Avocado Zucchini Soup

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This refreshingly cool soup boasts crisp zucchini and creamy avocado. Fiber from summer squash and the avocado’s healthy monounsaturated fat help you fill up and stay fuller longer. The vegetable broth and onion base, along with creamy almond milk provide a delicious flavor boost but still keep it to only about 100 calories per serving. […]

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Chilled Fruit Soup

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Dietitian Tips: This recipe is gluten-free, low in sodium, and cholesterol-free. Adding fruits to your diet is a refreshing way to hydrate and add healthy vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytonutrients. Create a delicious low-calorie fruit cooler by adding zero-calorie Smartwater Sparking Water to desired consistency  

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Ginger Dropped Egg Soup

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If you want simple, easy comfort food, dropped egg soup is a perfect treat. This broth is made with ginger for a bit of bite, which is perfect if you’re feeling a bit under the weather.  

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Slow-Cooker Beef Barley Stew

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Winter begs for warm stews that fill your house with the scent of dinner cooking all day long. Rich and earthy with the flavors of mushrooms, onion, beef and barley, your tastebuds will be as happy as your stomach with this meal.  

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Slow Cooker Lentil Chili

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Hearty, warm, satisfying…and vegan! This vegetable-stuffed soup is easy to set up and full of flavor. Serve with a little good whole grain bread to sop up the tasty juices.  

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Khichuri

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This popular Indian comfort food is a thick stew packed with wonderful vegetables. It’s is traditionally served with papadums, although naan is also a tasty option if you can’t find papdums locally. Split yellow mung beans, which are also sold under the name moong dal, can be swapped with red lentils or yellow split peas […]

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Picadillo

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This classic Filipino stew is meant to be served over rice. We recommend brown rice. If you’re using regular brown rice, which has a long cook time, get that starting before you begin the picadillo to have them be ready at roughly the same time. Instant brown rice is also a great option, and takes […]

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Roasted Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

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You can save time and steps by cooking the vegetables in the stock, but roasting them with the spices helps the flavors develop more deeply. Top with a little plain yogurt if desired. If you enjoy a little heat, our taste-testers found that they enjoyed this soup with extra black pepper–the bite of the pepper […]

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