Time: 20 Mins Difficulty: Very Easy Serves:6 Price: £3
I honestly can only think of one thing to warm me up in these winter months a thick warm soup has to be my go to, regardless of the season its always my go to.
This soup is super simple, and one of my favorites. I used to live on this while I was at college, its so quick and easy- and best of all cheap! Whether you are making a massive batch to freeze, or a small one for a one off lunch, this soup is diverse and even loved by the non-vegetable fans!
You can make this soup two ways, if you own a soup maker (its fantastic and I highly recommend) you can just pop the ingredients in and wait 30 mins and it’s done. If you don’t have a soup making it’s also super simple.
- Butternut Squash x2
- Sweet Potato x3
- Black Pepper
- Vegetable Stock – Powder. x4 spoonful’s
- Firstly cut up the butternut squash and sweet potato into small little chunks after pealing. Pop the veg into boiling water and wait until soft.
- Drain the veg and put into a blender, make sure the lid is on firmly so not to get burning potato on you. Smash it all up until its smooth and not lumpy.
- Transfer the veg from the blender into a clean pan- add a couple of spoonful’s of the powder veg stock into the mix and pepper and a smidge of salt, turn the heat on low and start stirring. Once it starts boiling- start the taste test! Add more pepper or salt if you’d like.
Serve with crusty bread and enjoy!!