Zucchini Stew


Even though the seasons have shifted, I still love making my soups and stews. Most of my recipes take between 10-15 minutes and really require minimal effort. If you prep your foods on a Sunday to cut back on cooking time for the week ahead, you simply have to simmer your chopped veggies, water, and seasonings to make a pleasant soup.

This recipe contains one of my favorite veggies, zucchini.  The abundant health benefits of zucchini are saturated even in the broth from letting the soup mixture simmer for 15 minutes. Every bite counts!

Zucchini is packed with Vitamin A which is vital for our eyesight, immune system and skin health.  Zucchini is also a great food to include in an anti-inflammatory diet because of its high value of antioxidants. Other vitamins and minerals found in zucchini include an array of b-vitamins, including folate, and potassium.

Now I know you want to make this gluten free and vegetarian soup so you can experience all these zucchini benefits!

Zucchini Stew
Recipe Type: Soup
Cuisine: Vegetarian
Author: Sarah @ Balanced Babe
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Serves: 2
  • – 3 zucchinis
  • – 2 cups of water
  • – 1 cup of low sodium veggie stock
  • – 2 cups of spinach
  • – 1 white onion
  • – 3 cloves of garlic
  • – 4 shakes from Spice Panda’s Vulcan Fire Salt
  • – pinch of seasonings including: oregano, parsley, basil, pepper, chili powder, and himalayan salt
  • – 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • – 50 oz goat cheese
  1. chop the white onion and garlic, and simmer in the soup pot for about 5 minutes with coconut oil
  2. add the 1 cup of vegetable stock and 2 cups of water
  3. While simmering, chop the zucchini then add the zucchini to the soup pot
  4. simmer for about 7 minutes
  5. add the seasonings and spinach, simmer for another 10 minutes
  6. Spoon into bowls, top with sprinkled goat cheese, and serve!


You can have a biiiig bowl of zucchini stew for lunch, or have a serving of this soup for dinner with a wilted kale salad.

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