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How to Make Booze-Y, Creamy Roasted Tomato Basil Soup

Recipe | Spicy Homemade Tomato Soup ~ This spicy tomato soup recipe will warm you up inside no matter how chilly it gets outside. You can use an immersion blender to process the soup directly in the pot. Or, process the soup in a traditional blender in several batches. Use extra caution when blending hot liquids. #diy

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How to Create a Traditional Copper Themed 7th Anniversary Gift

This should be the opposite .. the older we get the more expensive the gifts are. We don't want diamonds when we're we want diamonds and gold and gems while we can wear them ... not when we want to wear Jammie's and go to bed at 🙄

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Update September 15, 2015: The traditional blender method below works great, but you can make it even easier and faster with a stick blender. Place all ingredients in a wide-mouth Ball jar, insert the stick blender, and whirl for about 30 seconds. Done! U

Québécois-Style Pea Soup

Québécois-Style Pea Soup, from Canadian Living - we love split pea soup, but there is really nothing that beats the Quebecois version - pure comfort food on a cold evening.

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This silky, smooth 5 Ingredient Butternut Squash Soup is a perfect way to warm up on a chilly day. With just 5 ingredients and minimal effort, you’ll have the soup whipped together in no time. Use a traditional blender or immersion blender to puree the soup into a thick, creamy soup that doesn’t rely on added cream or thickeners.

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Secretly Healthy Spinach Dip aka Lindsey’s Spinach Dip

Secretly Healthy Spinach Dip 1 10 oz container frozen chopped spinach defrost and squeeze out the juice 1 5 oz can sliced water chestnuts dice into small pieces 1 8 oz container of 1% cottage cheese blend with handheld blender or in a traditional blender until smooth and creamy 1 packet ranch dressing mix well, eat, and enjoy

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Delicious + Traditional Hummus made in the Vitamix blender

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Dinner prep happening now. Add to your crock pot (except the coconut milk!) and cook on low for 4-6 hours, or on the stove top, covered, over medium-low heat until potatoes are soft. Once everything is cooked, purée with immersion blender or traditional blender and add in coconut milk. Adjust salt and pepper to taste! Thank you to @paleoleap for awesome recipes!

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