Spiced Carrot Apple Pumpkin Soup
All the vitamin 'A' you can get!

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 pumpkin 15-oz size
2 carrots large size
2 apples eating size
3 garlic cloves
1 onion
2 potatoes medium size
2 pints vegetable stock
3 tbl sunflower oil
2 fl oz full cream
1/2 tsp cinnamon ground
1 tsp basil
to decorate pumpkin seeds
to decorate sesame seeds
to taste pepper mix
to taste salt
2 tbl full cream

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Pumpkin is a king of all squash (cucurbita) plants. It is full of beta-carotene which is a provitamin that converts into vitamin 'A' once inside the body!

  • 30
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

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Have you thought about what really makes us happy every day? Is it a pumpkin soup? Or perhaps a piece of a strawberry cake? It’s not a secret that everyday happiness depends on our food. Hence, here is something very healthy and delicious – a Spiced Apple Pumpkin Soup recipe.

Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Pumpkin is a king of all squash (cucurbita) plants. It is full of beta-carotene which is a provitamin that converts into vitamin A once inside the body.

Even one cup of canned pumpkin provides daily value of vitamin K with 7 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, 80 calories, 1 gram of fat and even reducing risks for some types of cancer. And while beta-carotene is essential for eyes health pumpkin seeds are packed with protein, magnesium, potassium and zinc.

So, try pumpkin in a soup, salad or cake. Roast it, grill, stuff, steam, boil… whatever – this squash will delight you every time! Be sure to add it to your meal planner this autumn!

Bon appétit!

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Steps

1
Done

Peel and chop potatoes, carrots, pumpkin and apples. Heat casserole, add oil, onion and garlic. Fry until golden. Add cinnamon, basil and fry until fragrant. Add potatoes, carrots, pumpkin and apples and fry for another few minutes.

2
Done

Transfer vegetables to the casserole, add stock. Stir, close the lid and cook for 20 minutes until the ingredients are soft. Season the soup with pepper and salt. Once the soup is cooked, allow to cool a little. Then transfer the soup to a blender, add full cream and whizz until silky smooth. Add seasoning. You may add extra stock or water to thin the soup.

3
Done

Decorate the soup with a spoon of cream, pumpkin and sesame seeds. You may also add a cute little bread on top if you want and season it with lemon juice :-)

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I’ve never tried Pumpkin Soup, but your beautiful presentation of this soup, will definitely change that! I really enjoy hearty, creamy soups in the Fall, so I’m looking forward to making a big pot soon!

Hi Cait! Thanks! I can’t wait to see your result. Can you please upload a few of your images to the review section above? I would love to see them. Enjoy the soup! 😉

Love your pictures! The soup looks so inviting. I love pumpkin soup but sometimes it scares me. I’ve had my share of re-dos. Pinning this for the weekend!!!

Great to hear that Macy! Potatoes add texture and apples – taste. By mixing these and other ingredients together you can have a different pumpkin soup every week! Thank you for stopping by! 😉

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