Tomatoes, garlic, herbs and creamy white beans are all that’s in this simple yet delicious soup that’s perfect for a rainy summer night. Roasted Tomato Basil Soup is the only acceptable reason to turn on your oven this summer!
Soups & Stews
A hearty stew you can make in a skillet, with a rich tomato and coconut milk broth, creamy white beans, mushrooms, artichoke hearts and sun dried tomatoes.
A creamy and comforting bowl of soup that’s the perfect vegan spinoff of traditional chicken noodle soup, with a Thai twist. Bursting with flavor from green curry paste, coconut milk, fresh minced ginger and chewy brown rice noodles. Even better? Each serving is under 300 calories with 8 grams of protein!
A dairy free version of the Panera favorite! This Broccoli Cheddar Soup is made with a rich, thick, creamy broth of cauliflower and potatoes, with sauteed onions and garlic to give it tons of flavor.
A warm, hearty bowl of cabbage, kale, sweet potatoes and buttery lentils make for the perfect detoxing soup with nourishing ingredients and tons of flavor. Flavored with my Nourishing Green Sauce and garnished with the easiest Vegan Parmesan, this is sure to be a hit and could easily fool the meat eaters at your table.
This chili is perfect for meal prep or for a warm, comforting weeknight dinner idea. With almost no prep work involved in making this chili, it is easily one of our staple meals in our house. It freezes well, it’s packed with flavor, healthy proteins and fiber.
Not only is this Lemon Chicken & Orzo Soup healthy (for 1.5 cups per serving it is 250 calories and 20 grams of protein!!) but it tastes delicious and perfect for a stormy day (like the one we are having as I write this). This easy to make soup has been a favorite of mine
Striped bass is a staple in our house due to the fact that my husband is a full fledged, full-time fisherman. Most striped bass recipes involve baking this white flakey fish with bread crumbs, butter and lemon juice is great, but that simple method gets boring pretty fast. My Striped Bass Ciopinno dish is
Here in New England, October means freezing your tootsies off in the morning, sweating all your makeup off during the day then freezing your tootsies off again at night. Clearly it doesn’t make any sense, but that’s New England for you. This morning, I was FREEZING. Like, couldn’t get out of bed so I dragged
Here in New England, yesterday was like winter, with cold northeast winds at 50 mph and raining, and today, its a beach day with no winds, blue skies and almost 80 degrees. They say in New England that if you don’t like the weather, just blink and it will change anyways, and that it did! As
If you love the creamy taste of peanut butter and spiciness of a traditional chili, then this is the stew for you. I had never thought to combine these flavors before until I kept seeing different variations of this recipe pop up on everyones food blogs. When I first tried this creamy, spicy and sweet combination,
I love this soup for so many reasons. It was adapted from a recipe out of an Ina Garten cookbook I just received, and I can’t stop making it! I put my own spin on it with extra garlic and hearty kale. I’ve also used broccoli rabe in this as well which gives it a
I love miso soup! Especially when served with fresh spicy tuna rolls, am I right?? Miso soup is one of those meals that goes unnoticed a lot of the time. Unless you’re at a Japanese restaurant, you’re more than likely not going to eat it – but you should.
There are always a few recipes you keep on hand that you know are easy and quick to make on a weeknight and guaranteed to be delicious, and this my friends, is one of those recipes. It’s one of my go-to meals that is delicious any time of year, and perfectly filling and healthy.