Refuel Recipes: 3 Hearty Winter Soups

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Refuel Recipes: 3 Hearty Winter Soups

There are a few key reasons as to why homemade soup should be gracing your dinner table at least once a week in this season. 

  1. At the risk of sounding completely redundant, 2020 has been an emotional doozy. If any year in our recent history could be blamed for national burnout – it’s this one. And warm, delicious, easy-to-make soup, well, it’s like soul-rest in a bowl. And if that doesn’t resonate, at least it’s damn easy to make and there will surely be leftovers. 
  2. If you’re lucky enough to live in the great state of Texas, there’s only about 2.5 months where enjoying soup makes logical sense. Don’t do yourself the disservice of having a soup-less “winter”!
  3. Immersion blenders are fun. 

If the compelling points above have convinced you that it is, in fact, soup season, check out the three recipes below courtesy of @skinnytaste and get simmerin’!

“This Slow Cooker Butternut Pear Soup with a hint of ginger is vegan and dairy-free and so simple to make. Great as a starter or serve it as a meal with a salad or a sandwich”

“This turkey meatball tortellini soup with spinach is an easy, kid-friendly soup and a great way to warm up on a cold winter night. One large bowl is under 300 calories and is very satisfying”

“This quick and easy homemade Classic Chicken Noodle Soup recipe can be made in a pot on the stove or the Instant Pot”

Who Worte this post...

Lauren Bratcher

Lauren Bratcher

Lauren has been an athlete at Renew since 2018, and has been spearheading Refuel, Renew’s Nutrition Program, since 2019. When she’s not testing biometrics, meal prepping or sending enthusiastic, emoji-packed text messages to her nutrition clients -- you can find her at a coffee shop sipping on an oat milk latte or running around Town Lake with her Australian Shepherd. As a former die-hard bootcamper, Lauren’s sweet spots in the gym include any bodyweight-centric movements: box jumps, running, double-unders -- which explains why her all-time favorite benchmark workout is Angie.

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