To know fall and the chilly winter months is to love soup season. So bring on soup season with these 7 best soup recipes.
Here are 7 of the best soup recipes for soup season
1.) Medicine Ball Chicken Noodle Soup – classic chicken noodle gets an extra kick with immune boosting ingredients like bone broth and tumeric for when you or your loved ones are feeling under the weather or just need an extra spoonful of comfort. I call this my Medicine Ball Chicken Noodle Soup for a reason. Get the recipe here and be sure to save this one!
2.) Crock pot butternut squash soup –when you think of fall soups it’s impossible for butternut squash not to come to mind. This one is super easy, all you need is a crock pot, some diced butternut squash and an immersion blender. I like to top mine with some crunchy pumpkin seeds. Sharing the recipe here.
6.) Easy Vegetable Soup –if you’ve got a fridge full of veggies roast them all up on a pan with a little salt and some herbs and then blend together for this easy vegetable soup. This one is packed with plant power and dairy free too!
If you have an abundance of zucchini from your garden, here are 4 fantastic zucchini recipes you have got to try!
Zucchini is one of those amazing vegetables you can make anything with and it’s super easy to grow in your garden! Usually by end of July, we are bursting at the seams with so much zucchini we don’t know what to do with! Aside from making zucchini noodles, sauteeing it, grilling it, making zucchini chips or squash casserole, there are so many delicious ways to use up that bumper crop and delight your taste buds! Scroll down for 4 Fantastic Zucchini Recipes to try this summer.
We’ve all had zucchini bread but have you ever had lemon zucchini bread? Yes lemon and zucchini pair so well together and this is a great way to switch up boring ole zucchini bread! This bread is so soft with the zesty tang of lemon and the perfect right of sweetness. It also freezes really well too. Click here for the recipe.
There’s zucchini in these brownies so that must make them healthy right? Honestly these are the fudgiest brownies you will ever make. I like to sprinkle a little sea salt on top. Click here for the recipe.
This is a great summer soup that transitions well to fall and can be enjoyed chilled or hot. Velvety zucchini and sweet corn make a delicious base. Top with some creamy goat cheese and crackers for the perfect crunch! Click here for the recipe.
This is such an easy healthy, weeknight meal idea! Sneak some zucchini into turkey meatballs and make crispy in the air fryer so you don’t have to heat the house! Serve over some chopped veggies and top with Tzatiki and feta. Click here for the recipe.
I hope you enjoy all of these recipes and they give you a little more variety too!
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This summer stone fruit and burrata salad makes a delicious and refreshing summer appetizer, light lunch or side with dinner.
Summer is salad season am I right?! I mean, I eat salad all year round but in the summer time, I crave salads especially on those nights when it’s too hot to cook. I combined my two loves of burrata cheese and ripe, sweet stone fruit for this salad that just bursts with flavor! If you were around last summer, you may remember my summer burrata board.
This summer stone fruit and burrata salad will literally transform you to vacationing in the Mediterranean. (Have you heard the term Tomato Girl? This is what they eat in their Tomato Girl Summer). Peppery and nutty arugula is topped with sweet peaches and cherries, silky burrata and rounded out with a beautiful balsamic glaze. Nectarines or plums work great in this salad too! Eat as is or add some sliced proscuitto for a light lunch or serve with some grilled chicken or fish for a complete meal.
Summer Stone Fruit and Burrata Salad
Peaches (I used 4)
1-2 cups cherries
1 container of burrata, drained.
Olive oil (about 4 Tbsp)
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1.) Start by slicing the fruit, removing the pits and stems.
2.) In a bowl or on a platter, add a bed of arugula.
3.) Add the sliced fruits on top.
4.) Carefully cut the burrata into chunks and add on top of the salad.
5.) In a small bowl whisk together olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper and garlic salt.
6.) Drizzle the olive oil mixture on top.
7.) Top off with a light drizzle of balsamic glaze.
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Summer Stone Fruit and Burrata Salad
Summer stone fruit like peaches and cherries are served over arugula with silky burrata and a balsamic glaze. This summer stone fruit and burrata salad is the perfect appetizer, light lunch or salad for dinner in the warm summer months.
This is the greatest appetizer if you love Deviled Eggs. To me, it’s not a holiday gathering without the deviled eggs. This is the best deviled egg dip you will ever have. It’s a nice healthy option for Easter or those spring or summer bar-b-ques. The best part is it’s way easier to prepare too! Serve with some fresh veggies and crackers.
The best deviled egg dip
This dip is the perfect way to use up those hard boiled eggs after Easter and makes a great light lunch or snack. You can add whatever seasonings you’d like. I chose to do traditional dill and paprika. Everything But The Bagel Seasoning works really well too! This will be a hit at your Easter table or any party you go to!