Homemade, GF Whole-Food Cream of Chicken Soup!
I love casseroles. I have loved them since I learned to cook...because they're easy to throw together, they usually involve a Crock-Pot (saving me lots of time), and they are delicious. Since we made the switch to whole foods, I have missed my easy casseroles. As we reintroduced raw milk, I've been looking for ways to liven up our menu. My sweet Mama sent me a casserole Crock Pot for Easter, and I was determined to use it. So I perused the recipes and was very sad to see that we couldn't eat most of them...because Cream of Chicken soup from the can is not something we can eat. As I mourned the recipes, I began to wonder...why is it called Cream of Chicken Soup? Does that mean it's just cream and broth? Hmmm....and the answer is YES!
For the yummiest, healthiest Cream of Chicken you've ever tasted...check out this recipe!
Whole-Food Cream of Chicken Soup!
1/2 cup Arrowroot powder
8 cups Homemade Chicken Broth or Stock (NO POWDER OR CANS!)
2 Tbsp Sea Salt (less if your broth is salted)
1/2 Raw Cow's Milk Cream
Whisk arrowroot powder and 1 cup chicken broth until smooth and no longer lumpy.
Add remaining broth and salt to the arrowroot mixture.
Cook over medium high, keep whisking until mixture begins to boil, continue whisking until mixture is clear.
Remove from heat, whisk in cream.
Substitute for canned Cream of Chicken in any recipe. Remember that the canned stuff has to be thinned by milk or water (since it's concentrated), so when substituting, take that in to account.
My kids said it tastes as good as gravy!
Happy Casseroles Whole-Food Style!!