Lets face it, we’re busy and we don’t always have time to make dinner. Time to dust off your slow-cooker! This recipe couldn’t be easier and it will set you up for easy soup later on. Serves 4 plus leftovers.
Barley adds a nutty, hearty flavor with health benefits that make it even better. This soup is both robust and flavorful. Serves 6
Making stock is a terrific way to use up every part of your leftover poultry. Nothing is wasted and that saves you money. It’s easy to prepare and can be stored in your freezer for months. Makes 4 cups.
The ultimate one-pot dinner –fast and easy with all the ingredients for a healthy-heart. Serve with a leafy green salad. Serves 4.
Here we take one of the best-loved summer cold soups and re-invent it for winter pleasure. Get your Omega-3’s and the healthy goodness of tomatoes all at the same time.
This healthy updated version of the classic gazpacho is a refreshing menu option for warm summer days.
You’ll love homemade turkey stock. And it will make you feel good to make it because you can use what’s in your refrigerator as well as leftover turkey bones. The secret ingredient here is the yam. Once you taste the combination with the lemon, it will be your secret as well. Makes 4 cups.
Take the chill off with this great cold-weather recipe. It’s a good use for the frozen peas—and any other veggies—in your freezer. Make a batch on the weekend to have ready for simple week-night meals. Serve with a wedge of hard cheese and slice of dark bread—or a simple green salad. Serves 4.
Everyone needs a basic chili recipe for big gatherings. Here’s ours. What’s fun about this one is that it’s heart healthy and guilt-free, so make extra for second helpings! Serves 4.
Make Popeye proud! This satisfying soup is ready faster than you can say “I am what I am!” Fresh spinach, low in calories and high in phytonutrients, protein-packed beans and dashes of cinnamon and cumin make this soup super delish! Add depth with fire-roasted tomatoes or smoked paprika. Serves 4.