Paleo Buffalo Chicken Soup Recipe

 Buffalo chicken soup is one of those fares that definitely raise eyebrows (“Seriously? You turned an appetizer into a soup?”). But that does not mean this concoction tastes outright bizarre. In fact, this might be one of the best soups you will ever taste. Only found back then restaurants, it is now a staple of home cooking due to its simplicity and great taste.

And to make this innovation healthier, follow this Paleo Buffalo Chicken Soup Recipe. Enjoy!


  1. Using a large stock pot, add 8 cups of water, cauliflower and chicken breast.
  2. Bring to a boil and reduce heat.
  3. Once chicken is cooked remove and set aside.
  4. Add coconut milk, chicken stock, spices, honey, and franks red hot sauce.
  5. Use a stick blender and puree.
  6. Shred the chicken with a fork and add to the pot.
  7. Chop the celery and onion and add to the pot
  8. Stir in the parsley, chives and cilantro and simmer for 20 min.
  9. Serve and Enjoy!


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  • Noelle

    Made this for supper tonight. Absolutely delicious!!! Hubby is working on bowl number 3!

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      Noelle, So happy to hear you guys enjoyed it :)

  • Jody

    This looks and sounds delicious! I’m thinking of canning paleo soups, I wonder if it’s possible to can this one as well?

  • Cheryl

    Sounds great! What is the carb count?

  • Chanel

    How much soup does this recipe make?

  • Monica

    I’m thinking about making this tonight for dinner. Since there are so many types of coconut milks out there, what do you use? The thick creamy milk in a can or the more liquid milk in a box? Thanks!

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      We used the liquid in the box type :)

  • Jen

    Do you have the nutritional value for this? Calories, fat, etc…….

  • Jennifer

    Quick question…do you discard the water that’s in the pot with the chicken and cauliflower? Or do you just remove chicken and add other ingredients to the pot with water and cauliflower…and then puree? Sorry…I’m easily confused:)) But recipe looks delicious! Thanks!

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      You want to use the water, it will have the flavor of the chicken :)

  • littleleah

    This recipe looks great! Happy to see there’s no dairy! I don’t have a hand blender, could I just whisk it or will it not be the same?

    • http://paleomember.wpengine.com paleoaholic

      It’s worth a try, but that allot of work :) Let us know how it turns out.

  • Marley

    Made it for dinner tonight and all I can say is…..delish!!!! Will definitely make again. Thank you :)

  • Mary

    I made this and I have to say I was a little skeptical of the cauliflower. To me, it didn’t belong chicken soup. Boy was I wrong. I loved the way it reminded me of a pasta/noodle. It was SO good. I’m making it again tonight!
    Thanks for the great recipe!

  • Nancy

    Made this last night for New Years Eve and my husband and I loved it! So delicious and flavorful. It definitely has a bite to it, but we both like spicy food. Thanks for helping me ring in the new year with this healthy, flavorful recipe!