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Sunday Slow Cooker: Butternut Squash Soup Three Ways

Nothing screams fall more than butternut squash soup in my opinion and lately I have been making buckets of it. Considering I can pick up a butternut squash for under $5, have all the other ingredients on hand, and can make it in the slow cooker – it’s a favorite meal and freezer item around […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Rustic Tomato & Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Tomato soup is the ultimate comfort food for many. And lucky for anyone trying to eat healthy, it’s low calorie and full of nutrients without having to sacrifice on flavor. This simple slow cooker tomato soup can be made with fresh or canned tomatoes and is paired with roasted red peppers and basil to deepen […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Creamy Chipotle Tomato Soup

Lately all I have been talking about is how excited I am for warmer weather – barbecues, sandy toes, slushy drinks…you name a warm weather cliche, I am excited for it. Except for bathing suits and soup. Yes. Soup. Sometimes there is nothing better than a big bowl of warm comforting soup and I am […]

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Cheesy Bacon Cauliflower Soup

I love everything about classic loaded baked potato soup – bacon, cheese, green onions, thick and creamy soup – but I don’t love the calories and fat. One cup of loaded baked potato soup with bacon can have over 500 calories and 12 PointsPlus®. For one cup! So for a healthier option I have been […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Spicy Corn and Kale Soup

Originally I never intended to share today’s recipe on the blog. I have been on a mission lately to clean out my pantry. The result is almost always some type of soup and although good, none have been special enough to photograph and share. However this soup was different. I was surprised by how much […]

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Slow Cooker Roasted Corn Chowder

Corn chowder is one of my favorite soups around, but in winter months when corn isn’t readily available it can be hard to make one with lots of flavor. However I recently learned that roasting fresh, canned, or defrosted corn is a great way to develop flavor and add sweetness to off-season corn. This soup […]

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