Seeing that it’s finally cooling down, I’m getting very excited about soup! It’s time to put on your socks and savor these warm and tasty recipes all winter long.
The best thing about soup is that you could make a huge portion of it and enjoy it leftover for a whole week. This will make for convenient lunches and simple dinners. Everybody loves that!
Actually, you could spend a full Saturday making a number of different soup recipes, then freeze them in individual servings for later use. This will make food planning extremely cheap and easy.
Keto Cauliflower Chowder
Just add “chowder” to the last part of any soup name and you simply know it’s gonna be extremely rich and tasty! This soup recipe is no different. Top it with cheese for the crowning glory. You can find the recipe here.
Easy Keto Chili
Nothing beats a hot bowl of tasty chili on a frosty day! Top it with low carbohydrate ingredients like sour cream and cheese to make it extra tasty. You have to check out this delicious chili recipe!
Lower Carbohydrate Creamy Tomato Soup
Tomato soup is really a classic that doesn’t go out of style. This recipe can make it extremely creamy and rich with the help of cream cheese and butter! Yummy. Read the recipe here.
Keto Broccoli & Cheese Soup
Broccoli & cheese soup is actually one of my all-time favorite soups. It is very easy to make and is low carb. I’m sure like the cheese counteracts the broccoli, making it nutritious yet super creamy and rich. Discover the recipe here.
Creamy Keto Pumpkin Soup
After September, I’m normally craving pumpkin. Everything pumpkin! This straightforward and low carbohydrate pumpkin soup hits the nail on the head. Top it off with some pumpkin seeds for the perfect finish.
Keto Cream of Asparagus
Since asparagus is in season throughout the spring months, this straightforward low carbohydrate soup recipe is ideal even after the flowers have bloomed. I don’t think I will ever get tired of this keto soup recipe!
Keto Zuppa Toscana
This kind of soup is an Italian favorite, and when you try it you will realize why! The standard Zuppa Toscana is made from potatoes, but you’ll be replacing all of them with cauliflower in this recipe.