Split Pea Soup

Please share!

Do you often find yourself eating foods that don’t make you feel energized?

What if I told you you could make your own high energy split pea soup in under 30 minutes, would you want to know the recipe? Wait no longer. The recipe for my “Split Pea Soup” is now yours. Enjoy the amazing health kick you will get with every spoon full of this delicious and nutritious soup.

Ingredients

2 1/2 cups of split peas
1 organic bouillon cube
5 cups of water
6 large carrots – diced
1/4 cup grated ginger – minced
1 large onion – diced
6 cloves of garlic – minced
1 tblsp Himalayan crystal salt
2 tblsp ground black pepper

How to Prepare

Bring water to a boil and add all the ingredients. Simmer on low/medium heat with lid over pot for 30-45 minutes. Puree with a hand blender until desire constancy is reached. Freeze any leftover soup to eat when in a hurry.

Recipe Tip

Increase the nutritional value of this soup by adding either quinoa, brown rice pasta or ground nuts of your choice to each bowl.

 

Power of Food Nutrition Coaching for YOU! 

Are you having trouble losing those final 10 pounds? Would you like it to be easy to see them slip away? How about your sleep? Do you wake in the morning feeling tired, grumpy and easily irritated? Would you like to wake up feeling well rested and happy?

If you said YES, my Power of Food Telecoaching will get you on track fast and with ease!

Please share!
About Adam Hart

Adam Hart is the bestselling author of The Power of Food. When not on stage speaking, Adam can be found helping one of his many corporate clients in awakening an abundance of energy through his highly engaging stress management solutions.Contact Adam to book a demo for an enhanced corporate wellness experience.

Comments

  1. Hello Adam – tried this recipe from your book today. I cooked up some dried split peas and used 2 1/2 cups of the cooked peas. I wasn’t sure if the 2 1/2 cups of split peas was “dried” split peas or “canned” split pleas in your recipe however – so I may have been short on peas this time around – let me know for next time I make it please.

Leave a Reply to KT Cancel reply

*