This no-bean version of Zuppa Toscana (AIP/Paleo) is on the table in 45 minutes. Nourishing and delicious!
With this recipe, I dub thee…. SOUP SEASON!!! 🍲😀🍲
I absolutely love soup. It is warm, nourishing, and makes wonderful leftovers! This soup, a riff on the traditional Italian soup with beans, has the flavors of the original, but without the discomfort many people experience with legumes.
You won’t need any special ingredients, nor will you need any special equipment – just a big ol’ soup pot. You WILL need some really excellent bone broth, so I humbly put before you my tried-and-true recipe: The Richest Bone Broth. With that recipe, you start with a whole chicken (Falling-off-the-bone Chicken). You won’t just get broth, you’ll get chicken to have on hand for recipes like Broccoli Chicken Casserole, and other soups or salads.
But I digress.
But what about crackers…?
I know I’m going to get this question, so I’ll spill right now. The crackers in this photo are Simple Mills Mediterranean Pita Crackers, which are Paleo, but not AIP. Fear not, good reader. If you want some cracker options that are AIP, please see Cassava Lavosh Crackers on my blog, or many of the cracker options I have in my new book, The Autoimmune Protocol Baking Book.
A baking book?!
Wait. You knew that, right? I wrote a cookbook for baking on the AIP! 75 recipes! If you love to bake as much as I do, you were heartbroken to think that you would never bake again on the AIP. Bakers, this book is for US! Here’s what it looks like:
Come bake with me! Don’t be scared. I’ll be right here if you need my help. Here’s the link to the book. Go give it a looksee! 👀
Enough blabbing from me. Enjoy your soup, everyone! And, as always, I wish you great love and deep healing.
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