15 Mouthwatering Keto Soup Recipes That Will Make Your Mouth Water

Soups are great for a Keto diet! They’re really versatile and easy to make. And depending on how hungry you are, you can make it light or heavy.

You can divide Keto soup recipes into 4 groups:

  • Keto broth base such as chicken broth, beef broth, bone broth, water
  • Keto meats and vegetables
  • Spices and flavoring such as tomato sauce, chili peppers, turmeric, tamari sauce
  • Toppings e.g., diced bacon, chopped cilantro, avocado slices, boiled eggs

So, depending what you have in your fridge and pantry and what you fancy that day, you can design your own Keto soups to fit your needs. Simply mix and match!

1. Instant Pot Keto Chicken Soup

Ingredients: whole chicken, celery, carrots, onion, garlic, Italian seasoning, salt, pepper, parsley.

You can whip up this chicken soup recipe in less than 45 minutes from begin to finish! When you use a whole chicken, you not only save yourself time in meal prep, but you also get to enjoy the delicious chicken meat on top of a salad or in the broth.

Full recipe here

2. Keto Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup

Ingredients: olive oil, red onion, cumin powder, cayenne pepper, garlic, chicken breasts, dried oregano, chicken broth, diced tomatoes, yellow bell pepper, salt, pepper, tomatoes, avocado, cilantro, red chili pepper.

Cook this fiery Mexican-inspired dish for an extra heat this winter. My favorite part of this soup is the toppings so make sure you don’t skimp on those. Layer on those slices of tomatoes, avocados, and chopped cilantro. And if you’re adventurous, then throw a few slices of red chili peppers on top as well!

Full recipe here

3. Keto Cabbage Soup [Dairy-Free, Vegan]

Ingredients: coconut oil, cabbage (green or purple), carrot, celery stalks, onion, tomato, bone broth (or vegetable broth), garlic cloves, parsley, salt, pepper.

Cabbage soup is one of the easiest and most inexpensive meals you could make. This one is so flavorful it will blow your taste buds away.

Full recipe here

4. Keto Chicken Ramen Soup

Ingredients: chicken breast, chicken broth (or bone broth), eggs, zucchini, ginger, garlic, tamari sauce or coconut aminos, avocado oil.

If you’re missing your Asian flavor on Keto, then give this simple recipe a try. It’s got lots of traditional flavor but uses zucchini noodles instead of high carb wheat noodles. Specially, the ginger and garlic add lots of flavor to this basic chicken soup recipe.

Full recipe here

5. Asian Keto Chicken Meatball Soup

Ingredients: ground chicken, chicken broth, chives, ginger, salt, pepper, avocado oil, star anise, fish sauce, green onions.

Meatball soup with a twist! This soup will fill you up and impress your family’s meal. If you prefer beef or pork meatballs instead, then just use them instead of chicken.

Full recipe here

6. Keto One-Pot Beef Stew

Ingredients: bacon, beef stew meat (cubes), celery stalks, avocado oil, cold water, onion, carrot, thyme sprigs, bay leaves, salt, pepper.

With 22 grams of protein per serving and only 3 grams net carbs, this low-carb stew is living proof that comfort food doesn’t have to be bad for you.

Full recipe here

7. 30 Minute Turmeric Chicken Soup

Ingredients: boneless chicken thighs, cayenne powder, ghee or butter, cumin powder, coconut oil, onion, turmeric powder, chopped vegetables (carrots (omit), cauliflower, and broccoli), bone broth or vegetable broth, water, bay leaf, fresh ginger, chard, full fat coconut milk.

With all of the proven benefits of turmeric, there’s no reason not to try this recipe and if it is ready in just 30 minutes; there’s another reason! Equal measures of the vegetables in this dish can be substituted to your own favorites to suit you palate (or the family’s tastes).

Also – If you’re loving the health benefits of turmeric but can’t see yourself eating it every day, consider supplementing with our own Turmeric Soothe.

