Best Ever Beef Stew

Best Ever Beef Stew - When eating healthy in the winter, soups and stews are a lifesaver. From the broth to the veggies to the beef, the nutrition in this recipe just goes on and on! #HealthyRecipes #SkinnyGirl #HealthyLiving #Organic

Best Ever Beef Stew - When eating healthy in the winter, soups and stews are a lifesaver. From the broth to the veggies to the beef, the nutrition in this recipe just goes on and on! #HealthyRecipes #SkinnyGirl #HealthyLiving #Organic

 

Stew is some of the best kind of healthy comfort foods. Full of nutrition and flavor, it feels like a warm hug on a cold day. When striving to eat healthy in the winter months, soups and stews are a real lifesaver! From the broth to the veggies to the beef, the nutrition in this recipe just goes on and on!

Did you know that Organic, Pastured Beef can actually be very good for you? The cholesterol content has been shown to be lower than conventional beef, due to it’s CLA content, it can come with benefits for the immune system, inflammatory support, blood sugar regulation, reduced body fat and reduced risk of heart attacks. Organic, Pastured Beef can also help supply Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B12, Zinc, Iron, Vitamin B3 and Vitamin B6. (source)

Add delicious veggies like carrots, green beans, celery, etc, and some hearty broth and you are all set for a mouthwatering feast. Healthy meals really don’t get any more “Easy Peasy” than this!

P.S. For more wonderful soups, check out our Chicken Soup with Parsley Thyme Dumplings, Clean Eating Zuppa Toscana, Easy Peasy Chicken Enchilada Soup and End of Winter Squash Soup.

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Best Ever Beef Stew

Remember to keep your ingredients organic for optimum nutrition!

Ingredients

Note: Making this stew in a Lodge Pan adds tons of delicious flavor! You won’t believe the difference.

Directions

Chop all veggies except green beans. Sauté onions and garlic in butter until golden brown. Add celery and continue to sauté for a few minutes. Add carrots. Sauté for another few minutes. Add all other ingredients except milk and cornstarch (for the water add enough to cover ingredients by 2-3 inches). Bring to a boil and simmer until vegetables are tender (or cook in a pressure cooker on high pressure for 10 minutes). Remove bay leaves. Whisk together milk and cornstarch. Stir into soup and heat until slightly thickened. Serve and enjoy!

Does your family enjoy beef? Tell us about it in the comments!

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2 Comment

  1. Leslie says: Reply

    Our kids tend to stick their nose up at soups and stews. Maybe this will be the recipe to change their mind? Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Wendy says: Reply

    There really is nothing like a hot bowl of soup or stew to hit the spot in the winter! Your soup would make a delicious lunch or dinner!

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