Happy Monday and welcome back to Flawed yet Functional! I am a Type 1 Diabetic managing my blood sugar through insulin and the Autoimmune Protocol. While the AIP diet can seem extremely limiting, there’s actually a world of flavor in vegetables that you just don’t see in the standard American diet. Today I’d like to show you my remake on one of my favorite AIP-friendly soups, Sweet Potato and Beef Stew on the Stove-Top.
Sweet Potato Beef Stew on the Stove-top
The stew I want to show you today is actually not my recipe at all (But you might recognize it from my Top 5 AIP Dinners post)! It’s a favorite of mine and my whole family!
I’ve been making and loving on this soup for almost 2 years, so I finally worked up the courage to ask her if I could share my version on her blog. She said yes! Yeah, I was shocked too!
Thank you, Heidi, for allowing me to guest post on your blog today! Hop on over to Rally Pure to check out my stove-top version of this one-pot soup!
Don’t wait! Head on over to Rally Pure to check out how to make this tasty soup! I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but Michigan is supposed to be single digits today…a perfect day to make a hearty stew!
Why Sweet Potato Beef Stew Is Great
- It can be made in one dutch oven! Don’t like a bunch of dirty dishes after you cook? This stew only needs a knife, vegetable peeler, cutting board, wooden spoon, and dutch oven!
- It reheats wonderfully. Make a batch on Sunday then pack the leftovers away for lunches throughout the week. Or put the leftovers in a crock-pot to reheat while skiing or sledding.
- The flavor meld in a surprising, wonderful way. You can’t really go wrong with root vegetables and beef in a stew, but that squeeze of lime at the end? That ingredient takes this soup over the top.
Hearty, leftover-friendly stew is my favorite thing to make in the cold winter months. Add this delicious one-pot Sweet Potato Beef Stew to your menu plan today!