Raw Food Soup Recipes – 2 Easy Recipes!

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Raw food soup recipes are an easy way to make a meal. All you do is put some vegetables in a blender and you have an easy, light, and nutritious meal.

This recipe is one that I make on a regular basis with common items that I usually have stocked in my refrigerator:

Everyday Raw Blended Soup

3 really ripe medium sized tomatoes

1/2 of an apple (for sweetness)

1/4 of a red, yellow, or orange bell pepper

1/4 of a medium cucumber

1/4 of an avocado (for consistency)

1 green onion (white part only)

2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil




2 small cloves garlic (or 1 large clove)

few pinches sea salt or pink salt to taste or a small handful or dulse seaweed (for saltiness)

cayenne pepper to taste

Garnish (choose all or only a few)

Your choice of chopped green onion (green part only), chopped cucumber,chopped bell pepper, chopped apple, chopped tomato, and/or chopped parsley

Sprinkle with ground pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, or whole hemp seeds

Sprinkle with dulse flakes or kelp granules

Top with sauerkraut (optional)

Drizzle with olive oil

Rough chop the tomatoes, apples, and cucumber. Then add all the ingredients to the blender and blend until smooth. I choose different garnishes everyday, whatever I happen to have on hand. The more chopped vegetables you put into your soup the more filling it’s going to be. You can add fresh herbs and seasonings to the soup such as basil or oregano for variety, whatever you have in the fridge works:)

This is a spicy soup that uses sweet carrot juice as the base:

Fiesta Soup

1 cup carrot juice (I cheated and used store bought carrot juice from the refrigerated section, not raw, but quick)




an avocado

Juice from 1 lime or lemon

Small handful cilantro

2 green onions

teaspoon cumin

1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper or less

Blend the ingredients in a blender to make a soup. Garnish with green onion, cilantro, bell pepper, avocado, and to make it, “over the top” top it with Farm house smoked jalapeo sauerkraut or homemade or another brand of raw sauerkraut. Makes 1 serving.

Hope you enjoyed these two soup recipes! For more recipes and resources check out the links below:

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Source by Cecilia Benjumea

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