Winter is the perfect time to dive into the warmth of a nourishing bowl of soup. Whether you like to follow a recipe or get creative with ingredients you already have on hand, soup is a simple one-pot meal that you can easily prepare ahead. This month’s recipes for our PreCODE and ReCODE members include Super Greens Miso SoupSoul Warming Chili, and Calming Cauliflower Soup (recipe below.)

Calming Cauliflower Soup


Not only is this soup comforting, but it is also deeply nourishing. The stars in this soup are turmeric and cauliflower. Turmeric contains many anti-inflammatory healing benefits, giving the soup its beautiful yellow color, and cauliflower is naturally packed with vitamin C and fiber. Serve this soup as the main course or as a side dish on a chilly night, and enjoy!

Yield: Three Servings


● 1 large head of cauliflower, cut into 6 to 8 large chunks
● 1/2 large carrot or two small carrots, peeled and cut into four pieces
● 1 thumb size piece of ginger, peeled and cut into four pieces
● 3 cloves of garlic
● 2 tbsp turmeric powder
● Black pepper
● Pink Himalayan sea salt
● 1 cup of unsweetened coconut milk or 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk for those concerned about cholesterol.


● Coconut milk, full fat (optional)
● Your favorite dried herbs (pairs well with thyme and dill)
● Freshly ground black pepper


1) Bring 6 cups of water (48 oz) to a boil in a large pot. Add the cauliflower, carrots, and ginger. Cook for about 20 minutes on medium heat until your veggies are thoroughly cooked through and are very soft.
2) Turn the heat off your soup and let it completely cool.
3) Using a high-power blender, blend your soup until smooth.
4) Add in salt to taste, turmeric and black pepper to taste, garlic and coconut milk. Blend.
5) Transfer the soup back to the pot and heat on low-medium.
6) Serve your soup; use a spoon to drizzle on an extra bit of coconut milk. Sprinkle with your favorite dried herbs and enjoy!

Nutrition Servings Facts for Calming Cauliflower Soup

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