Got the inspiration for this one from Leanne again.
I dunno… it seems like everything she does truly inspires me lately. Maybe I should get a subscription to her blog or something…
Oh, wait. I already do!
Seriously, though, for some reason, it almost feels like she is connected directly into my mind, lately. If she was a restaurant, I’d order from her every day.
So don’t be surprised if you see a few more of her recipes (with a “Healthy Foodie” twist) make an appearance on here in the upcoming weeks or months.
You know what else?
I think she also had a profound effect on my utilization of color! I don’t think I’ve ever
used dared use so much color in my photos before.
But lately, it feels like I NEED to add splashes of vibrant colors to all my settings. Like they’re calling me.
Hey, I can’t say I’m hating it.
Like I can’t say I’m hating this cauliflower soup.
Not even close.
This is one unbelievably THICK soup, although you could very well make it a little bit looser by adding more liquid if you wanted to. I chose to add very little to mine because I wanted it to have that very thick, almost puree like consistency.
I think it makes a soup that much more filling and satisfying when it’s really nice and thick.
And filling and satisfying would be the very definition of this luxurious soup.
Both times I had it, I could not believe how full I was after having eaten “just a tiny little bowl of soup”
Well, after all, there IS half a head of cauliflower, one entire head of garlic and a little bit over half an apple in every bowl.
Yet, this soup contains virtually no fat, is super low in calories, is loaded with proteins and has TONS of flavor!
The combination of roasted cauliflower, roasted garlic and apple, topped with a touch of vinegar really is outstanding.
And talk about elegant! Oh, how I love it when my food looks all sophisticated like that.
One word of warning though. The addition of Greek yogurt and egg whites makes this soup extremely delicate. You can never allow it to boil after these ingredients have been added, else the yogurt would curdle and the egg whites would scramble.
Not what I would call very pleasing to the eye, or the palate for that matter.
So if you were to reheat it, do so over very low heat, ever so patiently and with plenty of TLC.
But chances are, there will be no leftovers for you to reheat, so you shouldn’t have to worry about that!