An easy-to-make, paleo butternut squash soup that packs a powerful, cozy punch with healthy vegetables, bone broth, warming spices, and immune-boosting mushrooms!
Soup season is upon us - and now is also the time to double-down on protecting our immune systems from colds and flus! This soup recipe not only brings the medicinal power of mushroom extracts, but the age-old go-to of bone broth* to benefit the body with nutritious marrow.
Soups are an incredibly easy and delicious way to sneak in a bunch of good-for-you ingredients. And over here at the Real Mushrooms headquarters, those healthy ingredients always include some mushroom extracts. In this case - Turkey Tail. We paired it with flavorful spices, healthy vegetables, and nourishing bone broth* - leaving you with the ultimate cozy Butternut Squash Soup that’s packed with extra nutrients & bio-compounds.
Get ready to enjoy comfort and delicious health benefits with this paleo-friendly soup recipe!
*For a vegan version of this soup, simply substitute mushroom broth or your favorite vegetable broth!
What’s in it and why is it healthy?
What you’re left with is a creamy, savory butternut squash soup. Our version is a bit more on the savory side, but If you’d like a savory & sweet profile, try adding some apple to the mix.
All you need to make this easy and healthy butternut squash soup is a large sauté pan or stockpot, a chopping knife, and either an immersion blender or a stand blender.
That’s all there is to it!
Easy. Nourishing. Delicious. This soup is great to make ahead of time and ready to enjoy throughout the week. You can store it in the refrigerator for 4-5 days or freeze up to a few months. Or you can serve your whole family a simple and healthy meal that comes together in under 30 minutes. Either way, it makes a great addition to the weekly menu!
Time: 30 minutes
*If you’d like to add the apple, you can do so at this time.
This soup is fall comfort food at its nourishing finest. It’s a delicious and satisfying way to help nurture your body and boost your body’s natural defense system.
But remember, you can be eating all the nutritious foods and taking all the supplements, but if you don’t take time to nurture the other parts of yourself, it’ll be a losing battle. And we want you to be victorious this season.
So for a holistic, well-rounded approach to health remember to take time to mindfully rest; to connect with others; and to slow down and embrace the simple pleasures of life - like this cozy, warming and nutrient-dense butternut squash soup.
If you don’t want to use Turkey Tail, you can easily try out another mushroom extract. Each has their own unique profiles and benefits, and you can learn about each one with our article highlighting the top 7 benefits of the main medicinal mushrooms. These different mushroom extracts can easily be added to whatever you’re cooking up in the kitchen.
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