Tomato Basil Recipes: 4 Ways

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cleverly disguising healthy foods inside other foods not commonly known to be healthy

What could be better than a superfood infused Bloody Mary? Or a low carb pasta meal packed with veggies that will have you feeling vibrant inside and out? Our Roasted Tomato Basil is a big crowd pleaser but secretly packs a heart healthy punch. The non-dairy soup has a smooth, and slightly creamy texture, and is packed with roasted tomatoes and veggies, fresh basil and healing herbs. And what’s more, this versatile soup goes from day to night in a flash. Tomato Basil: 4 Ways will be sure to help you out with your meal prep for the family, and for you. 😉



Roasted Veggie Gazpacho
This Roasted Veggie Gazpacho is a refreshing take on a classic, that’s quick to prepare and makes a perfect meal on the go.

1 16 oz bottle Soupure Tomato Basil
1 ear of corn
1/2 bell pepper
1/4 sweet red onion
1/2 cucumber
Optional Add Ins:
1 tablespoon of EVOO
1/4 cup chopped basil
Pinch of salt & pepper
1/4 lime

Lightly grill the sweet red onion, corn and bell pepper. While vegetables are on the grill, peel and chop the cucumber.

Combine in a blender the sweet red onion, bell pepper, cucumbers and Soupure Tomato Basil. Pulse 8-10 times until desired consistency. Chill the mixture if needed.

Pour fresh gazpacho in a bowl or have it to go in a thermos.  Add the grilled corn kernels to soup, and garnish with a drizzle of EVOO, salt and pepper to taste, chopped basil and a squeeze of fresh lime.

You've got plans this Sunday afternoon, and this is what you're doing!

1 16 oz Bottle of Soupure Tomato Basil
1/2 tablespoon cracked black pepper
1/2 teaspoon turmeric, to taste
1/2 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
3-4 drops olive oil
Lime or lemon wedge, sea salt (or celery salt) and black pepper, for rimming the glass

A few dashes of Tabasco, or your favorite hot sauce

Garnish of choice
2 ounces vodka (a cucumber or basil infused vodka would be lovely), if making with alcohol.

Mix all ingredients together in a separate glass or pitcher.
Put some salt (or celery salt) and black pepper on a small plate. Rub a lime or lemon wedge along the edge of a pint glass, then dip the rim of the glass in the celery salt and black pepper.
Pour ice into glass, pour mix on top, add garnish(es).

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Tomato Basil & Zoodles.  This tasty low carb recipe is packed with veggies and you will not feel sluggish afterwards.  Great for single serve lunches or for the whole family.

1 16 Oz Bottle of Soupure Tomato Basil

A handful of spinach
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 pound zucchini or squash noodles

Optional garnish:  shaved parmesan, fresh shredded basil

Heat olive oil in a large saute pan. Add zucchini noodles  to pan. Stir for 3-5 minutes until noodles are tender. Add Tomato Basil and spinach to the mix and stir until sauce is hot.  Alternatively, heat/steam in a covered microwave safe container for 3 minutes.  Cooking times may vary, but "noodles" should be tender and the sauce should be warm.

#4 SOUP &  SANDWICH: Tomato Basil soup with Low Carb Turkey Flatbread Sandwich.  Our upgraded take on a classic.

1 16 oz Bottle of Soupure Tomato Basil
1 grain free tortilla (we love the ones at Whole Foods –Sieta brand Cassava & Coconut Grain
Free Tortillas)
1⁄4 sliced avocado
4 slices thinly sliced organic turkey lunch meat
1/4th cup shredded carrots
1 tbsp organic apple cider vinegar mustard
2 iceberg or romaine lettuce leaves
1⁄4 cup alfalfa sprouts

Place the Tomato Basil soup on the stove with low heat.

We recommend warming your tortilla in the microwave or sauté pan for about 10
seconds to make it more pliable. Spread avocado over tortilla. Spread the mustard over the avocado.Top the avocado-mustard mixture with the turkey slices. Place the lettuce on top of the turkey, and place the shredded carrots and sprouts on top of the lettuce. Fold tortilla in half and eat like a flatbread.

Serve the warmed soup with your sandwich, enjoy!


Admin 2

Jill, Tomato Basil has 340 mg per serving. Please check the nutritional label for each product (

Admin 2

What’s the sodium content in the tomato basil? I’m a big fan of the Bloody Mary but have to watch the salt!

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