21. Low-Carb Slow Cooker Chicken Fajita Soup
Easy is the name of the game in a lot of low-carb recipes, and this recipe isn’t any different. Perhaps the easiest aspect of this is the idea of using a pre-made skillet sauce mix by McCormick’s. These packages have all of the spices you need to get that enchilada taste. It’s a good solution for those who don’t want to have a lot of spices on hand or who want to be completely sure to get the right taste. There’s no guessing when you use spice packets.
22. Fire-Pot Soup
Heat things up with this no carb soup. The spicy curry broth will stoke your metabolism while the shrimp offers the protein you need to make this soup a meal. The original recipe uses rice, which you can omit if you want to reduce carbs. Alternatively, swap in grated cauliflower for a bit more texture with each bite without adding to the carb count.
23. Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Wild Rice Soup
Anyone looking for soup recipes with low carb foods probably wouldn’t expect to find a soup with rice in it. However, wild rice is a healthy whole grain, and it’s fine in moderation in the later stages of most low-carb plans, so you shouldn’t consider this recipe completely off-limits. With half-and-half, a premade alfredo sauce, and shredded cheese, this soup is the ultimate in decadent creamy cheesiness.
24. 5-Minute Vegan Cream of Tomato Soup
It’s hard to find low-carb soup recipes that are also vegan, but this recipe fits the bill. How can you make a “cream of” type soup vegan, you may wonder? The secret is in blending healthy macadamia nuts in a high-powered blender. This makes a surprisingly cream substitute that fits makes the recipe super delicious. Serve this alongside a salad for a healthy, filling meal.
25. Jalapeno Popper Soup
Jalapeno poppers are typically covered in breadcrumbs, which means that they won’t make any list of low-carb foods. However, this soup recreates the taste you love in the cheesy, spicy poppers and a low-carb way. It’s creamy and comforting, and you can adjust the heat to your personal taste by increasing or decreasing the number of jalapenos you use.
26. Low-Carb Zuppa Toscana
Sweet sausage in this creamy soup is a departure from chicken and will ensure you won’t miss the noodles you’d typically find in regular soups. Adding kale to the soup offers a great way to get some added nutrition, especially for those who wouldn’t normally eat kale. The extra flavors of the soup mask the bitterness of the kale. This is a no carb soup that’s sure to hit the spot.
27. Low-Carb Beef Stew
You don’t have to worry about carbs when you’re craving the classic taste of beef stew. It’s a soup that makes use of many low-carb foods. The key to bringing out the great flavor is to allow the soup to cook for a long time in order to merge the flavors. A lot of people serve beef stew over noodles, which you might miss living the low-carb lifestyle, but you could consider making some from zucchini or even just have a bowl of the stew as a side dish.
28. Chile Rellano Chicken Soup
Many times, recipes call for using flour to thicken a soup. Not exactly a low-carb idea. This recipe would have traditionally used that method, but the blogger has revamped it into a low-carb soup recipe. You’ll especially love the flavor that the roasted poblano peppers add to the dish. Want an even richer flavor? Choose a sharp cheddar cheese for the recipe and you’ll be in heaven.
29. Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup
With cumin, chili, and paprika, this low calorie soup is sure to hit the spot, whether you’re looking for a side dish or a full meal. This chef makes an interesting point about the texture of the soup. The original recipe calls for diced onions and peppers, which add nutrition and flavor. However, if you prefer a smooth soup, you can easily use an immersion blender to puree these foods once they’ve cooked.
30. Brussel Sprouts Soup
Chock-full of Brussel sprouts, this low-carb vegetable soup is a great choice for someone who loves the often-hated vegetable. The recipe calls for frozen Brussel sprouts, which is a good way to save some money. It’s a creamy and guilt-free dish, so eat up.