with these flavorful little bursts of sunshine! I love them on steak, in casseroles and on bruschetta!
After making Roasted Sweet Potato Soup earlier this winter, I got the idea to make Roasted Tomato Soup! Genius, right? Flavorful roasted tomatoes pureed into a warm, comforting soup, perfect for dunking your favorite grilled cheese sandwich into!
For my Housewarming party last weekend I went with a new menu planning approach. I went to the grocery store with no list, no ideas and simply let the ingredients do the planning for me.
I arrived home with two giant bags of potatoes. Potatoes are an excellent way to feed a lot of people on a budget. One three-pound bag of potatoes was $.99. You just don’t see those kind of prices anymore!
Then it was time to decide what I was going to do with those potatoes! I knew I wanted to make a couple of crockpot recipes for the party as they’re easy to put on in the morning and ready when guests arrive. That was when I got the idea for baked potato soup. Of course it had to be Italian style as that was the theme of the party!
The result was a creamy, rich, flavorful soup that would be perfect for upcoming fall evenings and cold winter weekends!
3 lbs potatoes
1 onion (chopped)
10 cloves garlic (minced)
8 cups chicken stock
1 tbsp rosemary
1 tbsp thyme
1 cup milk
1 cup sour cream
4 tbsp butter
½ cup diced pancetta
1 cup mozzarella cheese
½ cup parmesan cheese
Start by dicing the potatoes into cubes.
Next, add the potatoes, onions and garlic into the crock pot.
Then pour in the chicken stock. There should be just enough chicken stock to cover the potatoes.
Next add in the thyme and rosemary.
Cook on high for 4-5 hours or until potatoes are soft when poked with a fork.
Ladle out 2 cups of the chicken stock.
Pour in the milk, sour cream and butter and blend with an immersion blender or hand mixer.
Stir in the mozzarella, parmesan and pancetta.
Cook on low for an additional 2 hours.
This is one of those recipes that makes the whole house smell like rosemary thyme amazingness!