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Soup is LOVE. I absolutely love love love soup! Yes, I like soup that much. It’s so warm and comforting. Because I’m someone who is more often cold (I’ve been that way my whole life), soup warms me up from the core while it nourishes my body and satisfies my belly. I hope my new recipe does the same for you!
I really could have called this “Everything but the Kitchen Sink Soup.”
Since that name has already been taken 1000 times before, I thought I would be really original with “veggie quinoa soup” haha!
I really did use pretty much every veggie I had on hand to make this, but that’s a good thing because this soup is rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, C, B-complex, iron, potassium and magnesium. This soup will get you eating more veggies and that has numerous benefits from preventing the risk of cancer and chronic disease to supporting your energy and vitality. You can’t go wrong with a big bowl of veggie soup!
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Going forward in my recipes, I’m going to link some of my fave kitchen tools for making my recipes. Let me know if you like this addition!
Tools you’ll need:
Here is the printable recipe card for this nourishing, flavourful and absolutely delicious soup!
Serves 6 generously.
*I used frozen broccoli which you can let thaw or just toss it in frozen and it will be thawed in a few minutes.
Now all you need is something to enjoy with your soup, or use as a dipping vessel. Might I suggest my Sweet Potato Savoury Biscuits? You will not be disappointed! You could also enjoy it with these yummy crackers by Enerjive that you see in my photo! They have a superb crunch!
If you’re making this for a little one, you can just pop all the ingredients into a blender or food processor and purée it. It will be just as nutritious and just as delicious!
Finally, if you came here because you’re also a soup lover and you like entire meals in one pot like I do, then you must try these recipes! Also, I have a whole category for SOUP, right here.
Happy soup making season!