I promise, this tastes better than it looks! Bravo on this delicious creation. I make a double batch as it doesn’t last long!! LOVE! I'm guessing if 1/2 a chicken breast is about 8oz, then 2 full breasts would be about 24-26 oz. It has 4.5 servings in each bowl! I have enjoyed many of her recipes and will continue to follow and try many new things – this one just doesn't appeal to me. I wasn’t quite sure how to explain it but I meant a whole bunch! Yummy!!!!!! Just love eating healthy and you make it so easy for us! Cover and cook 20 minutes, then add the sweet potato and kale and cook until the sweet potatoes are tender and the chicken is cooked, about 25 to 30 minutes. Chicken noodle soup with a little extra kick from sweet potato and kale! That first week or two after bringing a baby home are some of my most cherished memories. Will try today's chicken barley next! Hi! How do you make the broth so clear? I know, major bummer! This tastes amazing, I knew it would but wow. Soup turned out excellent with a very flavorful and smooth base. Let stand, covered, until noodles are tender, 20 to 22 minutes. Note that I did say half the reason. My eyes say YES PLEASE! While the soup is simmering, prepare the kale. PLUS they help to fight DNA oxidations (which creates aging and disease) and also have been found to fight cancer cells. My friends loved it! Filed Under: Entrees, Fall, Lunch, Paleo, Peanut-Free, Soups, Soy-Free, Whole30, Winter Tagged With: bone broth, bone broth soup, chicken bone broth, dairy-free recipes, Gluten-Free Recipes, Healthy Recipes, healthy soup, immune boosting soup, kale, kale soup, lemon ginger bone broth, mushroom soup, nutritionist, onions, Paleo Recipes, Paleo soup, shiitake mushrooms, sweet potato soup, sweet potatoes, Whole30 recipes, Whole30 soup. I made this last night and it was SO yummy! Thank you for the great recipes! Very delicious soup. So flavorful! FABULOUS!!! Has anyone tried and want to share the timing? So i want to play this one safe. I have always taught my children whom are now adults if you have nothing nice to say keep it to yourself. This super immune-boosting Sweet Potato Kale Chicken Soup is Whole30 approved and Paleo. I think any greens would work (spinach, swiss chard, escarole, etc). I made this soup last night, replacing parsley for cilantro (yuck), and it came out super! I like to call it my “health soup” – you just feel so good eating it! Okay, my picky eating wasn’t that extreme, but there were very few cooked veggies I enjoyed. And on the new weight watchers freestyle program I figure it to be 2 points per serving. I made this last night and it is soooo delicious and nutritious. But take this chicken kale soup and replace the chicken with turkey… and voila! Came out wonderful! Sweet memories that are associated with a particular food can dramatically increase how much we enjoy that food! The recipe called for too much onion. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Can't wait to try it! we love good food and we love beauty. A healthy and filling meal with the perfect amount of zip! for now, and use greens from the beet family instead: spinach, chard or beet greens. I assume I would need to bring this to a boil before covering to cook the chicken thru? This soup is fantastic! It was absolutely delicious! Obviously, something good is going on here. Click here to subscribe to this blog! To the soup, add the chopped sweet potatoes, smoked paprika, herbs de Provence and stir to combine. Heat a large nonstick pot or Dutch oven over medium-low heat, add the oil and the onions and celery and cook until soft and golden, about 8 to 10 minutes, then add the garlic and dry spices and cook 2 to 3 minutes. Reduced sodium broth is NOT low sodium. I mean replacing cilantro for parlsey!!!! 2 chicken breast on the bottom seasoned. LOL..that is about the stupidest comment I’ve ever read. This is one of the foods I hoped my family wouldn’t like the first time I made it so I wouldn’t have to share, but they did. Simple Healthy Paleo Recipes + Nutritional Therapy, January 5, 2018 By Food to Feel Good 2 Comments. But also, we have got some major health benefits working together in unison here. mmmmmm GOOD SOUP!!!!!! Is there an easy way to cook this without cooking the chicken as well? I just made this soup using kale and sweet potatoes from a CSA and leftover rotisserie chicken. I saw the picture and immediately thought of my childhood growing up in the South. It was so delicious! Peel the sweet potatoes first, then use a sharp knife to cube the potatoes into bite sized pieces. Transfer chicken to a plate. As In Brown. Maybe your family would disown you if you tried to serve soup at Thanksgiving. I’m convinced that half the reason we enjoy cake is because we have such great memories of friends gathering to celebrate birthdays. How would you do this in a crockpot? Good protein good carbohydrates, good fiber. I think this could probably be made in it. I wasn’t sure how this would be, but WOW! For sure! Pour in broth and stir to loosen browned bits from the pan. If you buy boneless then it would be 16 oz. Thanks for another great recipe Gina. You put me on the right track!