“This minestrone recipe can be loosely interpreted. The beauty is you can use what you have in the fridge and pantry! It’s a great, hearty soup for this time of year, especially,” Shari Kimmey.
Healing Bone Broth
It’s no myth, chicken broth really is good for the soul, also, the body. Sheri Haughton, mom of high schooler Jacob and middle schooler Gabriel, has the most beautiful, glowing, WRINKLE-FREE, flawless skin. Could this concoction be Sheri’s fountain of youth? Give it a try and let us know. Thanks Sheri for this recipe!
“One of my favorite ways to increase collagen consumption is by making a bone broth …” Dr. Josh Axe, certified doctor of natural medicine and clinical nutritionist with a passion to help people get healthy by using food as medicine.
According to Dr. Axe, collagen is good for the health of our skin, hair, gut, nails, teeth and assists in detoxing, boosting metabolism and energy, as well as reduction of cellulite and stretch marks.
Sara’s Split Pea Soup
Prep. Forget. You’re set.
Makers on a mission adore the simplicity, and even more so, the flavor of this hearty soup. “This recipe tastes even better after refrigerated and reheated the next day,” writes Vicki Bruno.
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- 1 Bag Dried Split Peas
- 1 Ham Bone *
- 3/4 - 1 lb Raw Carrots cubed
- 1 Onion diced
- 2 Bay Leaves
- 8 C Chicken Broth (or water)
- Put everything together in the crock pot on low for 6 hours or longer. Season with white pepper if you'd like. Enjoy!
- Once all of the peas fall apart, remove the ham bone and stir in any bits of ham from it back into the soup.
- Season with white pepper if you'd like. Wonderful meal served with crusty bread and a salad.