Tomato White Bean Soup

Knowing how much I really enjoy my morning NutriBlast, my wonderful husband went out and got me the new NutriBullet Rx for the holidays. I LOVE it! Oh my god – this little machine is so powerful and can do so much more than the regular NutriBullet. The consistencies of my Blasts are much smoother and creamier than my regular ones. Plus, best of all, it makes soup – not just any soup, Souper Blasts! Since it’s still winter time, I’m especially enjoying homemade soup. […]

Dinner in a Bowl with NutriBullet Rx

I love to cook, but do not love spending an hour making dinner. So recently, I purchased the NutriBullet Rx to simplify the process of making a healthy meal. The idea behind the souper part of the Rx is actually pretty outstanding. You throw in some fresh ingredients and, a few minutes later, you have soup! I’m still experimenting with recipes and have tried a few in the cookbook, as well, and so far, so good! Since I need to […]

Raw Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup with Spinach

Raw’kin Snack of the WeekThis soup is heavenly! Quick and easy to make, and perfect for our newest NutriBullet family member – the NutriBullet Rx – this recipe screams fall with a pleasant and warm flavor that you’ll love. Add your ingredients to the NutriBullet Rx and 7 minutes later, you’ll have piping hot sweet potato soup. Yum! Thanks to Katherine Kyle of Green Thickies for this delectable recipe. Click here to read more! What’s your favorite fall soup recipe?

Chilled Pea Soup

Chilled soups seem to be all the rage this summer. Appearing in tons of food magazines, I was curious to try them. Most are a lighter version of the winter comfort food variety and leave you feeling satisfied and not stuffed. I decided to explore this category of soups and find out what the craze was all about. Chilled Pea Soup was one of the first I tried and I fell in love with it. It’s refreshing on a hot […]

The 26-Ingredient School Lunch Burger

Are 26 ingredients really necessary in a child’s school lunch hamburger? Copper Gluconate? Cyanocobalamin? Thiamine Mononitrate? Food scientist Kantha Shelke, Ph.D,  told NPR’s Allison Aubrey that these are all normal additives put in food to help children get the vitamins and nutrients they need, but a group of Virginia parents aren’t convinced. They’re demanding more natural lunches for their children, preferably made from scratch. On the other hand, school officials say they simply don’t have the space or resources to […]