You’ll be surprised how quick and easy this recipe is considering how tasty it turns out! With key ingredients like fresh ginger and coconut aminos, you’ll be getting your Asian fix without all the unnecessary ingredients typically used in many traditional Asian recipes. (You may also like: Cilantro Cauliflower Rice Chicken Bowl)
When I first bought my crockpot, I was literally blown away by how much of a game changer it was. It makes it so easy to prepare several meals in advance for the week ahead, and there are SO many unbelievably good recipes you can make with it. Today I’ll be sharing one such recipe with you guys. This crockpot ground beef vegetable soup might just be one of my favorite vegetable soups to date, and to be perfectly honest with you, I’m not a huge vegetable eater. I love how it has carrots, celery, broccoli, and zucchini but it still has a savory kick to it thanks to the ground beef and the combination of herbs.
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!
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.
Making chili in a slow cooker is one of the easiest ways to prepare a nice and hearty family dinner. For this paleo slow cooker sweet potato chili, you’ll want those extra few hours to make sure all of your ingredients are well-incorporated and tender. This dish is pretty satiating thanks to the generous protein and fat content. However, you still get your dose of fiber-rich carbs thanks to the sweet potatoes. There’s a bit of heat to this recipe, but even then, don’t be surprised if this sweet potato chili becomes a household staple.
You’ll be happy to know that this paleo pumpkin chili recipe spares no expense when it comes to loading up on high quality, wholesome ingredients. There’s enough spices in it to get your tastebuds humming, but it’s also full of nutritious ingredients like pumpkin, chicken breast, and garden fresh vegetables. This is an easy way to sneak more vegetables into your kids’ diet without making them feel deprived.
The secret to making a truly good crockpot tomato basil soup always lies with the unique blend of ingredients in the broth. Give it enough time to simmer and combine, and you’ll always end up with a tasty dish. By using a crockpot, you can achieve all of that without having to spend hours watching your soup. The key to this recipe is the two types of tomato-based ingredients—plum tomatoes and tomato puree. When combined with the garlic and onion and other herbs, you get a full-bodied soup that can serve as a light dinner or a heavy snack especially with some paleo bread alternatives.
If you’ve been craving Chinese food but would rather cook your own meals from scratch, then this crockpot egg drop soup recipe is going to be a treat. It offers a paleo twist on a classic Chinese dish by adding in hearty ingredients like chicken breasts and eggs to really beef up the protein content of the dish. What makes this dish give off that authentic Asian vibe is the fresh ginger, garlic cloves, and scallions. It all comes together beautifully to make a bowl of crockpot soup that’s simultaneously nice and light while also being paleo approved.
The crockpot is one of my best investments yet. I use it for almost all of my soup and stew recipes because it cuts down a lot of cooking time, and I don’t have to watch it for hours on end. I just throw all of the ingredients into the pot and it’s done by the time I get home from work. The best part about this paleo crockpot broccoli soup is that because it has plenty of time to slow-cook, so the garlic, onion, herbs and spices really soak into the chicken stock, leaving you with a tasty broth that even the kids will enjoy.