This recipe is the inspired by the vegetable soup at one of Los Angeles' most beloved eateries, Joan's on Third. It is easily made in the Instant Pot and is a tasty way to get your daily dose of veggies. Swap out the potatoes for noodles and you can have a delicious bowl of minestrone soup.
After a work trip to Mexico, Michelle fell in love with all of the food. Lucky for her, Michelle met a chef in Mexico City who introduced her to Pozole Rojo. Inspired by his grandmother's recipe (using beef instead of pork), this is her take on the recipe.
Tomatoes are in season and this creamy roasted tomato basil soup couldn't have come at a better time. It might be a mouthful to say but you definitely won't regret making it. It's packed with flavor and pairs perfectly with a grilled cheese. Plus it makes a big batch so you can freeze your leftovers to enjoy for another day.
This lentil soup recipe is simple yet hearty, delicious and packed with nutrition. It's also incredibly versatile - you can make it vegan, vegetarian, or add some good braising meat (I like using beef short ribs or pieces of beef chuck) to add a richer flavor. Plus, it's freezer friendly! Make sure to check out this delicious and budget-friendly recipe.
This recipe is adopted from Kendra Aronson's "SLO Farmer's Market Cookbook" and is a staple in our freezer stash. It's packed with flavor and is the perfect soup to make this winter. Plus it's completely vegan. The combination of butternut squash, mushrooms, and quinoa is divine.
Soup season is here! I'm obsessed with this creamy potato leek soup. It's incredibly easy to throw this one-pot dish together. Despite a short ingredient list, it's packed with flavor. Make a big batch and freeze in individual portions to enjoy throughout the fall and winter. Our favorite is pairing this with toasted sour dough. Can easily be made vegetarian.
This dish is packed with flavor and can be made in advance. We turned to Linda Sendowski over at the Global Jewish Kitchen for inspiration for the mushroom dumpling filling. For the broth, we offer three choices for you: classic chicken broth, beef bone broth, or vegan broth. Our recommendation is to make the broth in advance and freeze in your Souper Cubes® trays so all you'll have to throw together is the dumpling filling.
Skip out on the store brand version of bone broth and make this magical elixir in your own kitchen for a fraction of the cost. Bone broth has been shown to have many positive health benefits - from increasing bone strength, supporting a health immune system, improving sleep, and healing your gut. Check out our recipe to see how to make bone broth at home! You'll be amazed by how tasty it is.
A simple recipe for a vegan stock packed with nutrients and flavor. Great way to repurpose your veggies that are reaching the end of their shelf life. Freeze the leftovers in 1-cup portions to use for risotto, enchilada sauce, minestrone, and so much more!
Growing up, chicken soup was a staple in my house. The unique combination of chicken, apple cider vinegar, and beef bone marrow bones adds so much depth and flavor to this soup. This is the recipe that inspired us to create Souper Cubes™.
Pozole (hominy) verde with shredded chicken is a new and favorite addition to our freezer meal stash. We love the flavor the soup gets from the tomatillos - incredibly refreshing and delicious. What's great about this recipe is that it uses other staples in our freezer (homemade chicken stock + shredded chicken), which makes the assembly even easier!