Nourish Your Body with Curried Sweet Potato Soup

Nourish your body with Sweet Potato SoupKeep healthy this season by eating fresh veggies from your garden or farmers market.  This Curried Sweet Potato Soup by Health Coach duo Michele Periquet and Firouze Zeroual‘s is perfect for warding off winter chills and detoxifying your body anytime of year.

The delicious, easy to make soup can be whipped up with basic ingredients found in the pantry or from the garden. I’m really excited because I have plenty of sweet potatoes growing in a container in my garden I can harvest from. Nourish Your Body with this tasty and light meal is designed to replenish nutrients, detoxify the body, help digestion and aid weight loss to recharge you for the season ahead.  Enjoy the Curried Sweet Potato Soup recipe below!~

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** Thank you Health Coach duo Michele Periquet and Firouze Zeroual‘s for this tasty recipe share! 

Here’s Where My Sweet Potatoes Grow

If I can grow sweet potatoes in Ohio… you can too!  All you need is some sunshine , warm temperatures and healthy soil in a deep container.  Last year I grow sweet potatoes from a four pack starter plants I picked up at a local Mom and Pop garden center.  They were ready to harvest just in time  for Thanksgiving after planting them in early June.  The sweet potatoes featured in the images below can be moved into the greenhouse if the tempature gets close to freezing or a frost in my Ohio gardening zone 5b. 

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Comment below… let me know if you used this recipe and what did you think!  Do you have another healthy recipe you enjoy to prepare for your family?  I’d love to hear about it so I can try it. I’m sharing this yummy dish and more recipes on Instagram daily so lets connect : Garden Chat with Bren.

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