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Turkey, White Bean, and Kale Soup

Turkey, White Bean, and Kale Soup
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Serve with garlic bread or crusty fresh bread.
Yields:6 servings
Ingredients

To Freeze and Cook Later

  1. Label your freezer bag with the name of the recipe, cooking instructions, and “use-by” date.
  2. Add all ingredients except broth to your freezer bag.
  3. Remove as much air as possible, seal, and freeze.

To Cook

  1. Add broth and cook on "low" setting for 8 hours or until carrots are soft.


17 Comments

  • Christina Shinn says:

    Is there a way to pick out meals from different groups and get one shopping list??

  • Rita Schneck says:

    Can’t stand kale! How would spinach be as a substitute?

  • linda Gregoire says:

    hi !! love your recipes !! no fancy ingredients I never heard of lol thats the kind of recipes I like !! can I put frozen chicken breast in my bag after the veggies or does it have to be fresh ! right now I want to use what I have in the freezer !! with Christmas coming up do yu have any Turkey soup recipes so I can use up my turkey leftovers !! Thanks

  • Cher Dantzler says:

    I’m making this recipe today. Can you please tell me where the label is for it?
    Thanks
    Cher

  • Debra Mahan says:

    As a new member I wish each label was attached to the recipe so that when you printed the recipe you could also print the label instead of searching for it or having to write a label. Some I can find but it’s kind of a pain to have to spend the time searching for the labels via the cookbook pdfs etc 🙂

  • Toshia Verheggen says:

    Also a new member. After using other apps that import the shopping list into instacart, this is challenging. Also, I can’t edit the shopping list to add/chage items or adjust quantities. Sorry, it just feels like I’m stepping back in time a little bit in terms of ease of use.

  • Toshia Verheggen says:

    How long would you cook this one in the instant pot?

  • Tammy Simpson says:

    where did you get the labels you for the freezer bags?

  • Kamala Fields says:

    Hello –
    Sounds delicious! I would like to know how to find the label as well. Thank you!

    • Moe P. says:

      Kelly has said that providing labels to print with each meal is something they’re hoping to implement. In the meantime, I just take a large address label, write the name of the meal, the “use by” date, slap it on the bag, and freeze. I created a “Family Freezer Meal Folder” containing all the recipes I’ve cooked so far. When I want to cook a freezer meal, I just refer to the cooking instructions there. Even my kids know the drill so they choose the meal they want from the freezer, defrost it in the sink for a bit, refer to our “Family Freezer Meal Folder” and get supper started!

  • Michelle Schultz says:

    Separate spices instead of “1 packet Italian salad dressing” would be preferable

  • Emily Krueger says:

    Hi, just wondering if your freezer meals, in general, could be vacuum sealed instead of put in ziplocks?

  • Pamela Almandinger says:

    I can’t figure out where to find labels

    • Moe P. says:

      Kelly has said that providing labels to print with each meal is something they’re hoping to implement. In the meantime, I just take a large address label, write the name of the meal, the “use by” date, slap it on the bag, and freeze. I created a “Family Freezer Meal Folder” containing all the recipes I’ve cooked so far. When I want to cook a freezer meal, I just refer to the cooking instructions there. Even my kids know the drill so they choose the meal they want from the freezer, defrost it in the sink for a bit, refer to our “Family Freezer Meal Folder” and get supper started!

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