Chicken and rice soup has been a favorite of mine for years. So you can imagine how I was a little bit worried when I first switched over to the paleo diet, considering the emphasis on keeping your carb intake controlled. Fortunately, there are all kinds of little tips and tricks you can do with the paleo diet to come up with low carb alternatives. One of the best alternatives for rice that I’ve found is to use cauliflower rice. It offers nearly the exact same texture while keeping things nice and low carb, so it fits in perfectly with this instant pot chicken and cauliflower rice soup recipe.
Just because you’ve gone paleo doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite meals that are made with noodles. Truth be told, there are all kinds of great paleo-friendly alternatives that you can use in place of regular pasta noodles. One of the best replacements is to use zucchini vegetable noodles. Tey’re low carb and can be effortlessly slotted into any recipe that calls for noodles. Take this instant pot chicken bone broth soup with zucchini noodles recipe for example. It makes a tasty chicken bone broth soup that’s loaded with healthy paleo-friendly ingredients. And thanks to the use of the zucchini noodles, you’ll be able to enjoy it without the guilt.
I’ve always been fond of Asian cuisine. It doesn’t matter if it’s Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai, I can’t get enough of it. With that in mind, today I’m going to be sharing one of my all-time favorite paleo recipes for making a soul-satisfying chicken and dumpling soup. It provides a one-two punch combo of goodness as you’ll be making the dumplings entirely from scratch and then pairing them with a superb homemade soup. The soup is fairly standard paleo fare, with a mix of chicken, homemade broth, and healthy veggies. It’s the dumplings that will have you going crazy over this recipe though. They’re low in carbs and full of flavor thanks to some smart ingredient choices like almond flour and garlic powder.
If you’re a fan of cream of chicken soup, you’re going to absolutely love the recipe that I’ll be sharing today. It makes a homemade crockpot cream of chicken soup that’s 100% paleo approved. No can opener needed! I used to always buy canned cream of chicken soup, but quite often it would be full of unhealthy additives and processed ingredients. Making it from scratch avoids that issue, as you’re able to make sure that the soup is made with nothing but nourishing, whole food ingredients. If you’re wondering if this has been tested on the kids, the answer is yes, they love it, too!
I’ve got just the thing you need with this recipe for making the best paleo buffalo chicken soup ever. It’s absolutely loaded with everything you could ask for from a good bowl of spicy soup—you’ve got your juicy chicken breasts, an incredible mix of vegetables and herbs, and a fair amount of Frank’s Red Hot Sauce which brings the heat. Everything that goes into this recipe just comes together perfectly to make what is one of the best bowls of spicy soup that I’ve ever tried. Believe me folks, if you’re as picky about your spicy food as I am, then you’re going to find a lot to love about this recipe.
When it comes to making paleo soup recipes, I’m a firm believer in keeping things simple. Sure, there’s definitely a time and a place for some of the more fancy, ‘gourmet’ style soups, don’t get me wrong. But sometimes all you need to make an immensely satisfying meal that puts a smile on your face is something as simple as a recipe that combines chicken with a hearty mix of vegetables. That’s exactly what you’re getting with today’s recipe—an instant pot paleo chicken vegetable soup that delivers on taste and nutritional value. Not only does this soup provide you with plenty of protein, it also contains a ton of essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
One of the best investments that I’ve ever made is without a doubt my crockpot. It makes it such a breeze to prepare my meals for the entire week ahead of time. With that in mind, for the last few weeks I keep coming back to this great recipe for making an easy 5-ingredient crockpot paleo chicken soup. Since the recipe calls for such a small number of ingredients, it’s important to make each one of them count, and I can happily report that’s definitely the case here. Onion, celery, carrots, and parsley all go together beautifully with the chicken breasts to make one of the most satisfying bowls of paleo chicken soup that you’ll ever try. When you’re craving for something simple that does the job, this is an excellent option.