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Congratulations to those that have just begun their six-week Paleo Transition Challenge! These next six weeks will change your life forever. You will feel an increase in energy, improvement in your mood, and will most likely see a lower number on that scale! I am excited to see and hear about everyone’s journey on The Paleo Transition Facebook page. For those who haven’t yet joined our six-week Paleo Transition Challenge and are interested in doing so, click HERE.
So to tell you the truth, I wanted to post a recipe that you would typically see for the New Year. You know, a salad or a smoothie; something to get you motivated to start your weight loss journey. Well, unfortunately the plague (a.k.a. cold virus) has hit my household in full force. My family and I managed to stay healthy over the holiday and then IT hit and hasn’t let down since. That is, until I made my homemade Paleo Chicken Zoodle Soup! There’s something about Chicken Zoodle Soup that makes everything right in the world.
I know that while we all try to start the New Year with a fresh outlook, sometimes the inevitable happens and you get sick. Not only will this Paleo Chicken Zoodle Soup satisfy your stuffy nose and sore throat, but it’s even delicious if you’re not sick.
Here’s to a HEALTHY New Year (starting now)!
4 Quarts Chicken Broth (This can be store-bought or you can make your own. Learn how HERE).
2-3 Large Chicken Breasts, cooked and shredded
4 Stalks Celery, Chopped
1 Cup Baby Carrots, sliced
1 Medium Zucchini Noodles “Zoodles” (Learn how to make them HERE.)
1 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1/2 tsp. turmeric (to give the soup it’s yellow color)
1/2 tsp. ground thyme
2 tsp. parsley flakes
1/2 tsp. garlic powder (optional)
1) In a large stockpot, bring the chicken broth to a boil. Add the chicken and boil until cooked through. Shred chicken.
2) Chop vegetables. “Zoodle” the zucchini.
3) Add carrots and celery to the broth and shredded chicken.
4) Add in all seasonings.
4) Bring soup to a boil and then let simmer for 30 minutes.
5) Add zoodles near the end and allow 5 minutes for cooking time.
Tennille Boseman is a self-proclaimed busy body and credits the Paleo diet for the energy she has to do it all. She loves eating real food, is a recovering Peanut Butter-aholic, and now has a real obsession with almond butter. When she’s not eating that by the spoonful, you’ll find Tennille in the kitchen experimenting with new Paleo recipes. Her cooking style is simple, realistic, and delicious. Tennille is the owner of Paleo Plate, a protein/energy treat company and is also the founder of the Jett Powered Foundation. She spends her spare time attempting to perfect her double unders and pull-ups at Fit Farm Crossfit and watching episodes of Breaking Bad with her husband. Her most favorite role, however, is being a mom to a very precious two-year-old boy. She has learned that life is fragile and that some of life’s greatest triumphs come from the biggest challenges. Tennille is Utah grown and raised, but is currently living in Omaha, Nebraska with her little family and overweight dog (we’re working on that one).
If you have any questions (or recipe suggestions!), contact Tennille at firstname.lastname@example.org