Top Five Paleo Fall Soup and Chili Recommendations
When the temperature suddenly drops in Texas, there is a direct correlation to the immediate lack of coveted chili and tortilla soup ingredients at the grocery store. Households across the state simultaneously share the same comforting dinner thoughts “how about a nice warm bowl of chili?” or a “hot bowl of soup?”
If you are looking up to serve up some delicious bowls of goodness this fall, check out our top five recommendations for homemade soup and chili. The great thing about all of the below recommendations is that you can easily sub ingredients or add to them without altering the flavor drastically. Example: Chop up some kale or spinach and throw it into your favorite recipe!
Fall and winter is also a great time to cook up some bone broth! Check out our “How To: Bone Broth” article to make your own at home.
AIP Carrot and Sweet Potato “Chili”
If you’re someone that prefers to avoid nightshades but find yourself craving chili in the fall, this one is for you. Bone broth, sweet potatoes, grass-fed beef and fresh thyme topped with avocado, what’s not to love? You’ll hardly remember your past life nightshade chili. Recipe via Autoimmune Wellness
Quick Paleo Chicken & Kale Tortilla Soup
A craving that most Texans can agree on – tortilla soup. Hold the tortilla and the cheese, add some pumpkin seeds. Recipe via Eat Drink Paleo
Paleo Pumpkin Chili
Pumpkin? In Chili? Oh yeah! This is an awesome way to mix savory with just the right amount of sweet. Recipe via Paleo Running Mama
Fall Off The Bone Chicken Soup
Do your childhood winter memories include coming home from playing outside all day (in the freezing cold) to a warm pot of chicken noodle soup? Here’s a fresh “paleo” and Whole 30 approved version, sans the noodles, but loaded with goodness. Recipe via Eat Drink Paleo
Paleo Beef Pho
Quick, easy and made with zucchini and kelp “noodles.” Delicious. Recipe via The Almond Eater
Bonus: Paleo Creamy Chicken Tomato Soup
Can you imagine “creamy” tomato soup without any dairy? Well here it is! This soup incorporates coconut milk to give it that creamy taste. Recipe via Jays Baking Me Crazy