My Slimming World Favourite Syn Free Soup Recipe

My Slimming World Favourite Syn Free Soup Recipe

I love my Slimming World Syn Free Soup and its one of those soups for all ocassions. And is an incredible weight loss option if you feel like you are in a rut with your Slimming World diet. I remember years ago my mum used to follow one similar to this and she would spend a week living off soup and you it as a meal replacement for two meals a day and then just have a regular Slimming World evening meal and it worked a treat!

In Portugal we have a similar soup that is served cold and I am always having it for a starter in the local restaurants.

My favourite ingredient of the last five years that was not around when I first did Slimming World is butternut squash. I just love it! And it is like a dream for creating creamy amazing recipes. In recipes that you would normally add cream you can add butternut squash instead. It does soups, sauces, roasties and lots more.

I suggest giving them a go if you have not tried them before as they can make a huge difference to your Slimming World recipes.

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My Slimming World Favourite Syn Free Soup
Recipe type: Free Slimming World Recipes Cuisine: Soup Author: Samantha Milner Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 1 hour Total time: 1 hour 10 mins Serves: 8
1 Chopped Onion
2 Finely Sliced Small Leeks
2 Chopped Carrots
2 Crushed Cloves Of Garlic
2 Sliced Celery Sticks
½ Head Of White Cabbage Roughly Chopped
1 Litre Chicken Stock
1 Peeled & Cubed Butternut Squash
Tbsp Fresh Thyme
1 Cal Cooking Spray
Salt & Pepper
Spray a large pan with the one calorie spray and place it on the hob on a medium heat.
Then add the onions, leeks, celery and garlic to the pan.
Sautee the vegetables until they turn a golden brown colour while adding small amounts of stock if you notice that they’re sticking to the bottom or sides of the pan.
After the vegetables have turned golden brown, add the cabbage and carrots to the pan. And cook for five minutes.
Carefully pour the rest of the stock into the pan.
Add the butternut squash and the thyme to the pan.
Allow everything to boil.
Lower the heat to low heat and let the mixture simmer for at least one hour.
After an hour has passed, remove the soup from the pan and place it into a blender and blend your soup.
Add salt and pepper and any other seasons you prefer (my mum likes to add a little curry powder).´
This will make enough for me so a few days so at this point you could put some of it into freezer bags and then serve the rest now
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