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Broccoli and cheddarless soup

I love Broccoli, and I love cheese, but after a lot of research, I’ve really tried to cut a LOT of dairy out of my diet.  And since I’m a huge fan of soup, I decided to make some shit up and throw it all together and hope it tasted good… And it did! So I decided to share! Please note: Use Organic as much as possible 🙂

This soup is vegetarian, and gluten free. (I know it sounds like I sucked the life out of it, but I didn’t.)

What you need:

1 head of Organic Broccoli (duhhh)
1 Medium onion
2/3 cup of Nutritional Yeast (don’t worry, this isn’t bad for you, in fact is a vegetable protein source-which mimics the taste of cheese #winning) AND I didn’t measure this super closely so feel free to always add more
3 Tbsp of Organic Ghee (which is a fancy term for clarified butter-you can also make your own, but I do not.) Remember healthy fat is NOT the enemy in your fitness goals… Sugar and chemicals are!
3 Garlic Cloves Minced
1 1/2 tsp of Himalayan salt
1/4 tsp of pepper (but if you like the spice, free pour that shit)
3 tbs of COCONUT flour
900 mL of no salt vegetable broth (or if not concerned about animals being in your soup, you can use no sodium chicken broth)
2 Cups of Cashew milk (this is the creamiest of the “other” kinds of milk)

Instructions

  • TRIM and finely chop broccoli, keeping stems and florets separate (6 cups). Don’t be me-I didn’t separate the stems and florets at first.
  • MELT Ghee in a large pot over medium. Add onion and broccoli stems. Cook, stirring occasionally, until stems begin to soften, about 7 min. Add garlic, salt and pepper and stir until fragrant, 2 min. Add coconut flour and cook for 1 min.
  • GRADUALLY stir in broth and cashew milk. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to medium-low. Simmer until stems are fork-tender, about 4 min, then add florets and simmer until tender, about 4 more min. Remove from heat.
  • PURÉE soup with an immersion blender until smooth. Return pot to heat, reduced to low, and stir in cheddar. Ladle into bowls. REMEMBER to burp the lid of your blender if you use a big blender. Or cover it with with a dish cloth so that if the lid does explode off it doesn’t burn you. You can also garnish with whatever floats your boat, I used pepper and parsley.And lastly take a picture and tag me in it!

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