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Do you struggle with getting nutritious meals on the table quickly?
Sometimes it’s so tempting to whip out that blue box of mac ‘n cheese and call it good.
Don’t get that box out just yet! An easy solution to this problem is…
Soups are naturally nutritious when made with the right ingredients and can be a vehicle to get more vegetables in your diet. Moreover, when made with gut-healing bone broth and nutritious wild rice, the soup has the potential to be a superfood.
I’m not over-exaggerating when I say soup can be superfood. Bone broth, when made right, has an impressive list of potential benefits, like…
- helps with gut-healing because the nutrients in bone broth are easily assimilated in our bodies
- maintains strong bones and supports joint health because of the natural collagen and gelatin in rich bone broth
- supports healthy immune response and natural immune system function thanks to bone broth’s amino acid profile and it’s ability to aid in detoxification processes.
That’s why I feel confident using bone broth in many recipes. I know that I am providing nutrients, amino acids, and other vitamins to my family and my own body.
Pressure Cooker Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup
In addition to bone broth, hand-parched wild rice adds even more nutrition to this soup. True wild rice grows in wild, clear lakes and requires special conditions to grow — conditions which are specific to northern Minnesota and Canada.
Wildly Organic’s Wild Rice is not genetically modified and has not been altered like most other grains in the States. Furthermore, this wild rice is a natural grain native to Minnesota and is not a farm crop and neither can it be cultivated. Rather, it’s an ancient grain that is grown on non-depleted soils at the bottom of clear, cool lakes.
This Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup is easily made in your electric pressure cooker (such as the Instant Pot), making weeknight meals stress-free! With hearty mushrooms and delicious bone broth, you won’t even miss the meat in this meatless soup. However, if you happen to have some leftover roast chicken, you’re welcome to toss in a few bits to add more sustenance.
While most soups call for flours or starches to thicken, the final touch to this soup is cream cheese! It not only adds amazingly rich flavor but also serves as a way to slightly thicken this Pressure Cooker Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup.