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Warming Butternut Squash Soup

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Here are Eat Clean Health, we love homemade soup! Plus, we love to experiment in the kitchen. This week’s recipe is a combination of both.

Since I like to play around with flavors and recipes, I’ve combined the ingredients and instructions from 2 separate Butternut Squash Soup recipes and married them into the deliciously comforting one found here:

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I butternut squash
1 medium onion
4 stalks celery
1 Tablespoon Coconut oil
2 cups water & 2 cups organic low sodium vegetable broth
1 cup Coconut milk
Cinnamon- pinch
Nutmeg – pinch

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Bake squash 30-45 min. or until done.56568828

Peel and cube butternut squash and set aside. Chop onion and celery.

Heat the Tablespoon of coconut oil. Saute onion and celery, stirring frequently until tender (about 5 minutes).

Add squash and saute for about 3 minutes.

Add water and vegetable broth and bring to a boil. Add cinnamon and nutmeg. Lower heat, cover and simmer until squash is very tender – about 45-50 minutes.

Add coconut milk, stir and cool. Once cooled, blend until smooth.

If you’re already a client of Eat Clean Health, you know that homemade soups are a deliciously essential part of our detox plans. If you’re not yet a part of our community and you’d like to be, please visit Eat Clean Health for additional information and details about our various nutrition plans, group programs, menu planning, one-on-one counseling, recipes, blogs, health tips and more. Or contact Jodi to schedule a health consultation and get the support you need to make 2014 your healthiest, happiest year yet!

And if you’re in the area, Jodi will be presenting a free ‘10 Keys to Healthy Eating’ workshop at the Naples Wellness Center & Spa in Long Beach on Thurs. March 20th at 2 pm. Come on over and learn simple, effective tools for eating clean and improving your overall mental and physical health.



Jodi Geigle is a board certified nutrition and wellness professional highly experienced in nutrition counseling, wellness program creation, effective client behavior modification, corporate wellness and large scale team leadership with an emphasis in operations, technology and start up culture. Jodi has been featured in Women's Running, and MindBodyGreen.

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