I have 9 of the best ever paleo crockpot soup recipes to be found, they are so easy to make. You will be so happy you found these recipes. You Gotta love that crockpot and you have to love soup. When you put them together you have the best combination in the world. The best paleo crockpot soup recipes there are to be found are right here.
I don’t know what the weather is like where you live but here in Utah, it has been an extra cold snowy winter. It seems like we’ve had more snow than we have in the last ten years put together. It’s snowing the biggest flakes of snow I’ve ever seen outside right now.
Everyone I know can’t wait for spring. If you can’t understand why some of us don’t like the snow, just come live here for the month of January and you’ll figure it out. Let me just give you some one-word reasons: cold, wet, ice, coats, hats, gloves, scarves, fender benders, slipping and sliding.
My favorites: “Where’s the road, I can’t see the white lines” or “Oh, no what just happened, we’re facing the wrong direction and we just barely missed hitting that parked car”.
Another good one is “I can’t find anywhere to park, the parking lot is full of piles of snow” or “Help, I’m stuck, can you help push me out of this snow bank”? Get the idea? If not, I’ll spell it out. I hate driving in the snow.
Although it has been the perfect winter to eat soup and stew. So I decided to find the best Paleo crockpot soup recipes. If you’ve followed my blog at all you know I am in love with my crockpots. Yes, that wasn’t a typo, I have more than one crockpot.
So for all of you who have been getting a lot of snow this winter, make some fabulous soup and enjoy it!
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Paleo Crockpot Soup Recipes
1. Nourishing Crockpot Chicken Soup – My Natural Family
Chicken Thighs – Carrots – Onion – Kale – Chicken Broth
I call this chicken soup “nourishing” because it not only has fresh hearty vegetables and juicy tender chicken. You create your own chicken broth by using bone-in chicken thighs. You could make it more nourishing by adding some additional chicken bones so you can get even more bone broth flavor if you want to. You could add cooked noodles later after you’ve served portions for the Paleo eaters if you have some people in your home that don’t eat Paleo.
2. Slow Cooker Beef Stew – My Natural Family
I like making stew now because I always make it in the crockpot. I can cook it all day while I do other things. Then I can have a fantastic meal when it’s dinner time. You can either cook it on low for 8-9 hours or on high for 6 hours. That gives you flexibility but I have to admit that I prefer cooking my on low for longer. It turns out more tender and I can start it first thing in the morning and get it over with. It’s a great one-pot meal.
3. Chicken and Cauliflower Rice Soup – Paleo Hacks
Easy peasy with only eight ingredients this is a soup you’ll want to make over and over again. This is a good way to add more veggies to your diet. The broth is spiced with turmeric which keeps the chicken tender and juicy. Besides the crockpot does most of the work. All you do is toss all of the ingredients in the pot and turn it on. Come back hours later and add the cauliflower, which you chop into rice, about twenty minutes before it done. That’s it, it’s ready to eat.
4. Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup – Paleo Grubs
This is everything you love about chicken enchiladas without the tortillas but simplified in a bowl. It’s a filling, tasty meal with a little heat made the easy way. The slow cooker gives you the convenience of saving time and energy but provides a lot of flavors since the ingredients sit together and blend for so long. The avocado on top has to be my favorite part. Just put the chicken in the bottom of the slow cooker and put the rest of the ingredients on top and let it cook. You can either start it cooking in the morning and eat it for dinner or you can start cooking it when you go to bed and it will be ready when you wake up. You can either eat it for dinner or lunch respectively.
5. Fall Harvest Turkey Thai Soup – The Skinny Fork
Coconut Milk – Turkey Breast – Broth – Butternut Squash – Green Beans – Red Bell Pepper – Onion – Curry Paste – Fresh Ginger – Lime
This soup is what some peoples dreams are made of. I say that because it’s low carb, low calorie, high protein and delicious. It can easily be made with turkey leftovers. That way the turkey is already cooked and you won’t have to cook the soup for as long as if you used raw turkey. It’s high in protein and full of healthy hearty vegetables and full of flavors.
6. Slow Cooker Ratatouille Soup – My Whole Food Life
My mother lived a sheltered life apparently. She had never heard of ratatouille until the Pixar movie came out. Well, she knows what it is now. You don’t need to add broth for the soup because during the cooking process the vegetables release plenty of water. With all of these vegetables, this makes a lot of soup. Which makes it budget friendly. It can easily be stored in the freezer in serving sized containers for an easy meal on those busy days. You could also add some chicken if you want some meat protein. I think it would be delicious.
7. Crock Pot Low Carb Un-Stuffed Cabbage Roll Soup – Sugar-Free Mom
There is a link on the blog for a homemade marinara sauce recipe. If you don’t want to bother with making your own marinara sauce you could buy this Wellbee’s Marinara Sauce – Paleo & SCD Approved on Amazon. This is a very low carb meal. If you don’t think you’re a cabbage fan, you should try this, you might change your mind. You could also make this in a pot on the stove. It’s a hearty meal for everyone in your family.
8. Pork Stew with Oyster Mushrooms – The Healthy Foodie
If you want to know how to make homemade bone broth, The Healthy Foodie blog has a link to a recipe for it. I enjoyed reading her story about her first time making and eating it. For this you sear the pork first, she also gives specific instructions on how to do that. This is really an interesting stew. You have to be a mushroom lover to love this. Basically, all it is, is mushrooms, pork, and flavorings like spices and capers and onions. I haven’t been brave enough to try this yet. Let me know if you try it. It sure does look good though.
9. Curry Soup Recipe with Sweet Potato, Chicken & Kale – Ari’s Menu
This is made with yellow sweet potatoes, that’s why it doesn’t look like sweet potatoes. Some people say yellow sweet potatoes are softer and sweeter than orange ones. But where’s the kale? It’s in there, it just isn’t so much that it makes it look very green. This is rich, warm creamy comforting curry soup. It’s easy to make in your slow cooker and it takes NO prep time. How can that be? Just throw everything in the pot and turn it on. You should probably wash those veggies first though. Ari says no prep time, I don’t think I believe that. I wonder what her definition of prep time is.