Turkey Spinach Tomato Soup
Amber @ Fit, Foodie Runs
Shewie is it cold outside.
and believe me, I was not ready to go out and shovel.
Are ya kidding me?
But I was more than happy to take one for the team since it was Valentine’s Day and all. Plus, I needed a strength training work out. And yes, I sure got one.
I tried to convince hubby that it’s the perfect time to invest in Maryland igloos but he didn’t believe me. His loss.
He said he was looking out for me…
It took me two hours to shovel a path but it was well worth it, I ran into Mr. FedEx delivery guy. He didn’t even have to step out of his vehicle, I was right there. He waited for the perfect time
Inside my box was a fabulous assortment flavors of Ultima Replenisher. Exactly, what I needed.
Ultima Replenisher offers zero sugar, non-gmo, vegan & gluten free electrolyte drinks.
Professional 10k training starts tomorrow in the midst of all this snow, so I can give you a better update after my run, but so far they are great. You just add a pack to your water, shake and go. Not only are they plant-based but with zero sugar and zero artificial flavors, they are a step above the rest.
When I got back inside, I heard monsters belly’s growling so I headed to the stove for some warm soup.
Hubby is BIG on tomato soup, me not so much.
Mom used to “make me” eat it so I was rewarded with a grilled cheese sandwich. She used to make this recipe all the time. I have to admit, it’s much better now that I’m an adult.
- 1 package frozen spinach: thawed
- 1 package ground turkey: cooked
- 2 cans tomato soup
- 2 cans of water
- pinch of red pepper flakes
- cheese for topping (Like Cabot Cheese, Extra Sharp)
Warm up tomato soup and water in a saucepan. Add cooked ground turkey, spinach, pepper flakes and bring to a boil. Lower heat to a simmer for 15 minutes. Serve in bowls and add cheese on top.
Version 1: Turkey Spinach Tomato Soup. Mom used to make it the following as well:
Version 2: Substitute spinach for kale
Version 3: Substitute ground turkey for beans
Question: Is it a good time to invest in igloos in your state?