The Busy Babe’s Chicken Soup Recipe

September 22, 2015

The Busy Babe's Chicken Soup Recipe | MidwestLoveFestI love eating healthy, but I also just love eating. Which means, when I’m hungry…watch out! I will eat nearly anything in sight.

Hummus and pretzels? Sure.

Leftover ice cream cake? Slice me off a piece.

Stale Cheetos? Well, if they’re around..

The Busy Babe's Chicken Soup Recipe | MidwestLoveFestYou can tell this is also why I try hard not to stock my home with anything too terrible because I would FOR SURE find a way (read: excuse) to eat it. This is also why my slow cooker is basically by not-so-secret lover. You just throw a bunch of goodness in it before you rush out the door to work and you come home to a hot, healthy meal.

The Busy Babe's Chicken Soup Recipe | MidwestLoveFestThe Busy Babe's Chicken Soup Recipe | MidwestLoveFestThis chicken soup isn’t so much a recipe as it is a formula. It allows me the flexibility to just dump a ton of veggies in with some chicken and spices and boom! Good to go.

It’s crazy to think there was a time when I was intimidated by the slow cooker.

Never be intimidated! It’s so insanely easy and awesome. Honestly, if you buy one thing for your kitchen, get a slow cooker.

Did I mention it’s also Whole30 approved? So simple. So filling. So perfect for fall.

The Busy Babe's Chicken Soup Recipe
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The formula for a delicious, slow cooker soup.
Recipe type: Dinner
Serves: 5 servings
  • 1 tbsp olive oil or ghee
  • 1 box of chicken or vegetable broth (I use Trader Joes)
  • Chicken Breasts (I used 3)
  • Assorted veggies - as many as you want (I've used frozen carrots, celery and zucchini, and frozen green beans and carrots...basically the possibilities are endless)
  • Few shakes of parsley
  • Few shakes of turmeric
  • Few shakes of sea salt
  1. Pour the olive oil or ghee in a pan.
  2. Lightly brown either side of the chicken breasts.
  3. Turn dial to low.
  4. Place chicken in slow cooker.
  5. Pour entire box of broth over chicken breasts.
  6. Add frozen veggies of choice.
  7. Add salt, parsley, turmeric and any additional spices you're craving.
  8. Let be for 7-9 hours.
  9. When done, take a spoon, fish around in the soup and break up the chicken (which should be falling apart). Yes, you could pre-cut the chicken breast, but this is the BUSY SOUL'S recipe, so...).
  10. Enjoy!
  11. Note: You may want to add more salt after the soup is done cooking, but I like to leave it till the end so that

The Busy Babe's Chicken Soup Recipe | MidwestLoveFest

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