Fall Soup Recipe

by | Oct 22, 2021 | General, Recipes, Seasons & Holidays | 0 comments

Fall Soup Recipe: Sweet Potato

sweet potato soup

This sweet potato soup recipe can be on your dinner table tonight!

Once fall weather hits, you might notice that your desire for warm, comforting foods increases. This is a totally normal response to the changes in season!

And, you can still enjoy comforting foods, while making sure it’s healthy and nourishing.

Sometimes, it can feel daunting to be enjoying a comforting, carb rich food. Especially if you’re trying to watch your weight or if you struggle with PCOS. But not to worry, here is some advice!

You can try adding this soup as a side dish to a main meal, sticking to about 1/2-1 cup can be just the right amount to help reach your goals and still enjoy some of your favorite foods.

This sweet potato recipe is comforting and delicious.

It’s creamy texture will trick you into thinking you’re indulging in a decedent soup. However, it’s just a combination of healthy foods. Surprise!

Plus, it’s only three ingredients.

I love making simple meals.

In our busy world, complex meals are not usually realistic for most people. That’s why I suggest taking the time to find simple recipes, like this one! Once you’ve made it a few times, you’ve got it memorized and can easily assemble once again.

This soup recipe is also perfect for a holiday meal or fall and winter dinner party. Another benefit (aside from being an easy meal to make) is that this recipe is incredibly healthy.

Sweet Potato Benefits

Sweet potatoes are packed with fiber and vitamins like C and potassium.

Plus, they are rich in antioxidants.

And if you want a quick tip, keep in mind that a sweet potato is a winter squash. Some of the best times of years to enjoy sweet potato or other winter squash are in the winter months! (Hint, hint…the name). Try loading up your grocery cart with other orange veggies like butternut squash, acorn squash and spaghetti squash too!

Check out the full recipe below, grab the ingredients and follow along in your own kitchen!

For more resources and nutrition tips, check out the full blog here!



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Written by Eleni Ottalagana


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