Soup, is something that I’ve been really into since I’ve decided to change my way of eating. Eating healthier is much easier if you add soup to your meal list. Soups are a great way of adding veggies & nutrients, and a great way to have leftovers, which is something that my house usually doesn’t have.
So, I searched Pinterest for awhile and didn’t find anything. There are thousands of soup recipes on there, but nothing was sticking out to me. Then I came across the recipe below & thought about how delicious it sounds. Plus it’s dairy free so my little ones could eat this without worrying about their bellies hurting.
This recipe was easy to make, it just takes a bit since you have to cook your squash. But even with cooking the squash, you can enjoy a delicious dinner with minimal effort. And if you are looking for a great site, with delicious healthy food, check hers out. I’m a new fan of it & love all her recipes.
**adapted from Anya Eats **
*1 small-medium butternut squash
*1 small onion, diced
*3 cloves garlic, minced
*5 pieces of turkey bacon, chopped
*1-2 TBSP olive oil
*3 C chicken broth
*1 bunch swiss chard, chopped
*salt & pepper
*crushed red pepper
*Preheat oven to 350-375 depending on your oven
*Cut butternut squash in half & place on baking sheet
*Bake 30-40 mins until soft
*In a skillet pan, add bacon & cook till it starts browning
*Add onions & cut together till the onion pieces are translucent
*Once all are cooked together, add in the coconut milk, chicken broth, & swiss chard pieces
*Mix well. Cook on low & let simmer
*Add cooked pieces of the butternut squash
*Add salt, pepper, & red pepper flakes to taste
*Simmer for about 15 mins