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You can make with real potatoes or use mix.
I had leftover homemade potato soup and cooked pasta. Put it all together for a casserole.
The potatoes I used are ones I grew in my garden. I try to grow things that I know that I will use when they are ready. The green onions are from my garden also.
Did not want my tomatoes to go bad as they were starting to get soft. Good way to get your Fruit or Veggie in depending on which you want to call it.
I like making this so the chicken is soft and brakes off the bone. It is something I can start in the morning and have ready for dinner being I am home all day.
I like trying to make different bars that are healthy and I know what is in them. I add what ever I want and have on hand in my home.
This is good for when you are somewhat hungry but just want a quick snack. Very filling. Good calories, low fat, good fiber and protein.
Saw a video on line for this and tried it.
I have used up a lot of my veggies I had left in my ref. Didn't want them to go bad. The sodium I don't think is that high. I make my own chicken broth.
This is what you can do with left overs.
I make my own TV Dinners. I use what ever is left over from different meals. It sure helps on the food budget.
I will also make everything from scratch.
I needed to replenish my veggies. I took what ever I had left and made this salad
Needed to replenish my veggies from last week. Took all this past weeks veggies & made a salad.
Being I wanted to get my fruit in I had all of the ingredients on hand. Didn't want to add sugar but did. This makes a good Breakfast fruit or just a snack. It also will help when you are craving something to eat.
One of my team members had this as a blog. It had peas, salt and butter. I omitted then as I wanted a lower calorie amount.
This salad I decided to make as I had left over pasta. I needed to also add to my fiber & protein to my diet. This way I get everything in it that I like & is healthy.
This is just another veggie soup that I made. You can make it in a crock pot also.
I separate the veggies and broth so I can make it into 2 cup
servings. I put 2 cups pg broth in each container. Then go back and add 2 cups of the veggies. This way it is consistent.
Then I freeze each container. Then when frozen transfer to my seal a meal bags for later on.
Soup is so easy to make with just what you have in your ref.
This is something I just through together, being I was craving Veggies. It is a nice healthy snack or just something for lunch.
On the beans. I cook then well in advance and freeze them in containers for later dated. It works out so you don't have to do them the same day.
Couldn't find calories for my home made Turkey or Beef stock. I cook up all my different beans and freeze each one. Then put them into bags in the freezer for later use. It works out so much easier for later use. I do the same for all my stocks.
I like to just throw together soups in the spare of the moment. I donít like wasting any veggie I have in the ref, as their so expensive now a day. The oat bran will thicken the soup so make sure you watch it and stir it . You may have to add more water if it is to thick.
Season to taste. I do not use salt in any of my cooking.
I really hope you enjoy.
I like to make soups just by adding different things. No rime or reason to what I put in. I feel it is much more healthy then can soup.
I also freeze it in 2-cup containers for later dates. After it is frozen I transfer to seal a meal bage for longer storage.
I hope that you enjoy any of my soups. I try to keep them as low in sodium as I can for people along with myself that have heart trouble.
I like to just throw things together and see what it comes out like. I had this with some brown rice.
Being my Husband DR has him on a different diet I decided to make Turkey Chili as we can both eat it. It is a very hardy dinner.
This makes 16 1- cup servings
I enjoy making soup at a drop of a moment.
For my soup stock I had boiled out my chicken bones. This is why I said Bottle water on my list.
This is my Stuffing recipe and not that many calories.
I make a lot and freeze for later enjoyment. This was my Dad's recipe. We also have stuffing in the turkey also. This makes 48 1/2 cup servings
I just used what ever I had around as I was in the mood to make a healthy soup.
This makes a nice Vegetarian meal or a fish meal. Wasn't sure how to list it as it could go all different ways.
This is just a soup made from left over veggies in the fridg that I didn't want to go bad. This way i can get all my veggies in for the day with the soup. This also comes out a little like a veggie stew.
I tryed this at lunch today cold and it is very good This can be eaten Hot or Cold.
This time it will make 8 1cup servings.
I know that Tai Pei foods are not sold every where. There is only one store here that sells it. You can leave it out or try something in place of it.
I like to make different soups out of things I have left in the ref & freezer. Things are to expensive to waste now a days.
Soups are so easy to make that anyone can do it.
This is the highest Calorie soup I have ever made
I enjoy making different soups. I add just about what ever I have on hand. I added turkey stock that I had made and put in the freezer this time and added water also, or just water if you don't want to use stock, which ever you want. Last time I just used water.
This Cabbage soup is Low in Fat & Cholesterol. Has 6.7 of Fiber, 349.5 Potassium, 21.1 Carbs, 6Protein and is 110.9 Calories per 1 cup serving. It has tons of veggies which I like.
I do not add any salt as the ingredients have enough where it is not needed. You can make as much or as little. I make a lot as I put it in 1 & two cup containers and freeze it for latter use.
This is a low Calorie, Low Fat, and good Potassium soup.
It has good Vitamin A & Vitamin c.
I make soups like this when I am not feeling good.
This can be frozen also. I freeze it in 1 - cup containers.
This is my Favorite soup to make as it is so simple. I make it in less then 25 min.
You can make this without meat if you want or add whatever veg 's you want.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Homemade Vegetable Stock (Salt-Free)
- Lightened-Up Apple Crisp
- Yogurt Jello
- Kitchen Basics: Chicken Noodle Soup
- No Bake Protein Bars
- Garlic-Herb Potato Packs
- Tuna and White Bean Salad
- Black Bean Hummus
- Garden Potato Salad
- Egg Custard Pie
- Baked Egg Cups
- Honey Mustard Roasted Chicken
- Black Bean Chicken
- Slow Cooker Pork Roast or Chops
- Brocolli Soup
- All Day Soup