This Copycat Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup Tastes Just Like What You’d Order At The Restaurant

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Looking for a warm and comforting recipe on a cold winter’s night? Check out this Copycat Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup from The Cozy Cook. It tastes just like the kind you get at the Italian restaurant chain and only takes about 35 minutes to make from start to finish.

This type of soup can be frozen for up to about three months. So you can make a big batch for a ready-to-go meal that will keep you satisfied all season long.

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You can start with premade gnocchi from the dried pasta aisle. Or if you’re feeling up to it, you can also make your own gnocchi from scratch. Of course, that will take some time in the kitchen.

If you’re looking for more Olive Garden recipes to re-create at home, check out the many copycat versions of Zuppa Toscana. The chain’s popular soup originally hails from Tuscany and includes sausage, bacon and greens, like kale or spinach.

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If you’re a fan of Olive Garden’s unlimited soup, salad and breadsticks combo, you’ll want to replicate their signature Italian dressing as well. This copycat version from Dessert Now Dinner Later is surprisingly simple and will make salad lovers out of even the most vegetable-averse eaters.

And no Olive Garden meal at home is complete without something sweet. That’s where this copycat recipe from Mindee’s Cooking Obsession for the chain’s Black Tie Mousse Cake comes in.

It’s chocolatey, decadent and, as the name implies, looks super-fancy to boot. This would be a great one to serve at a party and leave all your guests impressed with your skills. While it does take a bit of time to make, the results are definitely worth it.

Do you have a favorite Olive Garden copycat recipe?

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