Soup is my favourite kind of lunch, but unfortunately all the premade easy kind are FULL of sodium, and my heart does not approve of that. But that doesn't mean there is "no soup for you!" (iloveyou if you got that) it just means it needs to be homemade! Lucky for you and I that is pretty damn easy. 

5 cups cubed butternut squash (skins removed)
1/2 onio 
5 cups sodium reduced chicken (or veg) stock. This can be really high in sodium if you don't check the label, so be wise
1 T- fresh ginger
3 cloves fresh garlic
1 T Cumin
1 T Cinnamon
1 T Nutmeg 
1 T cayenne powder
1 T cilantro
2 oz crushed peanuts 

1. Cub your butternut squash,  heat a pot over medium heat with oil of choice (coconut or  olive are mine)  add squash in and brown 
2. Add in spices, along with onion, continue to stir and cook
3. Add in 5 cups of stock and let simmer for 30 minutes
4. Add mixture to blender, mix it up and return to pot. 
5. SERVE! With fresh cilantro and crushed peanuts