I don’t know about you all, but we’ve just recently joined the gluten free dairy free world. My youngest has had such gut issues over the past year which has forced us into this new way of cooking and thinking about food. At first It was very hard to find recipes that were family flavour approved. My kids aren’t really picky eaters… but they appreciate food that doesn’t taste like cardboard! In all my searching I came across some delicious dairy and gluten alternatives that tasted great! This way I could continue to make the foods my kids loved without the allergens!
The one I’m sharing today is one of their favorites. Zuppa Toscana. If you’ve ever ordered it at the Olive Garden you know it’s creamy and delicious. Its made with heavy whipping cream and flour to help thicken the soup base. Great on taste.. not great if you have an allergy. In this recipe i’ve replaced the heavy whipping cream with coconut milk and left out the flour so it has more of a stock base instead of a cream base. This soup is full of flavor and perfect for the long fall and winter months. Enjoy!
1 onion medium chopped
chicken stock 32oz
1 bag petite potatoes
chopped kale, about 2 cups
1 cup of coconut milk
Salt and peper to taste.
First add the ground sausage to your pot and brown on medium heat. While its still browning add chopped onion.
Then add the chicken stock and potatoes-let cook 20 minutes
When potatoes are soft, add coconut milk and Kale-cook another 15 minutes
Salt and pepper to taste and ENJOY!
I hope your family enjoys this dairy free soup!
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