I love most carbs. Heck, I love all carbs. I’m not sure I have ever come across a carb I didn’t like. I love when I’m training for a longer race and get to eat
all more of the carbs. I’m talking about those good, white, nothing-really-healthy carbs here!
The problem is: carbs like me, too. They like to hang around as fat. Let me just say before some peoples’ underwear get in a bunch – I don’t want a lesson on how your body processes carbs. I KNOW HOW IT DOES IT! I know the science behind it, I will talk about it for hours.
But most people don’t want to hear the science behind it. Plus, talking about carbs in the health/fitness world is like a political debate at my momma’s table between me the sister and the brother; it can get ugly FAST!
So, yea, me and carbs- it’s a love/hate thing. All this leads up to basically saying: here is a low carb soup my family will eat. Please know I do not have my boys follow any type of “diet”, but when I can cut down on my meal prep and help the grocery budget out by feeding us all the same thing, I do!
I call this Pizza Soup, so my kids will eat it, but really it is like a tomato soup, and with the cauliflower it’s very filling.
Here is how you make it…
(Or just skip this and I have the steps at the bottom.)
Next, I poured my cauliflower back into the empty pot it had cooked in. I added two cans of organic tomato sauce. The cans I used were 8ounces. Rookie mistake- I have no picture of this step. If you get completely lost, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I can send some reenactment pictures.
Stir everything really well and let it cook for awhile on low.
Ok -some hints: I do not have a fancy blender (or even a good blender) and it can make this soup. And as far as the seasoning goes, use what you have on hand or what you like. I hope y’all enjoy this as much as my crew did.
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