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I have been trying to make soups and family friendly meals that freeze well. I love both apples and sweet potatoes so when my girlfriend offered this Freezer to Crockpot Soup recipe as part of our meal swap. I was delighted. We have previously hosted a soup swap together. They are awesome this is how you host a soup swap.
If you are looking for more soups that freeze well you can try my list. You can click on the image above and it will lead you to recipes for all these wonderful soups. Speaking of wonderful soups this Sweet Potato and Apple soup was divine. It is gluten and dairy free so it was perfect for a family with people who have allergies.
Recipe was adapted from Gluten Free Recipe Box
I would suggest using a blender. I love my Blendtec you can see my Blentec Review.
You need to cook the onions in the heated pan of olive oil. I would then place the remaining ingredients in the pan to cook. Once you have completed that I would place them in the food processor or mixer of your choice and blend until the texture is like baby food fine with minimal chunks.
Once your soup has cooled you can place it in freezer bags frozen flat.
I simply placed my frozen soup in my micro wave to defrost to the point that I could place it in my crockpot. I placed my crockpot on warm until I was ready to devour this soup. We served the soup with the two apples on the top so it had some crunch to it. We paired it with grill cheese. I was super!
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If you are looking for a super easy, super yummy recipe for dinner, you will love this Low Calorie French Onion Soup Recipe! I love the traditional version of this recipe but it can add up on calories very quickly! This soup is easy to make and only takes about 30 minutes. I love French Onion Soup because it’s light enough to have in the summer, but filling enough to make you nice and warm in the winter! Even my little girl loves it! (As long as I take the big chunks of onions out of her bowl ha!)Continue reading
This hearty soup cooks up in the Slow Cooker and warms you up from the inside out on those cold days.
If you don’t want the heat just omit the Cayenne Pepper and you have a hearty Minestrone Soup that everyone will love.
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Fall is right around the corner, and it is a perfect time to try out this low calorie crock pot tomato soup recipe! This soup was a family favorite over the weekend, and took minimal effort on my part to make! I also love that with this recipe you get about 10 servings, so my family of 4 can eat this twice. I froze the rest of the soup so I could eat it again another time! As most of you know, I’m living a low calorie lifestyle, so I’m always trying to find recipes that are not only good, but good for you, so I know you will enjoy this recipe at only 177 calories a serving! If you are a Weight Watchers participant, this soup only counts as 2 Weight Watchers points per serving. Oh, and if you are wondering where that super cute spoon in the photo came from, it’s from the wonder Etsy seller BabyPuppyDesigns who makes vintage, hand stamped silverware that you can personalize! Make sure to check her out!Continue reading
I had been drinking a v8 each day but then in an effort to drink and eat less processed items I decided to use more local fresh vegetables. I have tried juicing but have not found many recipes that I like with ingredients that I can easily obtain. There are certain vegetables that seem to produce prolifically around here. One is squash. It also gets really big quickly so if you miss one under the large leaves you may end up with a very large tough squash. This Squash Soup recipe was created to use ALOT of squash, including some of those large tough ones as well as a quick source of many servings of vegetables. When looking around the kitchen I saw lots of squash, some new onion bulbs and a bell pepper…thus into the pot they went!
As I have served this for company, church members, family and friends, I have been shocked at how MANY people love this recipe. It is very simple and can be served with quite a bit of diversity by simply having bowls of various cheeses on the table.