Cauliflower Tomato Soup with Crunchy Bacon (Low Carb)

A RICH TOMATO SOUP THAT IS FULL OF NUTRIENTS AND EASY ON THE BUDGET   During the weeknight when you want a fresh pot of homemade soup this a rich cauliflower tomato soup recipe which you can prepare in under an hour. Ideally if you have a crock-pot you could simmer this cauliflower tomato soup on low while you are gone to work or running errands. When you come home all you need to do is grab a bowl and spoon and your appetite. I’m always looking for ways to jazz up a tomato soup recipe to add variety especially since our father-in-law provides us with jars of fresh canned tomatoes from his garden. You can certainly taste the difference in a fresh tomato soup recipe when using organic tomatoes however it’s not necessary as I know not everyone has access to organic produce and it can be costly. Alternatively check the reduced rack at the grocery store which is great for tomatoes you can use up quickly or for special deals of the week. For this recipe using a jar of tomato marinara or strained crushed tomatoes also known in Italian as, “Passata Di Pomodoro” which you can find […]

Cauliflower Cheese Soup with Italian Meatballs

HOMEMADE SOUP NEVER TASTED SO GOOD   Move over chicken noodle soup I have a cauliflower cheese soup that will hit the spot and it’s topped with Italian meatballs. Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that are underrated and most people use it for veggies and dip but you can make so many gorgeous recipes with cauliflower. Cauliflower heads resemble those in broccoli, which differs in having flower buds. Brassica oleracea also includes broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, collard greens, and kale, though they are of different cultivar groups.- Wikipedia You can buy cauliflower that is white, orange, green or purple but you’ll pay more for the unusual coloured varieties. Cauliflower can be eaten raw, roasted, mashed, boiled, fried, steamed and baked and is low in carbohydrates which makes it perfect for low-carb diets such as the Atikins diet and is used as a substitute for potatoes and rice. I can hardly tell the difference when we make cheesy mashed cauliflower compared to mashed cheesy potatoes. Come October my soup radar starts going off especially as the nights get colder and we start to crave meals that are comforting. I happened to buy a massive cauliflower for $0.99 and needed something […]