Full recipe here

8. Paleo Chicken Noodle Soup

Ingredients: shredded chicken, fresh parsley, homemade bone broth, coconut oil, onion, carrot, rib celery, thyme, eggs, salt, black pepper, green onion (Optional).

In this “noodle” soup it is actually beaten eggs that, when poured in slowly, will become the noodle-like texture. The broth in this recipe is filled with healthy veg and some protein rich chicken, making this perfect for when you’re feeling a little bit under the weather.

Full recipe here

9. Paleo Chicken Soup

Ingredients: chicken thighs (with bone), sprigs of fresh parsley, sprigs of fresh thyme, whole black peppercorns, Paleo adobo seasoning, water, carrots, celery ribs, mushrooms, yellow onion, garlic cloves, bay leaf, coarse sea salt.

There is something so comforting about a homemade chicken soup and this one is no exception! This recipe is a perfect way to use up leftover chicken and is full of flavor thanks to the fresh herbs. If you are using chicken on the bone, please be careful to strain the liquid through a sieve to avoid any bone being left.

Full recipe here

10. Mom’s Chicken Soup

Ingredients: whole chicken, sprigs of thyme, sprigs of rosemary, celery, red onion, carrot, garlic, salt, pepper.

Although this recipe is quite simple and gives a real homemade taste, it can also be so wonderful! If you have other veggies, broccoli for example, you can include this. If you can, use fresh herbs for this recipe as it gives a fresher taste, although these can also be changed to your favorites if you wish. For example, try using parsley instead!

Full recipe here

11. Salmon Stew/Kitchen Sink Soup

Ingredients: chicken broth, salmon filets, parsley, swiss chard or spinach or cavalo, italian squash, garlic, lemon juice, salt, pepper, eggs (optional).

This stew is full of vitamins with a variety of hearty greens to keep you fuller for longer. Salmon it the perfect protein to change up a regular flavor and it tastes absolutely wonderful!

Full recipe here

12. Paleo Coconut Seafood Soup

Ingredients: chicken stock, romaine lettuce, shrimp or prawns, button mushrooms, kale, tilapia filets, mussels, coconut cream, salt, Red Boat fish sauce (optional).

This lovely soup is so easy and can be ready to eat in 30 minutes, making it a great dish to make when you get home after a busy day. Because this is a creamy soup, it is so satisfying that it can be used as the main dish for your meal. The fish sauce adds a real depth of flavor to this dish and compliments the seafood well. If you or your family don’t like kale, simply swap it out for another vegetable like spinach.

Full recipe here

13. Spicy Shrimp And Chorizo Soup

Ingredients: shrimp, fresh cilantro, Spanish-style dry-cured chorizo, avocado oil, onion, celery, red orange or yellow bell pepper, garlic, tomato paste, shrimp or chicken broth, smoked paprika, ground coriander, sea salt, avocado diced or sliced.

If you’re a smokey and spicy flavors lover, this soup would be the perfect choice for you – the chorizo and shrimp complement each other so well. Adding sliced avocado to the toppings for your soup could help to cool the spice a bit if you prefer.

Full recipe here

14. Creamy Leek And Salmon Soup

Ingredients: salmon, coconut milk, avocado oil, leeks, garlic, seafood or chicken broth, dried thyme leaves, salt, pepper.

This dish is perfect if you like cream soups but want to stay dairy-free. The creaminess comes from the coconut milk and makes a lovely base for the salmon. The leeks give a subtle sweetness and are not a strong vegetable, which is a good idea as some salmon has a really slight flavor. Leeks are also perfect for freezing – just slice or chop and pop them in a bag, then you will have them ready-prepared for soups and stews.

Full recipe here

15. Dairy-Free “Cheesy” Keto Zucchini Soup

Ingredients: coconut oil, onion, zucchinis, bone broth, nutritional yeast, black pepper, coconut cream, parsley.

Zucchini squash makes super delicious soup and if you have access to a blender, you can create this dish for yourself with ease. A hint of nutritional yeast provides that cheesy flavor and the coconut cream gives this soup its luxurious thick texture without any dairy.

Full recipe here

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