Creamy Broccoli Potato Soup

Creamy Broccoli Potato Soup

A steaming bowl of soup just begs for a crunchy salad of fresh greens at its side and a thick slice of crusty bread to mop up the bowl. Every sip is loaded with great nutrients, a simple soup that cares about your children nutrition, as well as making the organic distinction here. 

Yield: 7 – 8 servings
Cooking time: 25 - 30 minutes 

• 500g fresh broccoli, cut into florets

• 1 medium potatoes, peeled and diced small
• 1 cup sweet corn
• 1 large white onion, chopped
• 2 medium carrot, diced
• 4 garlic cloves, minced
• 1 teaspoon Biogreen® 84 Live Sea Salt
• 75g Biogreen® O’Kid High Protein Organic Soya Milk Powder
• Biogreen® BG 100 Organic Oat Bran Powder (optional)

• 1 celery stalk, chopped into sticks

• ½ medium carrot, chopped into sticks
• A hunk of bread 

Preparation method:-
1. Heat the broccoli, potatoes, sweet corn, white onion, carrot and cloves in a stock pot over high heat to boil. Reduce heat; simmer and covered for 15 to 20 minutes or until the vegetables are tender. Remove the stock pot from the heat.
2. Place half of the broth mixture into a blender or food processor. Cover and blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a medium bowl. Return the pureed mixture to the stock pot with the rest of the mixture, heat through and stir thoroughly. Stir in the Biogreen® O’Kid High Protein Organic Soya Milk. Cook over medium heat until mixture is hot. Season to taste.
3. Sprinkle servings with Biogreen® BG 100 Organic Oat Bran Powder (optional).
4. A nice hunk of bread, along with carrots and celery sticks to be served with soup. 

Health tips:-
Broccoli and carrots have a super power: merely eating 2 fist-full portions of leafy greens and certain vegetables with beta-carotene (such as carrots) per day helps reduce body fat, lower the risk of liver diseases, type 2 diabetes and other diseases.
A higher percentage of calories from protein may help with weight control due to the increase in satiety, greater thermic effect and improved body composition.
The high protein high fiber (HPHF) diet had a satiating effect by reducing food intake compared with either high protein or high fiber diets, and has the potential to lead to greater compliance in weight-loss programs.

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