Homemade Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana


Homemade Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana


Homemade Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana
Homemade Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana

You don't have to go out to eat in order to enjoy restaurant-quality food at home. Homemade Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana is a copycat restaurant recipe that will be ready in under an hour. Made with Italian sausage, potatoes, and spinach, this soup is made to please. Crispy bacon garnishes the soup and adds a "wow" factor. The next time you have a craving for a comforting, creamy soup, remember that you can make restaurant-quality soup yourself! Plus, just think of how accomplished you'll feel when you make it from scratch.


Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time30 min

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Been to Olive Garden many times and have not had this soup. It looks wonderful and the ingredients are right up our alley. Now all I need are the recipes for the bread sticks and the salad and we will feel like we are in Italy for sure.

Homemade Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana Soup is a great tasting soup from Olive Garden. I am so excited to make this. It looks like it can be ready within an hour. I might even try ground beef instead of sausage or maybe do both. Great recipe find. Hopefully it will taste like the original Olive Garden soup

This dish is absolutely delicious! And the sauce takes on such wonderful flavors from the Italian sausage and the bacon. We had it for dinner yesterday and by the time everyone had had second, and even third, helpings until there was not a single bit of then dish left. It is really easy to make which is always great for a week night meal after having worked all day and quite economical too as one can add as much potato and spinach as you like. Thank you for the free recipe!

I have not been to Olive Garden in years and I have never had any of their soups. This sounds amazing! I am not usually big on spinach, but it pairs well with some other foods so I'd be willing to try it in this. I love that it isn't thickened with flour.

I actually just went to Olive Garden for the first time for lunch last week and tried this soup! It was really delicious so I'm very happy to find this recipe online. I agree that's free filling. It was an unlimited soup lunch and I could only have two bowls before being full (plus salad and breadsticks)!

This is a rich, savory soup with lots of bold flavor. Because of the cream, you don't need a lot to fill you up, so if you're making this as an appetizer or first course, just start with a cup serving instead of a bowl. Now if you want, this can easily be the whole meal itself, maybe with a side salad to lighten and brighten the meal. When I first made it, I was so hungry and craving it at that time and I ate too much because it was so delicious and I was too stuffed!


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