Sweet potato soup recipe for the instant pot - stovetop directions also included. Paleo, grain-free, gluten-free. This creamy soup is perfect for a quick winter dinner.

When we get home we are cold, tired, and hungry. So I start work on my soup.
Here is my recipe for Sweet Potato Soup that has been a success every time.


Instant Pot Beef Stew Recipe - Paleo and Grain Free Pressure Cooker stew

This instant pot beef stew recipe is thick and warming, full of veggies, and fall-apart tender grass-fed beef With just a little kick of heat to keep things interesting.


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Want a comforting soup for a cool day? Try this creamy blended cauliflower chowder recipe. This one happens to be grain-free and dairy-free (paleo!) but you can stir in some cheese if you’d like.


This Zuppa Toscana crock pot recipe will make you feel like you're in Olive Garden... or Italy. Easy to make in the crockpot, and great for freezer meals for later. Tuscan sausage kale potato soup recipe

Zuppa Toscana Crockpot Recipe While in one of my pinning frenzies, I came across this recipe for (Olive Garden copycat) Zuppa Toscana in a crock pot. It looked darned good to me, and also like something that I could double without much effort, AND freeze successfully. I wasn’t 100% sure about freezing it because of


I wanted to make a soup with a beef stock / tomato juice base, and also had leftover chicken from making Vampire Chicken earlier this week. So this happened. And it was good. Chicken Beef-ish Veggie Soup Ingredients: lots of butter 2 onions, diced 3-4 medium carrots, diced 1 cup green beans, fresh or frozen


Now that I seem to have my mind back (maybe it was the massage I got today!), I can write this up for you. It’s very tasty, and makes a LOT of soup. We froze about half of it. I think it makes 8-10 servings. I threw this together out of my own head, but


For forever, I’ve had the Pioneer Woman’s Cauliflower Soup bookmarked. It just looks amazing, doesn’t it? My friend Meagan has made it and has confirmed its amazingness. But I never made it. Don’t ask me why. And now I wouldn’t want to make it as-is because it has flour in it. So I made my


We got leeks last Tuesday in our CSA basket, and I wasn’t exactly sure what to do with them. I know they’re basically like big huge fat green onions, but didn’t really have a plan for them. So I googled around and found things like potato leek soup, cauliflower leek soup, things like that. So


All right, I know this photo is not the most flattering one I’ve taken, but the soup was so amazing I can’t wait until the next time I make it to take a better photo for you… just thank my iPhone camera for allowing you to see the recipe at all. Then go out and


I’ve never been a make-soup-from-scratch kind of girl… but I have no idea why not. I loved the idea of homemade soup, and enjoyed it when other people made it, but was somehow scared of making anything more complicated than plain old chicken soup. But this recipe is simple to make, delicious, and un-terrifying.  If


This is just what I needed to treat my post-craft-show cold. Made-from-scratch turkey noodle soup, just like grandma would make if she were into making stuff like this. Remember the turkey stock I made and froze? Well I started with that. I dumped in a 3-cup frozen block of stock, along with 3 cups of



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