Paleo Princess Kristin Blasiak Roasted Vegetable Soup with Homemade Herb and Cheese Crackers APRIL 11, 2016

If you saw my previous post, you know that I have been creating this soup for the better half of the day. It is a lot of work to roast vegetables but there is no doubt that this is the only method to impart the utmost flavour into any soup. I chose to roast butternut squash, carrots, garlic and onions to create a beautifully lush soup which was perfectly complimented with my crispy herb and cheese crackers.

What a divine meal for a gloomy day such as today. What are your favourite soups? I myself am a lover of all root vegetables. So hardy and flavourful, there’s no way that you can go wrong!

Kristin Soup Apr 11 16


Butternut squash

Vidalia onion



Chicken stock

Avocado oil

Salt & pepper

Coconut milk



Curry powder

Freshly grated ginger


Preheat oven to 400

Roast squash, onion, carrot and garlic on a sheet pan after rubbing with avocado oil and seasoning with salt and pepper.

In a pot, mix the water, chicken stock and coconut milk with the roasted vegetables, ginger and curry powder.

Simmer for as long as you can to impart the most flavour.

Blend and enjoy!

Cracker Recipe 


Almond flour

Tapioca flour

Sea salt


Dried rosemary

Fresh Parsley



Preheat oven to 350

In a mixer, combine all ingredients until a dough ball forms.

Roll out dough thinly between two pieces of parchments and using a pizza cutter, slice the cracker shapes.

Bake for 15 minutes or until desired doneness.

Cool and enjoy!

As a Paleo devotee,   my successes and failures are dedicated to leading a healthy Paleo-inspired lifestyle.

Most of my recipes do not include exact measurements because I rely heavily on my intuition when cooking. These measurements also fluctuate depending on how many people you are cooking for and your personal preferences so I invite you to put your own personal spin on any recipes I post.

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