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Chicken Noodle Vegetable Soup

By Sally Cameron on January 07, 2014

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As we start a New Year,  its time to return to healthy, comforting foods to ward off the chill of winter and give us energy and strength. A bowl of steaming chicken noodle vegetable soup is just the answer.

Chicken Noodle Vegetable Soup

A hot bowl of soup warms us from the inside out, from head to toe. As you lean over a steaming bowl to slurp a spoonful, you breath in the goodness as the steam rises. Chicken noodle vegetable soup is light, yet satisfying and nutritious.

The Daniel Plan Cookbook

This recipe is from The Daniel Plan Cookbook, released February 18, 2014. It’s available on Amazon. The Daniel Plan Cookbook is filled with over 100 easy, delicious recipes that help you to live a healthy life. It proves that healthy eating is not boring or about deprivation but about enjoyment and abundance.

The cookbook follows the principles of The Daniel Plan: 40 Day to a Healthier Life, a New York Times best-seller. It guides readers on how to harness the power of faith, food, fitness, focus and friends to create a healthy life, forever.

The Daniel Plan is not a diet, but a way of life. Weight loss happens to be one of the blessings, which many of the thousands of people who have followed this plan will attest to. Click the link above and it will take you to the full Daniel Plan site, so you can learn more.

The Daniel Plan Cookbook

Healthy Recipes For Life

The three New York Times best-selling authors, Pastor Rick Warren, brain expert Dr. Daniel Amen, and metabolism expert Dr. Mark Hyman, were joined by The Daniel Plan Signature Chefs – Sally CameronJenny Ross and Robert Sturm – to create the cookbook. I also had the honor and blessing of writing much of the cookbook for this incredible team.

Every recipe is absolutely delicious, filled with life-giving, healthy ingredients. The cookbook also guides on how to build a healthy pantry, provides shopping tips, and information on how and why to choose ingredients. It’s not just a cookbook, but much more. There are wonderful side notes and tips throughout the book about how food is medicine.

Like Dr. Hyman, says, one of the most powerful tools we have to change our health is our fork.

Also a treat for the eyes, the photography is gorgeous thanks to Matt Armendariz and Adam Pearson. Cover photography and  few extra shots contributed by none other than Kent Cameron and yours truly.

Enjoy this chicken noodle vegetable soup recipe. It’s a great one to add to your New Year recipe repertoire.

Dr. Daniel Amen, Chef Sally Cameron, Dr. Mark Hyman

For more information on The Daniel Plan and how it can help you to live a healthier life, please visit The Daniel Plan.com

If you are already following The Daniel Plan, here is a link to the Daniel Plan store for fun gear!

Lead photo courtesy Zondervan Publishers and Matt Armendariz Photography

Chicken Noodle Vegetable Soup|The Daniel Plan

Classic and comforting, nothing is better than homemade chicken soup. It can be made in a about an hour, even less if you use leftover over roast shredded chicken and pre-cooked pasta. To make this gluten-free, use brown rice pasta. This is one of my recipes created for The Daniel Plan Cookbook. Thanks to Zondervan publishing for allowing me to share it with you in advance the the release date.

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3 ribs celery finely chopped
  • 2 −3 carrots finely chopped
  • 1 medium onion finely chopped
  • 2-3 cloves garlic minced
  • 2 teaspoons minced fresh thyme or ¾ teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1 bay leaf
  • Kosher or sea salt and
  • Black pepper
  • 2 quarts chicken broth 64 ounces or 2 liters, for homemade see here
  • 1 large bone-in chicken breast or shredded cooked chicken
  • 1 cup whole wheat or brown rice elbow pasta
  • 1 tablespoon fresh parsley finely chopped
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Instructions

  1. Add oil to a large pot over medium heat. Turn the heat down to medium low and add the celery, carrots, and onion. Cook until the vegetables are soft and translucent, 12−15 minutes. Stir in the garlic, and cook another 30−60 seconds. Add thyme, bay leaf, salt, and pepper.
  2. Remove skin and fat from chicken breast. Cut chicken breast crosswise through the bone into two pieces. Add the broth and the chicken breast to the pot. Bring to a boil, turn down to a simmer, and cook until chicken is cooked through, about 18 minutes.
  3. Remove chicken from the pot. Add the pasta, and simmer until pasta is tender. When chicken is cool enough to handle, shred the meat, and add back to the pot to warm.
  4. Remove the bay leaf. Add parsley. Ladle into warm bowls to serve.
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7 Comments

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Stacey | January 7, 2014 at 4:44 pm

Sally, I’m soooo jealous is all I can say! Awesome! Two of my favorites! I’m just finishing up my year long course with Inst. of Integrative Nutrition and really enjoyed both their lectures as a matter of fact I just listened to Dr. Amen yesterday. You are one lucky woman to have worked on the development of this book! Congrats and much more success to you!

    Sally | January 7, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    Thanks Stacey! Dr. Amen and Dr. Hyman are both absolutely terrific. Both are so deeply knowledgeable and passionate about health. In fact, Dr. Hyman said at the book launch party that this is about transforming world health. Wow. The Daniel Plan is a movement and it can and will change thousands if not millions of lives. It is such an honor a privilege to be part of this team. Stay tuned!

      Stacey | January 7, 2014 at 5:10 pm

      p.s. I noticed your blog has changed a bit over the past year or so but I never realized you went to IIN too until just now. Now I know why!! 🙂 Love them both, have been reading both their books for quite a few years! Best of luck and I look forward to the new book!

Madonna/aka/Ms. Lemon | January 8, 2014 at 2:05 pm

Sally, I am so delighted for you. I wish you a successful year. You just never know where life is going to take you.

Oh, and the soup is going on my to-do list.

Shut Up & Cook | January 11, 2014 at 2:02 pm

Fabulous picture of you! Love those glasses!

I’m going to need to detox with this soup when I come back from Paris.

🙂

Jen | February 9, 2014 at 10:25 pm

This looks great! How many cloves of garlic? Thank you.

    Sally | February 11, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Thanks Jen. I did not notice that the amount was cut off! I use 2-3 large cloves because we love garlic, and garlic is so good for you.

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