It’s all about the Super Free Speed Soup…

Last week at group everyone was raving about homemade soups. I have never tried to make soup, but I really wanted to try, so my lovely Mum bought me the Little Book of Soups (thank you Mum!) First thing I did was go out and buy a blender, but not an expensive one, as there was every chance I was going to make a massive mess of this and fail at soup making, and I didn’t want a useless blender! Next on my list was to choose a soup to start with, but I literally couldn’t pick one, so I turned to Twitter and Instagram and settled on the Super Free Speed Soup. A lovely blogger I follow Sophie, shared the recipe with me and I am going to share it with you!!! Sophie’s blog is linked below, check it out!

If I can do it… Anyone can do it!!

With the quantites below I managed to make 6 big portions, and it’s freezable so that’s my dinner for the next week sorted 🙂 The only thing I wish I’d been told before hand is that you need a massive pan, which I do not have, so I improvised with a wok and a saucepan!

Super Free Speed Soup (Thanks Sophie: http://riotsanddiets.blogspot.co.uk/)

How many does it serve? 1 person, for a whole week!

How long does it take?
30 – 45 minutes cooking time, plus prep

Is it syn free? It definitely is!

What do I need?
– 1 can mixed bean salad
– 1 can green lentils
– 2 cans chopped tomatoes
– 1 can baked beans
– 1 handful of split lentils
– 2 large leeks
– 1 large onion or 2 small – medium onions
– 4 medium carrots
– 2 parsnips
– 1 green 1 red and 1 yellow pepper
– 2 vegetable stock cubes
– salt and pepper
– mixed herbs

What do I do?
Chop and put all vegetables in a pan with the rest of the ingredients, cover and bring to boil then simmer until soft. When soft, either blend for a smooth thick soup or you can leave it chunky if that’s how you’d prefer it!

Serve & enjoy the syn free goodness 🙂

Xx

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