Moroccan Chickpea Soup

19 Dec

If you haven’t noticed yet, we love soup.

Both of our Pinterest accounts have their own board just for soup, to keep track of our favorite recipes and the ones we want to try ASAP.

Kayla’s board can be found here: soups, stews, and chili!

Devon’s board can be found here: soup, soup, and more soup!

With so many new recipes pinned on both of our boards, choosing the next soup recipe to make is always a challenge. After lots of discussion we finally chose a soup from one of our new favorite blogs, The First Mess.

This soup is super flavorful and a fun twist on the typical chickpea soup recipe. The spice combination of cinnamon, cumin, and coriander make for a mind blowing flavor explosion in your mouth.

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If you’re looking for a new soup recipe to try, we promise you won’t be disappointed by this one. Head on over to her blog to check out this amazing soup recipe. While you’re there make sure to check out a couple of other recipes were just dying to make over the next few weeks.

The first, is this raw breakfast crumble. It’s a mix of almonds, dates, cinnamon, honey, and fruit that we think would make the perfect breakfast bowl.

Next up, is a stuffed sweet potato with almonds, brown rice, and roasted chickpeas. We love sweet potatoes, we love chickpeas, and we can’t wait to try this combination. It’s one of Laura’s favorite post-workout meals, with a mix of both carbs and protein.

The last, is this chia seed pudding recipe. We found two combinations on her blog, a vanilla raspberry and chocolate version. The raspberry chia pudding recipe, incorporates almonds, chia seeds, raspberries, vanilla, water, and agave to serve a whole bunch of people. The other, is a chocolate chia seed pudding with cacoa powder, maple syrup, and milk with a handful of wholesome granola. This version, perfect for Devon, and the other perfect for Kayla.

So who’s coming over to make a few recipes with us next week? Both chia seed recipes serve more than one!

xoxo

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One Response to “Moroccan Chickpea Soup”

  1. Health, Love, and Chocolate December 20, 2013 at 1:42 am #

    This looks amazing! I love recipes from the First Mess. Excuse me while I go stalk your Pinterest boards now…

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