Homemade Soup is as Easy as 1-2-3!

You can make a healthy one-pot meal in just a few steps.  Use the items you have on hand to prepare homemade soup in minutes.

Buy canned, low sodium soup stock and warm it on the stove.
  1. Add frozen, canned, or leftover vegetables.
  2. Add cooked whole grains such as pasta, barley or brown rice.
  3. Add cooked lean protein such as beans, chicken, meat or fish.
Add fresh or dried herbs to soup for flavor without added fat or salt.  Some good ones to try to include:  black pepper, thyme, basil, parsley, and oregano.

Enjoy the flavors of the season with these recipes using fall fruits and vegetables: Black Bean and Apple - Parsnip Soup, Sweet Potato Chili, and Minestrone Soup.



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