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Peas & Carrots
Peas & Carrots

Peas & Carrots

soup

Peas and carrots belong together. Especially in soup. 
The combination of both ingredients, along with red peppers and potatoes, provides a creamy texture and the comforting nourishment we need. The soup is rich in vitamins A and C and an excellent source of protein and fiber, making this the perfect lunch or dinner for everyone in the family.

The Ingredient Story

Peas

Meet peas. It's that green starchy vegetable grandma always told you to eat. Here's why: green peas are full of vitamins and minerals, high in fiber and protein, and low in calories. Oh, and frozen peas as an ice pack? Revolutionary.

Carrots

You know carrots. They're orange (most of them), crunchy, and tasty root vegetables. They are high in vitamin A, due to the beta carotene compound, and a good source of potassium. They've been known to lower cholesterol levels and improve eye health, too. Carrots, we're rooting for you!

Potatoes

You've tried potatoes. It's a staple ingredient in many cuisines. Some might shy away from it because, you know, carbs (insert horror music) but they have an impressive nutritional profile. They're high in vitamin B6, help reduce inflammation, and support healthy bones.

The Core Facts

Ingredient List

Peas, Potato, Carrot, Red Pepper, Onion, Garlic, Salt, Thyme, Cumin, Cayenne Pepper

Ingredient List

Peas, Potato, Carrot, Red Pepper, Onion, Garlic, Salt, Thyme, Cumin, Cayenne Pepper

Nutrition Facts

Serv. Size: 1 container (230g) Calories 160, Total Fat 0.5g (1%), Sat. Fat 0g (0%), Trans Fat 0g (0%), Cholest. 0mg (0%), Sodium 520mg (23%), Total Carb. 31g (11%), Dietary Fiber 8g (30%), Total Sugars 8g, Includes 0g Added Sugars, Protein 8g (17%), Vitamin D 0mcg (0%), Calcium 62.5mg (4%), Iron 3.7mg (20%), Potassium 350mg (8%). The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

How to Blend

Tear

First, tear off the orange tab completely.

Fill

Through the flap of your cup, add liquid to the relevant fill line. We recommend water or coconut water for this recipe. Close the flap tightly.

Squeeze

After adding liquid, squeeze your cup repeatedly to ensure the food isn't stuck to the bottom of the cup.

Blend

Place the cup upside down in the kwiX Machine. Push the start button. When the blend is complete, this makes up to a 16 oz smoothie. Enjoy!