A new list might come as a perfect opportunity for some delicious keto soup recipes, don’t you think? You can serve them hot or cold, mix them with or without meat, add whichever ingredient you love – and they will probably still turn out delicious and highly advantageous for your immune system! Let’s discover some new soup ideas then!
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Top 11 Keto Soup Recipes
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1. Vegetable Soup
Vegetable soup is a classic, don’t you think? Whenever you are not sure which exact soup you could prepare, simply collect some of your favorite low-carb veggies and mix them up into some nice delicious soup!
Soup can be both appetizer or the main dish. If you choose the first option, it needs to be slightly lighter so you have some room left for the next course. On the other hand, if you decide to serve it as a main meal, make it thicker, add more veggies, meat, or fish – and definitely consider some keto-friendly noodles. You need a rich, tasty, and delicious soup that will keep you full for a longer time as well as provide you with plenty of valuable nutrients.
Get the full recipe here: Cafe Delites
2. SuperFood Keto Soup
Let’s check some of the interesting facts related to this yummy liquid meal. So, did you know the earliest evidence of soup consumption dates around 8000 years ago? Yup, it was hippopotamus soup and I am really glad this “retro” cuisine is out of stock at today’s offer of soups (hopefully).
Soups are actually divided into two main groups: thick and clear ones. If you ask French people, clear soups are bouillon and consommé. Thick ones are classified according to the type of agent in charge of thickening they contain – for example, purées stand for vegetable soups that are thickened with starch. Which soup type comes as your favorite?
Get the full recipe here: Keto Diet
3. Creamy Taco Soup
This delicious comforting soup is a great tool against cold and all those exhausting days when you simply don’t feel like yourself. It is packed with nutritious vegetables and topped with some fresh avocado and lime juice.
Lime juice is something I have noticed as a common ingredient they use in Latin American countries. Trying out my first soup while visiting Colombia was a big surprise for me since I haven’t used lime anywhere but with salads, fish, or while making a juice. Still, after you get used to it, you realize it really provides your soup with the specific and rich taste – which I personally like.
Avocado is another important ingredient typical for that area. Try to add it to your daily menu whenever it’s possible since we are talking about a valuable low-carb fruit with a creamy texture and insanely good taste. Besides that, it is packed with folate, magnesium, potassium, vitamins C, K, E, and B-6, lutein, niacin, and omega-3 fats.
Get the full recipe here: Gimme Delicious
4. Creamy Garlic Chicken Soup
I guess chicken soups are always something that brings me back to my childhood and my favorite soup grandma used to make. That is why I really enjoy preparing them in all variations, including this delicious garlicky one too.
As a matter of fact, both garlic and chicken soup are valuable ingredients when it comes to keeping your immune system healthy. That is why soups like these are an excellent choice for days when you feel ill or you simply need a warm energy booster.
Another set of good news – there are only 307 calories and 2 g of net carbs per serving. Bon appetite then!
Get the full recipe here: Ketogasm
5. Keto No-noodle Chicken Soup
Here is another tasty version of chicken soup! It is made with a healing bone broth and a couple of more ingredients: butter, onion, celery, mushrooms, garlic, carrot, parsley, cabbage, and a chicken.
Chicken soups are a great option because you can adjust them to your own preferences and simply mix whichever low-carb ingredients you prefer. It is highly beneficial for your health since it combines so many nutritious foods. As we have already mentioned above, it is a great solution to keep your immunity up as well as a source of many vitamins and minerals. Of course, that part is adjustable according to the veggies and other ingredients you might add to your soup.
P.S. Although carrot is a high-carb veggie, it doesn’t mean you need to completely avoid it – it simply implies you can limit the consumption according to your needs and preferences.
Get the full recipe here: Diet Doctor
6. Keto Cauliflower Soup
I simply love how cauliflower comes as such a great ingredient you can literally combine with everything! Still, one of my favorite ways of preparing it is definitely a tasty, creamy soup.
