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Our weekend plans are shaping up to be pretty darn relaxing: a crackling fire, cozy duds, and a warm bowl of soup is the ultimate recipe for a quality night in (especially with below freezing temperatures in the forecast!). Add in a light arugula salad and an oaky Chardonnay and let the R&R begin! Ingredients: 1 tub Boulder Organic! Butternut Squash Soup with Sage 1 bowl spicy arugula (or another dark leafy green you prefer) Light dressing of … Continue reading →
Ingredients: (Serves 2) 1 tub Boulder Organic! Potato Leek Soup ½ cup diced fennel root 1 dash black pepper ¼ rotisserie chicken Directions: Pairing smoky ingredients with potatoes is hard to beat. Sauté ½ cup diced fennel root in butter and add a dash of black pepper. Meanwhile, shred some rotisserie chicken and add it to the fennel for a minute or two. Then toss the fennel mixture into the heated Potato Leek soup. … Continue reading →
Happy National Soup Month! One of our favorite quick weeknight meals is our Roasted Tomato Basil soup. But on nights where we have just a bit more time, we like to kick things up by adding our favorite gluten and grain free gnocchi from Cappello’s and some mozzarella ciliegine to our bowl. Here’s our simple recipe that will make any weeknight meal divine! Ingredients: (Serves 2) 1 tbsp olive oil 1, 12 oz package Cappello’s … Continue reading →
In honor of National Soup Month we wanted to share our soup party tips with you! Check out a few of our go-to ideas and some topping, serving and side tips from some of our favorite food blogger friends! 1. Make it a potluck! Instead of one person cooking all of the soup, ask each neighbor to bring one bowl of soup and have a recipe swap. If there are “too many cooks” suggest … Continue reading →
Ingredients: 1 tub Boulder Organic! Garden Minestrone Soup ¼ lb. of Italian sausage Directions: Brown ¼ pound of Italian sausage (sweet or spicy), then add it to one container of Garden Minestrone in a sauce pan. Heat to desired temperature and serve with a grilled pesto and mozzarella panini.
In this week’s recipe we use our vegetarian Carrot Ginger soup with Coconut as a base for a delicious fall vegetarian curry dish with squash and cauliflower—perfect for those cool nights ahead and a great way to use up that leftover turkey this weekend (just add it diced up at the end)! If you don’t have the squash listed on hand, feel free to use another kind and even add in a few more … Continue reading →
Based in Boulder, of course, we love getting outside and fall in Colorado is simply spectacular. We really can’t think of a better way to spend an autumn afternoon than driving, hiking or even snowshoeing through the high country and bringing some fresh, organic soup along for the ride. So, grab your favorite Boulder Organic! soup and get outside! 1). Pack a few good outdoor blankets to lay out on the grass and … Continue reading →