Buffalo Chicken Soup perfectly turns the delicious flavor of buffalo chicken wings into soup form. It’s so amazing! Even better, this Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup recipe has so much flavor and none of the calories. Eating in a healthy way doesn’t have to mean you skip the flavor. I love this skinny soup recipe! Can you guess the secret ingredient?
Buffalo Chicken Soup
This skinny buffalo chicken soup recipe is full of that classic buffalo chicken flavor AND it’s healthy. This is a great skinny soup recipe for fall!
Buffalo Chicken Soup is the perfect way to get one of my all-time favorite flavor combinations: buffalo sauce and chicken. Turning it into a skinny soup recipe just makes it all the better.
My Beer Cheese Buffalo Chicken Dip is my absolute favorite appetizer to make for tailgate season (M-I-Z!), and my Blue Cheese Stuffed Buffalo Chicken Meatballs…omg. The only drawback? They’re not exactly the healthiest of recipes. Luckily my friend Jen from Fat Chick to Fit Chick has saved the day, and the calories. She created this AMAZING Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup…and I’ll be forever grateful.
This is one of the most creative and delicious healthy recipes I have ever made! I’m going to be cooking this up all through the fall season.
This Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup recipe is full of flavor AND it’s healthy. The best of both worlds!
How to Make Buffalo Chicken Soup
Buffalo Chicken Soup is so tasty. I love this that skinny soup version makes it healthy without ruining the flavor. It’s easy to make and it even has a secret ingredient…
I would have never thought of doing this on my own (thank you Jen!). The secret ingredient is CAULIFLOWER. Pureed cauliflower thickens the base of this soup to keep it super low in calories, while not sacrificing any flavor. Absolutely amazing. I can’t wait to try it with other soups to make them healthier. Such a genius idea.
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Skinny Soup Recipes
This buffalo chicken soup recipe was one of the first skinny soup recipes I’ve made, but it won’t be the last. Skinny soups are so great for simple meals that keep the calories down. I love cooking up soup for a deliciously warm dinner and I love that this soup is healthy without losing the flavor.
Try some of my other favorite skinny soups and skinny recipes:
- Healthy Crock Pot Tortilla Soups
- Healthy Cabbage Soup
- Healthy Crock Pot Potato Soup
- Skinny Cheese Dip Recipe
- Skinny Parmesan Spinach Dip
- Weight Watchers Lasagna
Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup Recipe
The inspiration for this skinny buffalo chicken soup recipe came from another blogger.
I was lucky enough to meet Jen at a blog conference in STL. Over the past year, she has lost 100 pounds. ONE HUNDRED. There are all kinds of blogs out there on the internet, but I think the inspirational ones are the best. Jen has an amazing and motivational story to tell, and I hope you check out her blog (and she has an absolutely adorable daughter too)! You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll find some super creative and healthy recipes!
I changed very little about this skinny soup recipe, because it was just so perfect the way Jen wrote it (she also has really helpful step by step pics!). I used cooked rotisserie chicken to save time. I also used a combination of chicken stock and chicken broth because that’s what I had on hand. I would love to know how you make this recipe your own as well!
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE BUFFALO SAUCE
You better believe we’ve got you covered! You can always buy Buffalo Sauce at the store for this recipe, or you can make your own! Here is our favorite Homemade Buffalo Sauce Recipe.
The Perfect Fall Soup
Soups are great any time of year, but they’re especially satisfying in the fall. The flavor of this buffalo chicken soup is so warm and just a little bit spicy. It will warm you up instantly!
The buffalo chicken flavor of this skinny soup is GOOD, it tastes just like eating actual buffalo wings. Instead of meatballs and cheesy dips, I think I’ll be eating this delicious soup for football games this fall. It’s spicy, hearty, comforting, and healthy. What a great combination!
I’m so glad I made this Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup recipe because it’s one of my favorite soups now. It’s flavorful AND healthy, so I don’t feel guilty eating it all the time. I love having another skinny soup recipe to go to when I’m craving soup!
See the recipe card below for details on how to make Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup. Enjoy!
If you like this buffalo chicken soup recipe, try these other buffalo chicken recipes:
- Buffalo Chicken Pasta Salad
- Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
- Creamy Buffalo Chicken Enchiladas
- Beer Cheese Buffalo Chicken Dip
- Buffalo Chicken Dip Bites
Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup
Buffalo Chicken Soup perfectly turns the delicious flavor of buffalo chicken wings into soup form. It's so amazing! Even better, this Skinny Buffalo Chicken Soup recipe has so much flavor and none of the calories. Eating in a healthy way doesn't have to mean you skip the flavor. I love this skinny soup recipe! Can you guess the secret ingredient?
- 2 pounds rotisserie chicken cooked and shredded
- 3 tbsp ranch seasoning*
- 1 large head of cauliflower chopped
- 4 cups chicken stock
- 2 cups chicken broth
- 1 cup water
- 1 pound sliced carrots
- 6 stalks of celery sliced
- 1 medium onion diced
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1 cup Buffalo Sauce (store bought or click for recipe)
- chopped green onion and blue cheese crumbles for garnish
- Boil cauliflower in stock pot with water, ranch seasoning, chicken broth, and chicken stock until very tender; approximately 10 minutes.
- While cauliflower is cooking, saute carrots, celery, and onion with the butter. Cook on medium heat until the onions are translucent and the vegetables are fork tender.
- Using an immersion blender, blend the cauliflower into a puree in the stock pot. It should blend completely and form a thicker base for the soup. Add the hot sauce and stir.
- Add the celery, carrots, and onion to the stock pot and stir.
- Stir in chicken and let cook on low for 20-30 minutes
- Serve hot with green onion and blue cheese as garnish (optional)