Thanksgiving Detox Soup
Thanksgiving has come and gone, but if you hosted like I did you are left with tons of turkey and all the fixings leftover. So I am not a huge fan of leftovers, which made getting creative with our turkey super important to keep me excited about our leftover meals to come for the next few days. I was feeling huge and sluggish, as always, after Thanksgiving so we opted to throw our leftovers into a detox stew. It completely repurposed the food we had to keep us from being wasteful, but also allowed me to feel like I am back on track for the week after stuffing my face. There are tons of things you can do with your leftovers, but I did find that throwing it all in the crockpot allowed me to relax after a full day of cooking and will be perfect for this week's lunches.
Leftover White Meat Turkey, shredded
1 sweet potato
1/2 fennel bulb
1 large white onion
2 cans crushed tomatoes
1 bunch of kale, chopped
1 quart Pacific Chicken Bone Broth
Spices to taste (garlic powder, onion powder, crushed red pepper, chilli powder and a pinch of pink himalayan salt)
Everything is getting thrown into your crock pot on high for 2 hours then switch to low for the remaining 3 hours. Dice all of your veggies and throw into your crock pot. Add the chicken bone broth, crushed tomatoes, spices and shredded turkey. Mix together and then pop the lid on. It is literally as easy as that. Wait 5 hours and enjoy!