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Broccoli is particularly rich in vitamins and the perfect immune booster in the cold season.

These vegetables contain a particularly large amount of vitamin C, provitamin A and secondary plant substances. Since a lot of vitamins and minerals are lost during cooking, it is all the more important to spice up the dish with fresh sprouts.

Sprouts are THE secret superfoods from the kitchen window. There will soon be a separate blog article on this.

But of course not only the broccoli plays an important role in this recipe, but also the miracle bulb garlic and the onion, which have an excellent antibacterial effect.

In addition, warm soups are always welcome, especially in winter, and are a real treat for our body.

Ingredients for about 4 people

1 medium broccoli

2 cloves of garlic

600 ml vegetable broth

1 onion

50 ml oat milk (optional)

1 tbsp olive oil

Salt pepper

Broccoli sprouts (or other types of sprouts such as radish or alfalfa sprouts)


Wash the broccoli and cut into small pieces (including the stalk – remove any woody parts). Peel the onion and garlic and cut into large cubes.

Heat the olive oil in a saucepan and sauté the onion and garlic in it.

Add the broccoli and sauté briefly. Then deglaze with the vegetable broth.

Let the soup simmer for about 15 minutes until everything is soft. Then add the oat milk and then finely puree with a hand blender.

Season the soup with salt and pepper and garnish with the broccoli sprouts.

Our recipe giver

Marion Budovinsky

Certified nutrition trainer

Qualified TEM practitioner

certified Preventologist®

Crazy, versatile, ambitious, adaptable, chaotic, risk taker, funny and a total health freak.

My great passion is healthy eating. My numerous training courses have led me into the plant-based diet and the world of medicinal mushrooms and medicinal plants. Due to my passion for healthy cooking, I turned my hobby into a job: I am responsible for the healthy kitchen of the employees in an Upper Austrian company and have been giving vegan cooking workshops for over 6 years. Boredom is the worst thing for me, so I need a lot of variety in my life. When I'm not cooking, I coach two synchronized figure skating teams, amuse my two daughters (7 and 15), jump in an ice bath, and devour books on health.

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