Monday, March 7, 2016

Boulder Organic Soups Review {with Giveaway}

I love food! And food loves me (a little too much!). So, what do I eat that is delicious, healthy and won't change my jeans size? Soup! Soup has more fiber, more flavor, less sugar and helps me stay satisfied longer than for example a juice.

Boulder Organic offers organic, gluten-free and Non-GMO soups and what could be any better than that!

The Chicken Vegetable Chili was hands down my favorite. I love thick soups and I found this one to be my go to lunch staple last week! It is chock full of chicken, tomato, carrots, corn, zucchini and three kinds of beans. 

But there are so many varieties to choose from that everyone will find a soup they love:
  •  Butternut Squash with Sage
  •  Roasted Tomato Basil
  •  Red Lentil Dahl
  •  Garden Minestrone
  •  Cuban Black Bean
  •  Green Chile Corn Chowder
  •  Potato Leek
  •  Golden Quinoa and Kale
  •  Chicken Quinoa & Kale
  •  Chicken Vegetable Chili
Which one would you love to try? 

I still have my eye out for the Potato Leek and the Carrot Ginger Soup with Coconut. One reminds me of home and the other of summer. Cannot wait to try them all!

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Disclaimer: I have not received any compensation for this post. I was sent two coupons to try the soup. The opinions in this post are my own.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Salad Pie - a Literary Lunch

There is nothing better than finding the playground empty and having it all to yourself. Maggie is overjoyed. Everything is perfect for making Salad Pie. That is until Herbert arrives. Herbert wants to help make Salad Pie. But can Maggie make room for him in her game?

Salad Pie Literary Lunch -

I love SALAD PIE written by Wendy BooydeGraaff and illustrated by Bryan Langdo because I can remember making mud pies and salad pies when I was little. My daughter likes making salad soups in the backyard and the concept of this book is just a reminder of growing up. But besides salad pie this book is also about friendship. Maggie is not thrilled at first when Herbert wants to join. But little by little she realizes that two cooks make a fantastic Salad Pie.

Salad Pie Literary Lunch -

We made our own Salad Pie in our Three-in-One ECOlunchbox:
  • about 19 spinach leaves
  • 6 snow peas
  • 2 "crab apple" radishes
  • 2 radish halves
  • 11 blueberries
  • 9 roasted chick peas and
  • 3 cracker "sticks"
What I used to make this lunch (contains affiliate links):


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