A template for a healthy, super delicious soup that you can swap out lots of different veggies!
A beautiful, magical sight greeted us yesterday as we ventured out of church. Huge, fluffy snowflakes gently floated through silent, gray skies and people of all ages smiled as they made their way through the parking lot. The snow didn’t last long and nothing really stuck, but it was a fun surprise to see such an enchanting, wintery scene, here in central North Carolina.
I know, I know, we’re definitely puppies when it comes to winter weather. And yes, I’m well aware that this is a common, everyday event in the northern United States as well as many other parts of the globe. For me personally though, it’s an out-of-the-ordinary treat and always puts me in the mood for soup! (You knew I’d somehow change the subject to food, right?)
I’ve created a new soup I think you’ll love. Well actually it’s more than just a soup, it’s an easy recipe template, which will allow you the create all kinds of unique, delicious, healthy soups on your own – depending on what’s in your garden, refrigerator, pantry; or what looks freshest and prettiest at the market. Pretty cool, huh?
To see what I’m talking about, all you need to do is click on over to The Kitchenthusiast, which is the official KitchenAid blog. That’s where we’re posting from today, and where you’ll find the recipe and a pictorial tutorial for this yummy soup. We even show how easy it is to get the fun swirled effect that makes soups and sauces look really special.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit this beautiful blog over at KitchenAid, you’ll find it’s a treasure chest of great recipes and all things culinary related.
P.S. A sneak peak of what’s coming up… We’ve been enjoying the most delicious salad lately. It’s been the perfect way to stay on a lean, healthy track, as it’s easy to put together, has a short ingredient list, goes well with lots of entrees and can be made ahead. We’ll be sharing the recipe on Wednesday, so be sure to check back!