When I’m not chugging a mug of it daily, which is quite often especially during cold months, you’ll find me making paleo soup with it!
Here is a great simple recipe for paleo chicken soup to include a hefty dose of bone broth in your family’s diet. They don’t call it the Jewish penicillin for nothin’!
What you need for this easy paleo chicken soup:
- 5 cups chicken bone broth (where to buy bone broth or make your own)
- 5 cups filtered water
- 1 bunch carrots
- 2 medium onions
- 1 bunch celery
- 2 tbsp. sea salt (where to buy sea salt)
- 1 lb chopped chicken meat (I usually use the leftovers from this easy crockpot chicken)
Optional: if you’ve just gotta have some noodles in your chicken soup but you’re grain free, just use this spiral slicer to whip up some zucchini noodles to toss in! Delicious!
- Combine the bone broth and water in a large pot.
- Heat on medium until simmering.
- Chop onions, carrots and celery and add to pot.
- Add chicken.
- Heat until simmering again.
- Add salt.
- Let simmer until veggies are soft.
Want even more recipes which include gelatin-rich bone broth? Check out my new eBook The Gelatin Secret. You will get dozens of recipes, instructions for making bone broth at home, and loads of information about how gelatin nourishes each part of your body.
What is your favorite paleo chicken soup recipe? Feel free to link to it below!
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