This soup is elegant and so flavorful; we love it. A great way to get nutritious spinach and alkalizing lemon in a unique way that can be pureed for the cleanse or left as is with whole pieces for the gut program. The scent is intoxicating and preserved lemons are a wonderful thing to have on hand for a variety of dishes, whether you make them yourself (it's super easy, just involves taking some time to let them set up) or buying them at the market.
What better way to ring in a healthy and happy New Year than a creamy and delicious soup? It's perfect for all your cleansing needs, and provides a warmly nourishing antidote to cold winter days. This soup has plenty of protein and a wonderful flavor, containing iron and calcium, as well as a dash of B6 from the aromatic rosemary.
This is a unique twist on the classic soup and grilled cheese sandwich combo. It's more like a warmed chèvre sandwich, since I've used the macadamia nut cheese from several weeks ago, which is soft and more of a goat-cheese texture. It doesn't melt like cheddar but it's absolutely delicious. I would prep the sandwiches while the soup is cooking. Wait until you're reheating the soup before you grill the sandwiches, that way everything will be warm and ready to serve at the same time. This is two meals in one post, since you can have the soup while cleansing, or just the sandwich for lunch, or both soup and sandwich anytime. Enjoy.
In honor of today, this delicious winter soup contains ingredients that are traditionally lucky for the New Year. All around the world, beans are a symbol of abundance. Eating them around New Year's is a good omen for the year ahead. Protein packed, with just enough spice, this soup is a perfect winter meal. It’s also in keeping with another New Year’s tradition, leaving a bit of your leftovers on the table at midnight, to guarantee a plentiful year ahead. This is fitting if you're beginning a cleanse or healthy routine, to leave the table satisfied but not overstuffed.
The entire Clean Team wishes you all a very happy New Year, abundant in the things that matter most; good health, love and gratitude.
Only it's not really cheddar. Creamy and nourishing, this soup is packed with antioxidant filled broccoli, tons of comfort, but none of the hard-to-digest dairy. Nutritional yeast gives it a cheesy flavor and as a bonus is packed with B vitamins. There's a Spanish saying: "Between soup and love, the first is better." This soup might help the case for that.
This soup is perfect when served chilled on these hot summer days, but it's also a great year-round staple. Brimming with nutrients and important energy-boosting fats, you'll love this sweet and savory soup, whether hot or cold, cleansing or just craving something creamy!
Yes, it’s possible to make a clean version of this delicious slow simmered and aromatic soup! It may not have the crusty bread and melted cheese, but trust us, this version is just as soul satisfying and much more energizing!
Perfect for your solid lunch on the cleanse along with a side salad and/or some grains. . .or feel free to puree it up and have a slightly different and delicious (although not traditional) onion soup for a cleanse-friendly dinner.
Note that this does contain dried chili peppers as part of the curry powder, which is fine. Even during the cleanse, dried peppers are allowed in small amounts as seasoning. So enjoy this fiery soup that revolutionizes how you get your liquid protein in. . .who knew blended lentils would be so creamy and delicious?
A perfect creamy soup that’s sweet and nourishing. The hemp gives it some protein and the coconut milk adds essential healthy fats. The brilliant color alone is worth making this for, it will definitely brighten up your winter nights.
Cauliflower soup is a delicious, warming, creamy, comforting, perfect for winter, and packed with nutrition. Instead of being reduced to a side dish or smaller part of a meal, this cauliflower soup recipe puts the vegetable and all of its benefits at the center of the meal. The recipe below makes enough to serve 2-4 (depending on the serving sizes).