This veggie is naturally packed with antioxidants, fiber, phosphorus, magnesium, folate, and many other important nutrients. Cauliflower improves digestion, memory, your bone health as well as healthy blood circulation.
So how long can you keep the cauliflower soup in your fridge? The rule for homemade soups, in general, says it should definitely not be more than 3-4 days. Always make sure to try it out in order to check if the taste has changed. If you know you are not going to be able to eat all you’ve cooked, simply freeze it for some other day.
Get the full recipe here: Good Housekeeping
7. Keto Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Besides cauliflower, another one of my favorite keto soups is definitely one with the broccoli! I love having smashed broccoli as a side dish as well as I enjoy preparing all kinds of creamy soups with this delicious veggie.
Broccoli not only it tastes good, but it also comes as a highly beneficial ingredient rich in antioxidants, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, folate, and vitamins C, and A. It improves the bone health, boosts your immune system, helps with skin health and digestion as well as it reduces inflammations.
This creamy low-carb and, above all, energy-booster soup makes a delicious combo of broccoli and cheddar cheese full of healthy fats and beneficial nutrients.
So, which way do you like your broccoli to be prepared?
Get the full recipe here: Hey Keto Mama
8. Easy Low-carb Gazpacho
Not every soup has to be warm – some of them are cool and perfect for warmer days. As a matter of fact, did you know that cold soups are some cultures’ specialties? For example, Gazpacho is a soup widely consumed in Spain and Portugal, especially during hot summer days.
This soup is something like a liquified salad. In other words, you must mix red onions, tomatoes, parsley, cucumbers, lemon juice, olive oil, and basil, and simply blend everything together.
Here is a fun fact about gazpacho – the name has an Arabic origin and it means ‘soaked bread’. Also, two main ingredients from the classical version (peppers and tomatoes) are something that has been added to the recipe only after discovering the New World.
Get the full recipe here: Resolution Eats
9. Chilled Avocado Cucumber Soup
I must admit I have never thought of cucumber soup before this recipe. Cucumber is one of my favorite summer veggies and an inevitable part of my light, summerish salads suitable for hot days. To be honest, having it in the soup is definitely not the best way you can eat it – for me, a fresh cucumber is still an option I truly prefer.
Still, it was interesting to taste something new and make a refreshing combo of avocado and cucumber. From that point of view, I would definitely recommend you to try it out. Will I prepare it again? Sure, but it certainly won’t be on the top of my common favorite meals I like to prepare more often.
Have you tried any cold soup with cucumber, and, if yes, what are your impressions?
Get the full recipe here: Simply So Healthy
10. Keto Hot Chili Soup
When you want to spice things up, why not make some delicious rich hot chili soup? This is one of those keto soup recipes that will provide you with a comforting meal that will warm you up whenever you are feeling ill, exhausted, or simply unwell.
Here is an interesting day-saving ingredient I love adding to my meals – turmeric. Sometimes I drink it with almond or coconut milk in order to boost my immunity. That’s called golden milk and you should definitely check it out! Turmeric is great for your health because it helps with lowering cholesterol, immunity, preventing cancer, maintaining ulcerative colitis remission, etc.
Get the full recipe here: ruled.me
11. Creamy Spinach Artichoke Soup
Remember how we said some soups can be served as an appetizer and some as the main dish? Well, this one goes to the second category! It is rich, creamy, and insanely delicious!
Spinach is an old friend when it comes to both ketogenic diet or keto soup recipes. It is easy to prepare whichever shape you choose, plus it is packed with fibers, vitamins C, K1, and A, folic acid, iron, and calcium.
Artichoke is another valuable low-carb ingredient rich in vitamins C, K, and B6, folate, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and many other important nutrients.
I must admit I love this tasty combo – and you?
Get the full recipe here: Modern Honey
Soups are an important part of your diet; they are easy to prepare, delicious, great for your immunity, and good for digestion – that’s why you should consider adding them to your menu at least once a week. The only thing you need to strongly pay attention to is not to overcook the ingredients, especially veggies. Other than that – play around with ingredients, create something new and simply enjoy your liquid delicacies!
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