Meet Savannah, the blogger behind What Savvy Said!
Meet Savannah, the blogger behind What Savvy Said! Her blog inspires women to live their healthiest and happiest lives. Like most of us, Savannah is a woman on the go so her recipes are focused on being hands-off, healthy and of course delicious. On the blog today, we're sharing our newest obsession, What Savvy Said's chicken pot pie soup using our pasture raised chicken breasts.
Back when I lived in Atlanta, I used to dream of doing something I like to call Kitchen Sink Sundays. Aka a day where you host friends and find a way to make a fun dish out of whatever groceries you’re all looking to use up for the week. Did I ever do this? No. But the idea for it is what sparks a lot of WSS recipes, particularly today’s Paleo Instant Pot Chicken Pot Pie Soup. As always, I have a few notes about today’s recipe. Aka how to make it work for you! And because one of my favorite things about using the instant pot is that I can make dinner happen regardless of whether or not I remember to thaw out a meat. It makes removing my excuse to not eat something balanced easier. Nevertheless, this instant pot chicken pot pie soup recipe is all about using what you have and making a speedy, hands off dinner. So feel free to sub in as needed!
The Grass Roots Way
As always, I’m using my pasture raised chicken from Grass Roots Coop. I’m a long time fan of the GRC crew. They make living a healthy life so much easier by shipping everything to my door. Plus, the taste is phenomenal. I’m so grateful I get to partner with brands I love to create content. And it means even more to me to know I’m supporting small business owners.
Here’s what you’ll need to make your soon to be newest obsession:
Onion, green beans, carrots, celery, mushrooms, frozen peas,
salt, pepper, thyme, oregano, parsley
pasture raised chicken breast, coconut milk, chicken broth, olive oil
How To Store and Reheat
Whenever I make soup, I always store it in a quart mason jar in the fridge. It makes it easy to pour out a portion when you want to reheat more soup. Plus, it takes up less space! This recipe will last about a week in the fridge. You can always freeze any you won’t eat in time in a glasslock container. Both the microwave or stove top would work for reheating purposes. 2-3 minutes in the microwave should do the trick!
Serve and Enjoy!
When you make this, be sure to tag me on Instagram and let me know! Words of affirmation is my love language and I love seeing what you babes are making. Until next time.