Cream of Condensed Soup Recipe | Homemade | Allergy Friendly | Garlic Free | Allium Free | Onion Free
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Allium Free Homemade Condensed Cream of Soup Recipe | Garlic Free Onion Free

Cream of Condensed Soup Recipe | Homemade | Allergy Friendly | Garlic Free | Allium Free | Onion Free

Allergy Friendly and Healthier

Whether you are looking for an allergy friendly Cream of Mushroom, Cream of Chicken or other condensed soup recipe, or alternatively, if you are just looking for a healthier option with minimal real food ingredients, this quick soup is it!

Adaptable to Wheat, Gluten and Dairy Free Substitutes

While we are not wheat, gluten or dairy free, you can easily sub your favorite gluten free measure-for-measure blend or dairy free milk alternative such as almond, soy or rice milk.

Necessity is the Mother of Invention | Food Allergies Are the Mother of Creative Recipes

This recipe came from my need to have a staple comfort food for Thanksgiving – Green Bean Casserole. My son is allergic to garlic and the fried onions were still safe, however I couldn’t use the cream of mushroom soup called for in this classic American Thanksgiving dish.

Homemade Chicken Broth from Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

Due to our garlic allergy, we have to make all our soup from scratch. The week prior to Thanksgiving I made a simple crockpot chicken noodle soup and saved remaining broth to have enough to make both this recipe and some gravy.

Simple Whole Organic Ingredients

For my broth I simply had chicken breasts, water, carrots, celery, salt, pepper, basil and oregano.

Planning Ahead

I stored the reserved broth in the fridge, in a canning jar with screw top lid for about 4-5 days prior.

Upon being ready to use in our Thanksgiving Day recipes, I just grabbed the jar from the fridge and measured out what I needed! That easy.

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Quicker, Easier, Allergy Friendly, Healthier and YUMMIER!

Make a simple roux which is equal parts butter and flour, and then mix in chicken broth, milk and add a little pepper to taste. That’s it! It took me less than 10 minutes and while that’s more time than cracking open a can of soup from the store, it was allergy friendly, healthier, and quite frankly not only did the cream of soup taste better – my green bean casserole tasted better than ever too!

Use This in Place of Any Recipe Calling for a Can of “Cream of” Condensed Soup

Many crockpot AKA slow cooker, casserole, and other recipes often call for a cream of mushroom, cream of chicken, or other “cream of” soup. This recipe is the perfect substitute for any 10oz can called for.

Allium Free Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup | Garlic & Onion Free

Course Soup
Cook Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/4 C Salted Butter
  • 1/4 C All-purpose Flour
  • 1/2 C Chicken Broth
  • 1/2 C Whole Milk
  • 1/4 tsp Ground Black Pepper

Instructions

  1. In a medium sized frying pan, over medium high heat, melt butter. Whisk flour into butter until smooth, creating a roux for your soup.

  2. Continue to whisk while pouring in chicken broth, followed by milk.

  3. Allow to cook until thickened to consistency of a traditional "canned cream of" soup.

  4. Add ground black pepper, whisking until well combined.

  5. Use in place of any canned condensed soup called for in a recipe such as "green bean casserole".

Cream of Condensed Soup Recipe | Homemade | Allergy Friendly | Garlic Free | Allium Free | Onion Free

4 thoughts on “Allium Free Homemade Condensed Cream of Soup Recipe | Garlic Free Onion Free”

  1. Thank you very much for the cream of chicken soup with no garlic or onions! I have I.B.S. You have saved me!

  2. That is 100% correct and why I mention I’m the blog post “Due to our garlic allergy, we have to make all our soup from scratch. The week prior to Thanksgiving I made a simple crockpot chicken noodle soup and saved remaining broth to have enough to make both this recipe and some gravy.” I’ll be posting that recipe soon so keep an eye out. We avoid anything with “natural flavoring” “spices” and/or “seasonings” – so glad you know this and help to make others aware too! Thank you for your comment.

  3. I’m so glad to hear! I’ll be posting my chicken soup recipe for reserving some of the broth for this recipe. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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