Creamed Carrot Soup is an amazing way to up your carotenoid intake, allowing your detox pathways to open up and flush toxins. This phase 2 GAPS approved soup will be a crowd pleaser.
Creamed Carrot Soup
3 pounds organic carrots, chopped
3 quarts properly prepared meat stock (click here for directions)
2 medium organic onions finely chopped
2 blocks Kerrygold butter (click here to order)
9 cloves organic garlic finely chopped
Put all ingredients, except garlic, into a stock pot and cook on medium high for 30 minutes or until carrots are soft. Add the garlic. Mix until desired smoothness with a hand blender or other blending appliance. Enjoy.
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