It’s hard to resist a warm bowl of broccoli cheddar soup. While there’s a lot to love about the creamy texture and savory flavor of broccoli cheddar soup, that’s where the positives end. Though some of us can eat dairy without a problem, cheese and milk may cause stomach upset in those with lactose intolerance. Luckily, we can still satisfy our cravings for a creamy, savory broccoli soup without the cheddar.Continue reading “Roasted greens and moringa soup”
Bundling up with a warm cup of broth is one of the most comforting and healing things you can do for your body. While bone broth has gained mainstream popularity in recent years, don’t doubt the healing powers of a plant-based vegetable broth. This broth uses roasted vegetables as the base, which amplifies the flavor tremendously. You can also make large batches that stay fresh in the freezer for months.
Our taste buds are starting to move from the hydrating fruits and vegetables we chose all summer, to the comforting and warming dishes of fall and winter. Fortunately, comfort foods can still be healthy. This Thai coconut soup is filled with nutrient-dense vegetables. Because this recipe contains lots of peppers and spices it makes a great post-cleanse soup, but it can be modified to enjoy on the 21-Day program as well.
This flu season has been particularly bad for many people, and it isn’t showing signs of slowing down. For those suffering from common cold, flu, or simply trying to nourish well, proper nutrient-dense foods can be one of the best healers around. This immunity-boosting turmeric chicken soup is not only warm, hearty, and comforting, but every single ingredient has a specific immunity-boosting quality. It’s a perfect complement to the detox diet on the 21-Day Clean Program.
Ramen is one of the most comforting dishes. Served piping hot, the flavorful bone broth is what makes this dish so memorable (and nutritious). We’ve chosen colorful vegetables and lightly sauteed them, making this dish both beautiful and delicious. Thanks to the popularity of ramen, there are now many choices in noodles, so finding a gluten-free version is easy in most stores (and just as tasty). This is perfect for on the 21-Day Cleanse or just when trying to boost your immunity during winter months.
There’s something seemingly intimidating about cooking dry beans. The act of rinsing, soaking, and cooking seems daunting, but in actuality, this process requires less than one minute of hands-on prep! The result of using dry beans is a more nutrient-dense dish that has a flavor that canned beans can never stand up to. These cleanse-approved instant pot black beans use pressure cooking, so they’re done in a snap and will taste like they’ve been simmering all day.
This is the season for giving thanks, and for breaking out our great-grandmother’s turkey recipe. Here at Clean, we wanted to provide some recipes using the scraps and leftovers that seem to pile up, starting with this delicious turkey soup. Using leftover turkey in this soup not only helps with Thanksgiving leftovers, it also moistens the meat that tends towards dryness. It’s a great recipe to use on the 21-Day Clean Program, just use brown rice instead of white.
Avocado soup is perfect for hot summer days when you don’t feel like sweating over a stove. Creamy avocados and rich coconut milk both provide plenty of healthy saturated fat which may be the ideal fuel source for our body providing many healthy benefits for our immunity and brain function. Our chilled Avocado Soup is nourishing, satisfying, cooling, and approved for the 21-Day Clean Program.
It’s the perfect time to pull out a classic, no-frills recipe. As we head deeper into the holiday season, this nourishing chicken soup will support your immunity and overall wellbeing. Add in the swiss chard for taste and its ability to help regulate blood sugar. Pair our Chicken Soup recipe with our Wild Rice and Brussels Sprouts Salad for a festive lunch that is Clean Program approved.
We blended together two of fall’s favorite ingredients for a perfect dinner party soup. Sweet, earthy beets brighten up a traditional butternut soup while working as a tonic for the liver and a purifier for the blood. Use this recipe for the perfect dinner soup during the 21-Day Clean Program or as a way to impress company with a clean meal.