It was the night before New Years Eve, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse…
We all have the flu and are snuggled in bed, while I write this blog I long to lay down my head… Hehehe!
There hasn’t been a time where everyone in the house is layed out, but after all the exposure to illnesses at holiday parties, it was bound to happen!
With loving kindness, I ask to consider staying home when having a cough or fever… I know it’s not always possible, but if you can, please spare the babies and toddlers from being exposed to these harsh illnesses…
Now back to your regularly scheduled blog about healthy living… Lol!
We are due for groceries, but luckily, I was able to scramble this together from the farm fresh produce box we have delivered to our home…
Jasmine Rice Veggie Soup!
*All Organic & Gluten free food
°32 oz of Vegetable Broth
° 2 Cups of Fresh Spring Water
° 3 Cups of Rice Milk
° 8 Large Mixed Carrots (diced)
° 4-6 Cups Fresh Green Beans
° 3 Cups Chopped Fresh Spinach
° 3 Cups of Fresh Broccoli
° 2 Cups of Jasmine Rice
° 2-3 Cups of Diced Red Potatoes
° 1-2 Veggie Bouillon Cubes
° 2 teaspoons of Sea Salt
° 2 Tablespoons of Liquid Amino’s
° 3 Cloves of Garlic (minced)
° 1 Small Red Onion (diced)
° Cook Rice separately & accordingly.
° Wash all vegetables.
° Add liquids, bouillon cubes, potatoes, green beans, carrots to pot and bring to desired tenderness.
° For adults and older children add garlic, onions and spices.
° 2 minutes before serving, add rice, spinach and broccoli to the pot.
*For Babies & Toddlers:
– Use a ladle to separate a desired
amount of liquid before adding the adult version with garlic, onion and spices.
– Soften the Veggies longer for lil ones and make sure they are cut in bite size pieces.
– Do the same with the Spinach & Broccoli before adding the Rice.
This soup turned out pretty Yummy Yummy for a hodge podge last minute scramble… It felt so good on our sore throats…
My apologies, for this messy format… I’m literally typing this on my phone, while in bed with a fever… Wahwahwah! A mommy’s job is never done!
I’m wishing you all stay well this winter season, I’m gonna get up and make some of my ginger tea remedies!
I hope you have started working on your New Year’s Resolutions! Consider reducing processed sugars and foods for you and family!
I wish you a healthy and happy 2015! Happy New Year and I look forward to you visiting us again! XOXO ~