3 Foods to Add to Your Soups

The holidays and colder weather make soups a popular choice during the winter season. They’re a great option to offer guests or just as a simple meal for you and your family!  Here are three tips to make your soups more filling, original, and healthy:

  1. Veggies– Adding veggies is an easy way to boost the nutritional value of your soup. Try adding carrots, spinach, or any extra veggies in your fridge as a crafty way to get a serving of vegetables!
  2. Whole Grains– Whole grains like brown rice or pasta, as well as beans, are a great addition to any soup. Adding whole grains can make soup more filling and increases fiber intake.
  3. Vegetable Puree– Puree is an excellent way to make a soup creamy, thick, and tasty without too many extra calories. Try using pumpkin or squash puree or any other vegetables you enjoy!

Source: www.self.com

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