If you’re starting to feel a bit bored with your low-carb diet, it’s time to mix things up a bit by mixing up some new low carb soup recipes that include a variety of foods. Soups are a great way to break out of a rut because they’re so versatile. Have a small bowl alongside your meal or fill up a bowl with a hearty soup for a meal in itself. While many soups are naturally low-carb, some of your old favorites are full of noodles and potatoes, which are generally off-limits in the low-carb lifestyle.
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Eat More, Lose More Weight with These 50 Delicious Low-Carb Soups
- 1. Paleo Thai Chicken Zoodle Soup
- 2. The Best Broccoli Cheese Soup
- 3. Cauliflower Chowder
- 4. Low-Carb Buffalo Chicken Soup
- 5. Jalapeno Bacon Cheddar Soup
- 6. Crock Pot Andouille Sausage Cabbage Soup
- 7. Creamy Chicken Mushroom Soup
- 8. Low-Carb Broccoli Cheese Soup
- 9. Slow Cooker Enchilada Soup
- 10. Asiago Bisque Recipe
1. Paleo Thai Chicken Zoodle Soup
Missing mom’s famous chicken noodle soup when you’re feeling a bit sick? Time to bring in a new standard. Instead of the carb-heavy noodles you typically find in chicken soup, this low-carb soup uses “zoodles” – noodles made from spiralizing a zucchini. The spiciness from the curry and the creaminess of the coconut milk are a delicious blend in the soup. It’s just what you’d expect from a Thai-inspired recipe.
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If you’re a fan of the broccoli cheddar soup at Panera Bread, you’ll love this recipe, which the writer claims is better-than-Panera. It’s rich and creamy, but you can also make modifications to suit your taste. For instance, the recipe calls for fat-free half-and-half, but if you only have whole milk on hand, you can use that instead. The spices really make the dish complete, so don’t skimp on them. Since broccoli is one of the most filling low-carb foods, don’t be afraid to pack this soup with the yummy veggie.
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A creamy chowder is the perfect meal for a chilly day, and you’ll want to dig into this version. Using cauliflower in place of the broccoli makes it a carb-free soup, so there’s no guilt at all in having a second helping. Bacon crumbles on the top add the flavor that everyone in the family is looking for. You might even find that this simple recipe is a good way to get your kids to eat some more veggies.
Chicken soup with a twist? You bet. The cream cheese in this low-carb soup recipe lends a unique taste to the soup, while the spices and hot sauce give you the flavor of your favorite bar’s chicken wings. Fortunately, large chunks of chicken throughout the soup give the soup some heft, so you’ll avoid feeling like you’re eating pureed chicken wings.
With bacon and cheddar, and the spiciness from the jalapeno, this delicious carb free soup really hits the spot. It’s the seeds of the jalapeno that add the heat, so you can tone it down by removing the seeds, or keep it spicy by leaving them all. It makes use of celery seed, which isn’t a spice that most people have in their cupboards, but it’s worth the purchase. Chances are, you’ll want to make this soup again.
Made with thick slices of Andouille sausage, you’ll love how warm and comforting this low-carb soup is. Best of all, it’s designed to go in the crockpot, so all you have to do is throw in the ingredients and come home to the delicious smell wafting through your home. Browning the sausage before you add it to the crockpot does take a bit more time, but the additional flavor is worth the effort.
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If you’re looking for a low-carb mushroom soup, give this delectable recipe a try. Mushrooms are a good way to get some vegetables in if you don’t really consider yourself a vegetable person. The hearty, earthy taste appeals to many people. When paired with the richness of the chicken broth blended with the cream in this recipe, it’s sure to be a hit. Note that with a cream-based recipe like this, you can make adjustments to the taste or calorie count. Using full cream adds calories, but a deep flavor. Half-and-half is usually a good calorie bargain, but you can often use milk to reduce calories.
Since many people who want to eat low-carb use a lot of meat in their meals, it’s sometimes hard to find a good vegetable soup that’s filling. Broth-based soups might be low in calories, but they aren’t going to keep you satisfied for long. With the heavy cream and cheddar cheese in this soup recipe, you’ll have the protein and fat you need to stay full. It also has a deep flavor that will have you coming back for more.
9. Slow Cooker Enchilada Soup
Craving Mexican food but don’t want the carbs you’re bound to find in their tortillas? Look to this yummy soup that you can make in the slow cooker. It’s got all of the tastes you expect in an enchilada without the carbs. This is perfect for those looking for low-carb soup recipes that are easy to make. Not only do you simply dump the ingredients into the slow cooker, but you can also prepare the ingredients for the soup and store them in the freezer so that it’s really easy to get this started.
The Asiago cheese in this bisque adds a unique flavor to this comforting dish. As is, the recipe is good as a side dish for someone who’s in the later stages of the low-carb lifestyle, but you can make this a carb-free soup by using cauliflower instead of the potatoes. You won’t lose any of the rich taste, but you won’t have to worry about the carbs. A touch of bacon is the perfect addition to the cheesiness of the bisque.