50+ Delectable Winter Soups You Must Try!

50+ Delectable Winter Soups You Must Try!

I adore eating soups! During the winter months hot soups warm your insides and nourish your body completely!  If you have been searching for delectable soup recipes made with whole foods, you are going to love this wonderful eBook: Winter Soups-A Best of Community Cookbook! This cookbook has 50+ Delectable Winter Soups You Must Try! All of these soups are from some fantastic real food bloggers including me who all contributed to this fabulous cookbook. I’m so honored and excited to be a part of this amazing cookbook and I hope you love it as much as I do!

 

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This awesome collection of winter soup recipes includes:

 

    • 5o+ Delectable winter soup recipes

    • 100% Whole Foods ingredients

    • 45+ Gluten-Free recipes

    • 30+ Paleo-Friendly recipes

    • 33+ Dairy-Free recipes

    • 27 GAPS Diet-Friendly recipes

    • 127 pages with beautiful full-color photos of every recipe

    • Recipe index with clickable direct links that go to each recipe

    • All recipes include easy-to-follow directions 

 

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Take a look at some of the mouthwatering recipes in this cookbook:

 

Carrot and Ginger Soup from Winter Soups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Broccoli Spinach Quinoa Soup from Winter Soups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hearty Lentil Soup from Winter Soups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This cookbook has wonderful, nourishing soups that are perfect for a wide variety of dietary needs. All of these soups are made with real foods that are nutrient-dense, free of chemicals, preservatives, and other additives that are not health promoting. These soups recipes are so simple to make and are a much better option than canned soups loaded with ingredients that are not real.

 

Winter soups is an instant downloadable PDF which can be printed out immediately after purchase or viewed on any readers!

 

 

You can get this fantastic  eBook with 50+ recipes from some of your favorite Real Food Bloggers for only $9.97!

You can use your Paypal account or a credit card to buy this wonderful eBook!

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I want to extend a heartfelt thanks to all the contributors and creators of this amazing cookbook!

 

The Community Cookbook Creators!

 

Pat of Heal Thyself, our leader who spearheaded the project and provided inspiration and loads of help along the way! Aubrey of Homegrown and Healthy, who organized over 50 recipes in all the different formats along with the pictures, bios, and book interior design. Vivian of The Real Food Guide, who designed the beautiful book logo, book cover, the banners and graphics. Starlene of GAPS Diet Journey, who handled all the formatting.

 

The Community Cookbook Contributors!

Alison of Healthnutnation
Amanda of The Curious Coconut
Amy of Real Food Whole Health
Beth of Red and Honey
Carol of Studio Botanica
Carolyn of Real Food Carolyn
Christy of Whole Foods on a Budget
Colleen of Five Little Homesteaders
Dina-Marie of Cultured Palate
Emily of The Urban EcoLife
Heather of The Homesteading Hippy
Iris of De Voedzame Keuken The Nutritious Kitchen
Jackie of Deductive Seasoning
Jan of Healthy Notions
Jennifer of Hybrid Rasta Mama
Jill of Real Food Forager
Jo of Nourishing Time
Joe of Wellness Punks
Joelle of jarOhoney
Karen of ecokaren
Karen of Nourish with Karen
Karen of Sustainable Fitness
Katie of Kitchen Stewardship
Kris of Attainable Sustainable
Kristen of Rethink Simple
Kristine of Real Food Girl: Unmodified
Lauren of Healing and Eating
Laurie of Common Sense Homesteading
Libby of eat.play.love…more
Libby of Libby Louer,
Linda of The Organic Kitchen
Lydia of Divine Health From The Inside Out
Natalie of Honey, Ghee, & Me
Pamela of Paleo Table
Sandi of Sandi’s Allergy Free Recipes
Sarah of Real Food Outlaws
Shannon of All Things Health
Shanti of Life Made Full
Shelley of A Harmony Healing
Sjanett of Paleolland
Stacy of A Delightful Home
Stacy of Paleo Gone Sassy
Starlene of GAPS Diet Journey
Susan of Grow In Grace Farm,
Susan of Learning and Yearning
Suzanne of Strands of my Life
Sylvie of Hollywood Homestead
Tracy of Oh, The Things We’ll Make!
Vanessa of Natural Family Today
Vivian of The Real Food Guide
Vivica of The Nourished Caveman
Wendy of Cooking Quinoa.

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Comments

  1. Hi Shelley,

    I should search my memory for bad experience with soup because the only time I eat soup or stew is when I am ill. And I am exceptionally healthy so I eat soup almost never 🙂 Even then, I am picky–only eating Chicken Noodle or Tomato.
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    • Rachel, I hope you start eating soups more often because they are so easy to make and really delicious. Plus making a pot of soup is a great way to cook in batches if you are busy. I like to make a large pot and freeze some of it to eat later when I don’t have time to cook.
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  2. Shelley,

    I do not cook regularly. Instead I tend to cook in spurts, when I get inspired. And my favorite thing to cook is soups. I love taking the vegetables I have in the fridge and combining them, sometimes with a bit of tomato sauce, sometimes with coconut milk, sometimes with only spices. And I enjoy discovering new recipes and new ways to add that extra flavor that makes the soup just right. I love Carrot and Ginger soup and I love lentil soup. Your cookbook looks so inviting.
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  3. Just ordered the cook book – Living where it’s colder in the winter – we’re big fans of soup for lunch – I”ve been in need of some variety – so I’m looking to trying out some of the recipes
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  4. These look awesome!! I love soup and especially on a frigid cold winter day!! We are having an exceptionally cold winter this year and I have been thinking about soups. Now I have some new recipes to play with!! Great idea!!
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  5. nick catricala
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    says:

    Shelley,
    some not so great soups I come up with desperately could use your ingredients to make them alive again Shelley…I am not sure how I am surviving after eating them… but I did so I may not like them but they may be healthy and good for me haha :-0

    To bad I do not come to your site FIRST… before making a mess.. hope I will remember next time I am into a soup…
    Thanks so much for sharing great recipes for us to learn how to take care of our health.
    _nickc
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  6. Nom on! I <3 soup. Pinned this for purchase when I have money.
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  7. I like, I like.
    This is very nice and in fact you have given me an idea of what to try out now. I have not been making soups. My reasons has been I once took it and I got sick but it was not the cause of the sickness and from that time my heart rejected soups. it is two years since then and now this is a must try. You are really good in this. One thing I’ve liked it is that it is healthy and adding nutrient in the body which I need as we talk.
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  8. I’ve been looking for new recipes since going on a mostly-paleo diet, and I came across this post. The word “soup” doesn’t conjure up exciting images in my mind but I must say that those pictures make me change my mind… They look mouth-watering!
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  9. I have to say, I learn more about many soups here than ever!

    My love of soup is well known with the circle around me. Yet, I have always love chicken which can be made unlimited ways. It is all about what you place in it. You have given me some wonderful ideas and I will put it to practice today. We are in the middle of a huge snow storm in Boston MA. This is idea time.

    Thanks for all the amazing styles of soup.
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  10. I Like it…..
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