Fall is here, and it’s the perfect time to make great soups and stews. It’s a great time to add bone broth with is perfect for helping to heal the gut, which so many people need! This soup is hearty and satisfying and the perfect way to use up a leftover pot roast. It is a great way to warm yourself up on a chilly evening. This vegetable beef soup is perfect for that!
My mother was always a huge fan of vegetable beef soup. Of course, she usually made the type found in a can. With this recipe, you get a great taste without any of the chemical additives or preservatives found in factory processed varieties.
The funny thing is when I was a child I did NOT like vegetable beef soup. Of course, I was always a chicken noodle girl. But as I grew up my tastes changed and I really began loving this soup. Of course, now it reminds me of my Mom, and that makes it comfort food
This recipe uses the slow cooker, and it takes very little time to prepare. Quick and simple is my kitchen motto. And this recipe helps you to stay out of the kitchen, while still providing a healthy, delicious meal. Just throw in the ingredients and let it cook away through the day! I always buy a little larger pot roast to fix in the slow cooker for a meal and then fix this a couple of days later with the leftover roast. It’s the meal that keeps on giving!
Serve this with a nice salad or even some gluten-free cornbread for a complete meal that your family will enjoy.
Making healthy meals never has to require that you spend hours in the kitchen, and this recipe is proof of that!
This recipe is naturally gluten-free!