These tasty keto soup recipes have all of the flavor and none of the carbs!
So, you just decided to go on the ketogenic diet. This diet, originally designed for people with epilepsy, calls for consuming foods that are high in fat and low in carbs.
Doing so prompts your body to go into ketosis, a process where your body burns those nasty fats and turns them into energy, making you lose weight.
It’s promising, but it isn’t easy. While you’re free to enjoy bacon, cheese, and steak, you’ll have to say goodbye to sugar, pastries, potatoes, rice, and white bread.
Changing your lifestyle is a challenge, but these keto soup recipes will make your transition go smoothly.
With these soups, you’ll say hello to a slimmer figure in no time.
With keto, going on a diet doesn’t mean giving up comfort food. Juicy chicken and hearty cauliflower are the stars of this scrumptious soup.
It’s low-carb, paleo-friendly, dairy-free, and gluten-free, but it’s wonderfully tasty.
Also, one serving is only 200 calories. Delicious, nutritious, and low in calories – it’s the ultimate diet food!
It gets extra points for being super easy to make. Your chicken soup will be ready for lunch or dinner in under 40 minutes. How awesome is that?
You guys, this is the tastiest vegetable soup I’ve ever had. Seriously, even if you’re not on the keto diet, it’s a must-try!
This is one of those soups that’s so good, you’ll be surprised it’s good for you.
It’s hearty, warming, and downright delicious. The recipe is fantastic as it is, but feel free to add other veggies, too.
Also, apart from being keto-friendly, this soup is perfect for vegans and paleo dieters.
It comes together in just 30 minutes, so it’s perfect even on busy weeknights.
What I love about the keto diet is not only are you allowed to have cheese, you’re encouraged to.
This broccoli cheddar soup is hearty, creamy, and so cheesy.
Broccoli is a healthier, low-carb alternative for potatoes, and trust me, with this soup, you won’t miss the spud.
Loaded with cream cheese, heavy cream, and cheddar cheese, this soup is undeniably cheesy.
There are bacon crumbles in there, too, because why not?
Because it doesn’t contain starch, this soup has a relatively thin broth. But if you want it thicker, you can always mix in xanthan gum.
Because it’s starchy, butternut squash is technically not a Keto-friendly veggie. However, as long as you use it in moderation, you’ll be fine.
This recipe promises delicious butternut squash soup without halting ketosis.
It’s perfect for when you’re craving the warmth of fall flavors.
The recipe calls for coconut milk, which means not only is this soup keto-friendly but paleo and Whole30 appropriate as well.
This cauliflower soup calls for roasting the florets beforehand. Roasting gives the cauliflower an even deeper, more pleasant flavor.
That’s why even though this soup is basic, it’s bursting with deliciousness.
Cooked with heavy cream, cream cheese, and cheddar, this soup is rich, creamy, and so addictive, you’ll want to lick the bowl.
The smokiness of the roasted cauliflower mixed with the umami-rich dairies is phenomenal. It surprises me that it’s low-carb!
A big chunk that makes up clam chowder is the potatoes.
Keto dieters aren’t allowed spuds, but that doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy a good clam chowder.
This chowder may not taste exactly like the traditional soup, but it’s delicious, nonetheless.
Taking the place of potatoes are cauliflower florets, making the chowder hearty, tasty, and healthy at the same time.
Here’s the best part: this chowder calls for only 5 ingredients and 15 minutes! It can’t get any better than that.
Roasted tomatoes and fresh basil are the stars of this scrumptious soup. It’s so good, you might even forget you’re on a diet.
One spoonful will warm your belly and make your tastebuds and heart happy.
This soup may not be as thick as regular tomato soup, but the flavor makes up for it. Roasted tomatoes are the key.
While, yes, roasting is an added step, it’s worth the effort. It releases the natural sugars in tomatoes, making the fruit 10 times more delicious.
This taco soup is ridiculously delicious! It will definitely make your keto life so much easier.
It’s outrageously creamy, cheesy, and loaded with ground meat and fresh veggies. Finished off with fresh avocado slices, this soup is a sure winner.
It looks and tastes like it’ll take hours to make, but in reality, all you’ll need is 30 minutes.
Because it all comes together in one pot, clean-up is a breeze.
9. Cabbage Soup
From aiding in digestion to preventing heart diseases, cabbage is teeming with health benefits.
It’s also low in carbs and calories, making it the ultimate weight loss ally.
This soup is loaded with cabbage and flavor. Seasoned with herbs and spices and topped with cheese and bacon, it’s absolutely delicious.
Add this to your daily diet, and the fat will start melting off.
