Winter Soups Community Cookbook 

I am excited to share this beautiful Real Food Winter Soups e-Cookbook with you today! I collaborated with 51 other Real Food, Paleo, Primal, and Gluten-Free bloggers to put together this special Community Cookbook full of our BEST warming winter soup recipes! You will find 1 recipe from each blogger -- our favorite, most delicious recipe. This is a "best of the best" recipe collection!

Since I know most of my audience is Paleo, Primal, and Gluten-Free, I've got a breakdown of how many recipes fit each lifestyle:

  • 32 Paleo

  • 14 Primal 

  • 52 Gluten-Free (that's the whole cookbook!)

  • 100% Real Food Ingredients!

NOTE: These counts assume that you make minor substitutions in a handful of the recipes for ingredients like soy sauce (use coconut aminos or gluten-free tamari instead), flours (use a gluten-free flour like arrowroot starch to thicken instead of wheat or rice flour), and pastas (use a gluten-free pasta or omit). 

Here's a sampling of some of the gorgeous recipes:

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Winter Soups Community Cookbook

Winter Soups Community Cookbook -- featuring recipes from The Curious Coconut plus 51 other Paleo, Primal, Gluten-Free, and Real Food bloggers!

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See What's Included

Check out all of the recipe titles here, in alphabetical order:

Recipe Categories

  • Cheese and Cream Soups (7 recipes)

  • Pumpkin, Squash, and Root Vegetable Soups (14 soups)

  • Sweet, Sour, and Exotic Flavored Soups (5 soups)

  • Beans and Lentil Soups (4 soups)

  • Beef Based Soups (7 soups)

  • Poultry Based Soups (8 soups)

  • Pork Based Soups (6 soups)

  • Seafood Based Soups (1 soup)

Do I need a tablet (Kindle, iPad, etc.) for this e-book?

NO!! You will receive a PDF file which you can read using any PDF reader on your computer, laptop, or even smartphone! If you need to download a PDF reader, you can get the Adobe reader for free here.


Printer-Friendly Formatting

This e-book has been formatted to be printer-friendly, in case you don't have a tablet or prefer to have a paper copy of your recipes.

Why Make Your Own Soup?

It's more nutritious, budget-friendly, and tasty! Ditch the canned stuff, which can be full of all sorts of unsavory ingredients, including GMOs, MSG, hydrogenated oils, refined salt, pasteurized/homogenized dairy, unhealthy fats (industrial seed oils, trans fats), plus BPA from the can lining.

Making soup from scratch is one of the best ways to stick to a tight budget and still eat healthy, nourishing, real food!


Meet the Organizers and Contributing Authors

This Community Cookbook was made possible by the hard work of the following amazing women: Pat of Heal ThyselfAubrey of Homegrown and HealthyStarlene of GAPS Diet JourneyVivian of The Real Food Guide

Contributing Authors:

Alison of Healthnutnation
Amanda of The Curious Coconut (that's me!)
Amy of Real Food Whole Health
Beth of Red and Honey
Carol of Studio Botanica
Carolyn of Real Food Carolyn
Christy of Whole Foods on a Budget
Colleen of Five Little Homesteaders
Dina-Marie of Cultured Palate
Emily of The Urban EcoLife
Heather of The Homesteading Hippy
Iris of De Voedzame Keuken (The Nutritious Kitchen)
Jackie of Deductive Seasoning
Jan of Healthy Notions
Jennifer of Hybrid Rasta Mama
Jill of Real Food Forager
Jo of Nourishing Time
Joe of Wellness Punks
Joelle of jarOhoney
Karen of ecokaren
Karen of Nourish with Karen
Karen of Sustainable Fitness
Katie of Kitchen Stewardship
Kris of Attainable Sustainable
Kristen of Rethink Simple
Kristine of Real Food Girl: Unmodified
Lauren of Healing and Eating
Laurie of Common Sense Homesteading
Libby of eat.play.love...more
Libby of Libby Louer
Linda of The Organic Kitchen
Lydia of Divine Health From The Inside Out
Natalie of Honey, Ghee, & Me
Pamela of Paleo Table
Sandi of Sandi's Allergy Free Recipes
Sarah of Real Food Outlaws
Shannon of All Things Health
Shanti of Life Made Full
Shelley of A Harmony Healing
Sjanett of Paleolland
Stacy of A Delightful Home
Stacy of Paleo Gone Sassy
Starlene of GAPS Diet Journey
Susan of Grow In Grace Farm
Susan of Learning and Yearning
Suzanne of Strands of my Life
Sylvie of Hollywood Homestead
Tracy of Oh, The Things We'll Make!
Vanessa of Natural Family Today
Vivian of The Real Food Guide
Vivica of The Nourished Caveman 
Wendy of Cooking Quinoa

Want more recipes?

Check out the second e-cookbook in the Community Cookbook series: Naturally Sweetened Treats!