This Fat Flush Soup recipe is a tasty vegetable soup filled with the perfect blend of veggies to get your body in fat burning gear.
We are rolling out of that super indulgent time of year. And with all the deliciously diet-sabotaging options that have surely laced the tables of holiday gatherings and dinners alike, you probably need a way to balance it out.
I am not the fittest person. In fact, I am often led by my taste buds and cravings. But I try to find balance in it all. And lately, I have been trying to eat better and even worked the gym into my regular daily routines.
This fat flush soup recipe allows me to have some of that balance I crave.
What Vegetables Does The Soup Have In It?
- Sweet Potatoes
- And a bean variety
Is This Fat Flushing Soup Recipe A Detox?
We have done the Fat Flush Soup as a way to detox from bad eating at the top of the year and whenever we just feel our body in need of a couple days infused with veggies and good stuff.
It definitely helps to clear you out if you are in need.
TMI? Okay sorry, not really sorry… veggies do what they are supposed to do… *shrugs*
You can make this soup in a crockpot or if pressed for time over the stove. Either way, the most effort is put forth in cutting up your veggies.
Making Fat Flush Soup In The Crockpot
Start by dicing your carrots, sweet potatoes, onions, and celery.
Add broth, diced veggies (minus spinach), beans, and spices in the crockpot and turn on low heat.
After 6 hours or so, or when carrots and sweet potatoes have become soft, add in spinach until wilted. Roughly another 30 minutes or so.
Turn crockpot off and serve.
Making Fat Flush Soup On The Stove
It's pretty much the same as in the crockpot with a few modifications. You still start with dicing your veggies.
And in a large stock pot you want to add your broth, diced veggies (minus spinach), beans, and spices and turn on medium-high heat on the stovetop.
After 1-1.5 hours or so, or when carrots and sweet potatoes have become tender, add in spinach and cook until wilted. Roughly another 10 minutes or so.
Turn the heat off, let it cool a bit and serve.
No matter which way you choose to make it, it is pretty simple. pretty tasty. And plenty healthy.
Enjoy my friends!
If you feel the new year is a prime time to start fresh on things, including giving your diet a reset, here is a great list of other detoxing dinner recipes you may love.