While it’s a lot easier to eat mushroom soup from a can, making it yourself will give you a hundred times more flavor.
Did you know that homemade mushroom soup is actually easy to prepare?
You’ll only need 5 ingredients – mushrooms, butter, broth, cream, and sage. It’s a simple recipe, but the result is sublime.
This soup is thick, creamy, and loaded with umami goodness. Best of all, it doesn’t contain artificial ingredients such as MSG.
A reason why many people are attracted to the keto diet is that you’re free to eat fatty dishes such as bacon cheeseburger soup.
Brimming with ground beef, bacon, and cheese, it’s literally a cheeseburger in soup form, and it’s awesome.
It’s the best way to scratch that burger itch without ruining your diet. It’s so good, even non-keto dieters will fall in love with it.
It’s hearty and filling even on its own, making it an ideal complete meal on a cold evening.
Onions are the star of this soup, so you’ll want to give them special treatment. How? By caramelizing them, that’s how.
When you caramelize onions, you’ll bring out their natural sugars, giving them a deeper, sweeter flavor.
This means you won’t need to add too much to the recipe to achieve maximum goodness.
So while it’s added work, don’t skip this crucial step.
French onion soup is typically served in a bowl of bread. Even without it, though, this soup is just as amazing.
This cream of asparagus soup only calls for five ingredients.
It’s so easy and delicious, you’ll never go back to canned asparagus soup again.
This soup is smooth, creamy, and simply divine. It’s amazing how a simple combo of asparagus, cream, butter, broth, and garlic yields such a delectable flavor!
You can serve this soup as is and it’ll be a hit, but you can take it up a notch by adding sour cream and fresh dill.
Chicken noodle soup is undeniably hearty and comforting. Keto dieters can’t have carbs, so use zoodles instead.
With just a spiralizer, you can turn carrots, squash, cucumber, turnips, and beets into low-carb pasta alternatives.
In this recipe, you’ll need zucchini, but feel free to try any of the above, too.
With this healthy option, you can eat your favorite chicken noodle soup to your heart’s content. It’s hearty, scrumptious, and 100% guilt-free.
Bacon and avocado slices together in one soup? My mouth is already watering.
Seriously, you had me at bacon. This soup is the stuff of legends.
It’s salty, savory, smoky, creamy, and crunchy all in one. I can’t get over how delicious it is.
The fact that it’s also Keto-friendly seems like a happy accident. I’ll gladly have this on my weekly meal rotation, even if I’m not on the keto diet.
If you’re a fan of stuffed bell peppers, you’re going to love this next one.
Ground beef, bell peppers, and cauliflower rice swim in a flavorful broth of sweet tomatoes. This low-carb soup is full of color, flavor, and texture.
Since it’s also loaded with cauliflower rice, this soup is super filling. It’s a complete meal even on its own.
The best part? It’s ready in half an hour, proving that even when you’re busy, you can still lead a healthy lifestyle.
Craving the goodness of a Philly cheesesteak sandwich? Well, we know you can’t have bread, so make soup instead.
This soup will satisfy your craving while still adhering to Keto requirements.
Brimming with sliced ribeye steak, mushrooms, green peppers, and cheese sauce, this soup is phenomenal.
You can use American cheese, provolone, or even Cheese Whiz for this recipe, and your soup will still turn out amazing.
Let’s take a break from the hot soups and turn our attention to this cold cucumber soup.
This refreshing treat is a perfect appetizer on a hot summer day.
Cucumbers, Greek yogurt, garlic, lime juice, dill – that’s all you need! It’s simple, yet it sure hits the spot.
It also couldn’t be easier to make. Just pop all the ingredients in the blender, and pulse away.
There’s no cooking involved, so it’ll be ready in a few minutes.
I love me some smoked salmon. The combination of rich and smoky flavors gives me joy.
What’ll be even better, though, is if you turn that delicious specimen into a chowder.
It also contains cream cheese, which is basically smoked salmon’s soulmate. They’re so good together, one bowl isn’t enough.
It comes together in just 20 minutes, too. It tastes so amazing, though, that it tastes like it takes at least an hour to make.
20. Keto Ramen Soup
Yup, you read that right – there is such a thing as keto-friendly ramen. How’s that possible, you ask?
Low-carb noodles are the key. Thanks to this alternative, a bowl of ramen only has 1.5 net carbs. It’s like food magic, and it’s bewitching.
Flavored with a simple ramen spice mix, this ramen is as addictive as your favorite pack of instant ramen.
The big difference is, it’s keto-friendly. Hurray!
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