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.
- 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.
- 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”!
- 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”