Zuppa Toscana is one of my FAVORITE meals. Then I quit eating potatoes (a staple ingredient). Once I learned how to make a potato-free, low-carb Zuppa, it was happily back in my life and with more nutrition than ever!
If you’ve been avoiding clam chowder because of the dairy, gluten, potatoes, or carbs, say HELLO to this one-pot, low-carb clam chowder! Not only is it dairy-free, gluten-free, and potato-free, it’s also made in the Instant Pot from start to finish!
It saddens me that the bricks of noodles with the flavor packets and this soup are actually known by the same name… Let me introduce you to something you may not have known existed: Real Food Ramen with bone broth, anti-inflammatory spices, and low-carb noodles!
When our son was invited to go trout fishing on the last day of the season and caught some, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them. With the sweetness of corn and the smokiness of bacon, this trout chowder is nourishing, hearty, and not fishy AT ALL!
The Hubs would be home for lunch in 53 minutes, and girlfriend, no one cooks a good beef stew in 53 minutes! *Except I did*. And I gave it a smokey, spicy Mexican twist. Holy cow, is it ever good.
With healing bone broth, heavy cream, and fresh basil, this is THE best tomato basil soup ever! And you can make this simple soup in less than 30 minutes.
I may have had wild rice three times before moving to northeastern Minnesota. Wild rice is native to where I live in Minnesota — so it’s EVERYWHERE. You can even buy wild rice in gas stations! We quickly learned that wild rice is a thing up here, and if we were going to live up here, we had to figure out how to cook it. Specifically creamy wild rice soup.
I’ve been cooking up a storm lately… And so I cook soup. I want bone broth and veggies and cheese. I want warm and creamy and soothing. I can’t really ask for a better soup than this to settle in and cozy up with: a creamy broccoli-cheese soup that is nothing like the gloppy, gooey mess you pour out of a can.
Like many other old favorites, I learned to re-create On The Border’s chicken tortilla soup, using fresh, organic veggies, traditionally prepared rice, and nourishing bone broth. Re-creating restaurant favorites is an easy way to save money and eat healthier.