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October 30, 2012

Sweet potato and purple cabbage soup, from Gluten-free Goddess

Sweet potato and purple cabbage soup, from Gluten-free Goddess (on Soup Chick).

A gorgeous bowl of healthy nutrients, this sweet potato and purple cabbage soup from Karina at Gluten-free Goddess comes packed with antioxidants in the sweet potatoes, cabbage, and, yes, peanut butter. It takes less than an hour to cook on the stove top (you can make it in a slow cooker, too). Adjust the heat factor to your own taste, and if you can't eat peanuts, swap in sunflower butter or cashew butter. Antioxidants never looked this good!

Get the recipe for sweet potato and purple cabbage soup from Gluten-free Goddess.

More on Soup Chick:
Vegan roasted sweet potato and corn chowder
Spicy ground beef and bean soup with cabbage and spinach, from Kalyn's Kitchen


Posted by: Shirley @ gfe | October 30, 2012 at 08:04 AM

That is a stunning soup! But I expect nothing less from the amazing Karina. For years, I thought that I didn't like cabbage soup. Turns out I like it a lot! I know I'd love this recipe. Nut butter can be an amazing addition to recipes. Thanks for sharing, Lydia!


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