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LAST NIGHTS MEAL • FALL FILLED SOUP :) . Nothing says fall like butternut squas…

LAST NIGHTS MEAL • FALL FILLED SOUP 🙂
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Nothing says fall like butternut squash soup. This recipe was so easy! I put everything in one pot and while it did take about and hour to cook, I didn’t have to do anything besides stir it occasionally! Also I added some fun toppings like cranberries and roasted pepita seeds because why not. Oh also I have a new obsession with coconut flakes so I roasted those and added them on the side (not pictured). See the recipe for all the components below:

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Butternut squash soup:
-1 butternut squash
-1 yellow onion
-3-4 cups vegetable broth
-2-3 tablespoons of olive oil
-salt and pepper (2 tbsp)
-2-3 tbsp maple syrup or honey
-rosemary (fresh is way better, 4 tbsp chopped)
-garlic clove chopped finely (or 2 tbsp garlic powder)
-1 cup quinua
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Now time for the cauliflower which I put in the soup. (Make double to use as a spread for the bread!)
-1/2-3/4 cauliflower
-rosemary (3 tbsp chopped)
-2 tbsp olive oil
-2 tbsp nutritional yeast
– 2 tbsp black pepper
-1 tbsp garlic powder
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Toppings:
– cranberries & pepitas roasted in rosemary and olive oil
-coconut flakes
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Last nights dinner • a classic Kale salad. Just made this salad with the ingredi…

Last nights dinner • a classic Kale salad. Just made this salad with the ingredients I found in the fridge and it ended up being one of my best kale salads yet! Scroll below for the recipe:) and my go to salad dressing recipe!!
P.S- do not forget to massage the kale in olive oil (or water) first!
P.P.S- chip the kale SUPER finely for an even better salad!
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Ingredients:
-kale
-sweet peppers
-avocado
-walnuts
-roasted chickpeas
-dried cranberries

Dressing: (my go to dressing)
-olive oil
-Dijon mustard
-honey
-red wine vinegar
-black pepper
-salt