Saturday, October 26, 2013

Wild Rice and Chicken Soup

clean eating wild rice and chicken soup'

Here's a traditional recipe for all you lovely, health-minded people out there :) 

Get your slow cooker out and set to LOW. Pour in 4 cups of reduced sodium, fat free chicken broth with 2 cups of water over 1 pound of lean chicken breast.  Add in 3 medium celery stalks, chopped, with 3 medium carrots sliced and 1/2 red onion, diced. 

Add in 1 cup of long grain wild rice, with 1 teaspoon of ground black pepper

Cover, and cook on LOW for 7 hours of HIGH for 5. 

Enjoy :) 

If you like this recipe, check out more of my favorite slow cooker recipes in my e-book available on Amazon. 

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Hi! I 'm Karlene Murphy. A lover of food (especially if it's gluten and dairy free!), getting outdoors, lifting weights, travel, writing, and snuggling with my two puppies. My addictions include chocolate, coffee, cookies, and sharing my love of being HAPPY and HEALTHY! My passion is educating others - whether at my full time job as a high school Psychology teacher, or with YOU my readers. I have been in the fitness wold for almost 10 years, and currently am an Online Fitness Coach, Fitness Instructor, Pilates and Yoga and Aerial Yoga Instructor in Southern New Hampshire. Contact Me if you need help with designing your own fitness and nutrition program.

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