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To keep our mums warm this winter we have a yummy healthy broccoli and almond soup recipe for you to enjoy with all the family or with a nice bread roll for your lunch!

Ingredients

50g (1/2 cup) ground almonds

900ml Vegetable stock

675g Broccoli

Sea salt and ground black pepper

Method

Cut broccoli into small florets and place in saucepan. Add stock and bring to the boil. Simmer for 6 – 7 minutes until tender. Add the ground almonds and blend with a hand held blender stick or food processor until smooth. Add salt and pepper to taste. Pour into serving bowls and serve immediately

Serves 4 – 6

 

  • Tick :) Another awesome and tasty soup for the Winter list.

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  • I will be bouncing off walls I will be so healthy

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  • Great flavour combination, i would never have thought of that. thanks

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  • Love the idea of adding almonds.

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  • hmm. will definitely try this for my child!

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  • a combination i would not have considered! might try

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  • I don’t know if would like this I will give it ago but unsure if it will be ok for me

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  • I like the idea of ground almonds to thicken the soup. Would make it really nice and a yummy sweetness.

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  • I’ve got a Cream of Broccoli Soup recipe that includes cashews in the mixture, and it’s really delicious. I’ll have to try it with almonds instead. This recipe goes to prove that hearty soups don’t have to be loaded with calories.

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  • Will definitely be trying this one, sounds delicious.

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  • This is an interesting flavour combination in a soup. Will have to try it.

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  • Would never of thought of using almonds in a soup


    • Would never had thought of that either, does look good though.

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  • that is a different sort of soup – never added almonds to a soup before

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  • I would never have thought of adding almonds,

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  • I love broccoli soup and would never have thought to put almonds in it. Will have to try this, perhaps with a bit of chilli too.

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