Best Ever: Chicken, Spinach, Andouille Sausage, Navy Bean Soup Homemade

Winter's Favorites has a Winner!  My Turkey, Spinach, Andouille Sausage, Navy Bean Soup is Homemade and has changed my Winter.  Really.  And since I am making it all the time, I perfect it each batch.  It is so healthy and tasty.  It is a Winter Winner here.  Oh, in this picture, I have added Artichokes.

Everyone is loving it on Instagram and Facebook so it is time to share the good news. It's homemade and it is easy.  Best of all, it is healthy and low calorie.  I said it was perfection.

Chicken, Spinach, Andouille Sausage, Navy Bean Soup


3 T. Olive Oil
1 pound Chicken Breasts
1 pound Andouille Sausage Trader Joe's (sorry not pictured)
1 medium onion, diced
garlic cloves to taste
1 Q. Chicken Broth
2. C. Water
Cheyenne Pepper
Sea Salt
Fresh Ground Pepper
1 Jar Tuscan Giant White Beans Trader Joe's
16 .oz bag Fresh Spinach

Most of my ingredients are from Trader Joe's.  I just happened upon these ingredients and put this soup together and we love it.

Over medium heat, sautee first five ingredients until grilled lightly brown.

Add chicken broth and water.  Then mix in the dry spices.  Simply simmer for thirty minutes.  Here I have a picture of the Spinach I just added in.  However, I have since added it at the end and it stays much more fresh and has more nutrients.  So Simmer the 30 minutes first, then stir Spinach in after you 
have turned off the heat.  

Then stir in the Tuscan Giant White Beans until they are hot.  Turn off heat.  Stir in Fresh Spinach.  Enjoy! :)

Here is my picture the night I added the Artichoke! It is such a hearty and filling soup and it is gluten Free and healthy.  Lots of proteins and vegetables.  Once I even added carrots and it was fab.  You could add gluten free noodles at the end or even some cooked rice. I enjoy the flavor with the white beans only as my starch.

My advice, do not be afraid to add or subtract ingredients or spices you like.  I assure you, this is impossible to mess up.  Just enjoy! And stay warm.  We are having the coldest Winter here in North Carolina.



*This post is NOT sponsored by Trader Joe's - we're just super fans! :) 

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