This recipe for Chicken Gnocchi Soup is made with yummy gnocchi, delicious chicken, only requires 5 ingredients, and is completely finished in under 15 minutes. Talk about a recipe that comes together quickly!
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I’ve been loving soup this winter. However, my soup routine got a bit, well, boring. While I LOVE my standard go-to of bone broth, chicken, sweet potatoes, and avocado I’m just about burnt out. So I decided to create something just as delicious but way more fun!
CHICKEN GNOCCHI SOUP RECIPE
Along with the gluten-free gnocchi and pesto, you’ll need bone broth (the good kind that jiggles when it’s cold), spinach, and a rotisserie chicken. How easy is this? All in all the soup comes together in less than 10 minutes and it’s so amazingly delicious and nourishing.
I really, really love the little bites of pillowy gnocchi in this soup. Almost like dumplings, they feel so comforting without the traditional wheat that’s typically used in the gnocchi. Gluten-Free gnocchi contains over 85% potato and rice flour. I promise even your non-gluten-free family and friends won’t be able to tell the difference.
Since the gnocchi cooks fast once the broth comes to a boil this soup is ready in just minutes. Plus, by using the rotisserie chicken you get even more flavor with less work and no need to roast your own. I typically choose an original style that has more seasonings but a plain one also has plenty of flavors. Be sure to remove all of the skin from the chicken as no one wants that in their soup, thank you.
HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN GNOCCHI SOUP
With only a few ingredients, this soup comes together rather quickly. Make sure you have everything together and measured before you get started.
- Heat the bone broth.
Place a heavy-bottomed pot over high heat and bring the cone broth to a boil.
- Add chicken.
Remove the skin from the Rotisserie chicken and cut into bite-sized pieces. Stir chicken into the bone broth.
- Add Gnocchi and spinach.
Add the gnocchi and spinach to the chicken and broth and stir well. The gnocchi should start floating within 4-5 minutes.
- Add pesto and serve.
Turn off the heat and stir in the pesto just before serving.
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WHAT TO SERVE WITH CHICKEN GNOCCHI SOUP
This chicken gnocchi soup recipe is definitely a delicious winter comfort food. While it’s perfectly delicious all on its own, there are a few sides you can serve with it.
- Italian side salad
- roasted zucchini
- roasted potato puffs
I bet you’re going to love this recipe as much as we do.
A FEW MORE RECIPES YOU MIGHT ENJOY
- Crock Pot Ranch Chicken
- Crock Pot White Chicken Chili
- Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings
- Instant Pot Chicken Chili
CAN I FREEZE CHICKEN GNOCCHI SOUP?
Not all gnocchi soups are created equal, so make sure you read the full recipe before storing the soup in the freezer. You can freeze this Chicken Gnocchi soup recipe for up to 4 weeks in an airtight container. Thaw the soup completely before reheating it on the stovetop.
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