This soup has all the flavors of Thanksgiving in a healthy and delicious package! It’s quick to throw together but tastes like you’ve been cooking all day.
For an even more flavorful version of this soup, make your own bone broth ahead of time!
Don’t have your own bone broth recipe to use? I’ve got you covered! Just follow the link HERE to my bone broth recipe.
This recipe is nutrient dense, Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) friendly, lower carb, grain free, gluten free, dairy free, nut free, egg free, nightshade free, paleo, primal, Whole30 compliant, & keto friendly!
What Makes this High-Vibing Food?
First and foremost, putting your own love, gratitude, time and energy into making foods at home will automatically raise the vibration of the foods/meal. This will also help to balance your sacral and heart chakras. Putting your love into the food you prepare will literally raise the vibrational frequency as love is the highest vibration out there!
You are what you eat and what your food eats. Using organic, GMO free, free/pasture raised, wild caught, minimally processed ingredients lead to an overall higher vibrational frequency. Basically, eating organic provides us extra energy currency!
This dish is rich in protein, which is grounding and protective. It also supports the root chakra.
This dish is rich in collagen and gelatin, which is grounding and protective. It also supports the root chakra.
Contains root veggies, which help to provide grounding energy to support the root chakra.
Contains orange colored foods. Orange vibrates at about the same frequency as the sacral chakra. So, eating orange foods helps to maintain the proper root chakra frequency.
This recipe is higher in carbohydrates, providing the solar plexus chakra with both long-lasting sugar sources (like fiber) and quick acting sugars like glucose.
This recipe is high in fiber, which supports all three of the lower chakras as it aides in the movement and flow of bulk during the digestive processes.
Contains yellow/tan/golden colored foods, which help raise the body’s frequency to that of the solar plexus, helping to balance it.
Contains cruciferous veggies, which are especially balancing to the heart chakra.
Contains green colored foods, which support and balance the heart chakra.
This is a soup recipe, which links the earth and water elements, and stabilizes the root, sacral, and throat chakras.
As a whole, the spices in this recipe, work through the third eye chakra.
A Short Note on Swaps or Ingredients:
*While I cannot guarantee that using these swaps will yield the same flavors I have create in this recipe, these swaps should generally work well!*
Use the Bonafied Provisons Bone Broth listed below if you're sensitive to nightshades or in the strict phase of the AIP. Many premade bone broths contain black pepper and/or other nightshades. You CAN also use a clean, organic bone broth other then the brand listed if you're not sensitive to nightshades or in the strict phase of the AIP. I will say though that the Bonafied Provisons brand is a true bone broth, gelatinous and all and is SOOOO full of flavor. So subbing for another brand or for broth is not recommended.
If you cannot find turkey tenderloin or filets, you can always sub chicken. It will however, not have that same "Thanksgiving" aroma or flavor profile as it would if you used turkey.
Equipment Needed to Create this Recipe:
large sheet pan
high powered blender
(gluten free & AIP/paleo)
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 30 minutes Yield: 3
20 oz. Bonafied Provisions turkey bone broth
16 oz. cauliflower florets
0.7-1 lb. turkey tenderloin/breast
¾ cup celery stalks, diced
¾ cup carrots, diced
2 tsp. fresh rosemary, chopped + 1 sprig
2 tsp. fresh sage, chopped + 1 sprig
6-8 sprigs, fresh thyme
1 garlic clove
Avocado oil, just enough to cook with
top with more fresh herbs.
How to Create this Recipe:
Pre-heat oven to 400 ° F.
On a sheet pan lined with parchment paper, place the turkey breast and cauliflower florets. Drizzle them with avocado oil and sea salt. Place a sprig of rosemary, thyme and sage around the turkey breast. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes, then flip the turkey breast and cook for an additional 10 minutes or until the turkey breast are cooked through and cauliflower is browned a bit.
While that is cooking in the oven, sauté up your onion, carrots, and celery in a bit of avocado oil. Cook until onions are translucent.
Once the turkey and cauliflower are done, set the turkey to the side and place the cauliflower, along with the bone broth, onion/carrots/celery and garlic clove into a high-powered blender. Finally add your chopped herbs. Blend until you get a creamy soup consistency. Portion soup into 3 portions
Slice the turkey and then evenly distribute the turkey into 3 portions to add to the soup.
Serving Size: 1 (based off of 3 servings total)
Fat: 2 g
Carbs: 10 g
Protein: 47 g
*All nutritional information are estimations and will vary.