Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana Soup

Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana Soup

This Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana Soup is an Olive Garden favorite – easily transformed into a meal that you can make in your Instant Pot in 30 minutes or less.

One of my favorite places to go has historically been the Olive Garden – who can deny that their breadsticks and endless salad bowl are nothing short of amazing. Don’t even get me started on their soup – Zuppa Toscana is practically a well known favorite.

Let me honest though… going to Olive Garden with 7 people is not a fun experience – especially when 5 of those people are loud, energetic children πŸ˜‰

Since having children, we haven’t found ourselves going out to dinner anywhere honestly – not only is it a challenge, it’s very expensive – in many cases $50 – $70 if not more.  I’m thankful we picked up our Instant Pot in 2015, because it has truly been a lifesaver in terms of saving money.

Not only does the Instant Pot make everything from Soup to Tamales, Yogurt, Steel Cut Oats and more… in fact, bookmark over 50 recipes for the Instant Pot that you can make at home.

The Instant Pot allows us to make some of the best foods rather quickly – which is important when we have kids in Track, Youth Group, and Piano. No matter what our schedule looks like for the day, the Instant Pot helps put dinner on the table in a hurry – with food that everyone goes crazy for.

Including this soup.

A copycat version of Olive Garden's Zuppa Toscana - with sausage, bacon, kale and potatoes. The perfect weeknight meal!

Lets talk about this soup for a minute – we used hot italian sausage to give it some kick, and we used Idaho Gold potatoes. Feel free to substitute russets though – they’ll work super. Keeping the peel on the potatoes is important, as it will give the soup a little extra flavor.

Finally, if you aren’t watching your figure, heavy cream makes the soup taste out of this world.  If you don’t have heavy cream, however, feel free to substitute half and half. I don’t recommend using low fat milk – the soup won’t have the same flavor or feel πŸ˜‰

 

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6 Comments

  1. This.was.amazing. Thank you so much for this recipe!! Can you freeze this after you make it? We had a good amount left over and we’re not a family that eats leftovers, unfortunately. Thanks!

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