Easy Stuffed Pepper Soup

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Healthy soups are only a step away and if you find a recipe for one that is not as healthy as you like then just change it to suit your needs. Easy homemade soups recipes are a click away and with the great number of ones you can find online take a minute and give this one from Jaclyn’s kitchen a try. Any healthy homemade soup is only as healthy as you make it. Yes there are many soup recipes that are already great and healthy ones but for those recipes that don’t live up to your specific needs then feel free to change them up. Never allow the recipe to dictate to you but rather have the recipe be a guide and an inspiration. Healthy soups don’t always start out that way and like with everything else in life we must make things fit our needs. Easy homemade soups recipes can be just what the doctor ordered since soup is a light alternative to a heavy and unhealthy meal. Healthy homemade soups are a great way to eat light while still keeping your health needs in mind. If you are a lover of soup then you already understand that they can be great on any type of day whether it be cold, rainy of even the hot ones when a cold soup like gazpacho will hit the spot and hopefully rub it out.

Stuffed peppers are a thing of beauty and if you have a recipe of your own for them then you will appreciate this recipe since many of the ingredients go into the soup. If you have leftovers then never fear because soup is a great place to give them another home and you will be adding flavor right off the bat since your leftovers already have flavor so this will help to cut down your soup’s cooking time.

If you are a fan of soup then it would be in your better interest to make you own stock whether it is beef, pork, fish, chicken or veggie. Store bought stock usually comes with chemicals added to make the shelf life longer. You can find some stocks that don’t have preservatives and are low in sodium but generally speaking you are far better off making your own since you will know exactly what has gone into them. Most soup recipes call for chicken stock but if you are a vegan then you can easily change up the chicken stock for a veggie one. If you find veggies on the sale isle of the market don’t just walk on by since those overripe offerings make the best veggie stock. If you find a chicken or other meat product that is on sale since it is reaching the best before date then do the same thing. Take the meat home and make it into a stock and you will be both saving money and making a stock from something you know all the ingredients of.Thanks to Jaclyn of Cooking Classy Blog for this yummy Another Stuffed Pepper Soup Recipe and bon apetit.**

Nutrition Facts for:Easy Stuffed Pepper Soup From Cooking Classy
Ingredients:Lean ground beef, olive oil, salt, pepper, yellow onion, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, garlic cloves, canned diced tomatoes, canned tomato sauce, beef broth, fresh parsley, dried basil, dried oregano, long grain white rice.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 363, Calories from Fat 94, Total Fat 10.5g 16%, Saturated Fat 2.7g 13%, Cholesterol 68mg 23%, Sodium 844mg 35%, Potassium 1051mg 30%, Carbohydrates 37.8g 13%, Dietary Fiber 4.1g 16%, Sugars 8.6g, Protein 29.2g, Vitamin A 45%, Vitamin C 95%, Calcium 5%,Iron 95%

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