8 of The Best Low Carb & Keto Soups You Should Be Eating

8 of The Best Low Carb Soups You Should Be Eating #keto #lowcarb #paleo8 paleo, keto, grain-free, dairy-free and low carb soup recipes that the whole family will love, regardless of their eating style. Plus, a new recipe for Keto Fat Bomb Hamburger Soup.

There are few things that I love more than a warm bowl of keto soup on a cold day. If approached correctly (no need to confuse “correctly” with taking oodles of time out of your day), soups can deliver some serious keto nutrients, effortlessly.

The problem with conventional soups – think: the creamed soup at that cafe you really love, is that many of them hide some pretty funky (nasty) ingredients. Vegetable oils (increases inflammation), low-quality dairy (encourages disaster pants situations), starches (gives you the nasty sugar lows followed by insatiable hunger), the list goes on.

CREATE A HEALTHY + HOT BODY… FOR LIFE

Making healthy, low carb, keto soup that won’t sap your energy is easy – a couple of fresh ingredients, a blender, stove top, that’s it. Don’t have a blender? That’s okay. Let’s not get too fancy here.

8 of The Best Low Carb Soups You Should Be Eating #keto #lowcarb #paleoThe first key to making healthy, keto soup is in the ingredients. The Environmental Working Group classified common soup ingredients like bell peppers, kale, carrots, summer squash, tomatoes, mushrooms, cauliflower and onions as being the most pesticide rich crops in North America. In this case “rich” is not a good thing. If your keto soup has any of these ingredients, go organic.

And, choosing grass-fed (and finished!) red meat goes a long way in providing your body with omega-3 rice fats, vitamins D, K and more carotene than an equal amount of carrots. For chicken, opt for soy-free, corn-free, pasture raised chicken whenever you can.

The second key to making a healthy, keto soup is in the preparation. Burned or blackened vegetables or meats cause havoc in your body. In fact, charred food has the same carcinogenic compounds as cigarette smoke! There’s no need to over-cook your healthy, keto soup ingredients. Cook until firm-tender and dig in! You’ll get the most nutrients this way.

Vegan Low Carb Cream of Tomato Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleo

5-Minute Vegan Keto Cream of Tomato Soup: Macadamia nuts are what makes this soup so creamy and delicious. Made of raw, keto ingredients and blended, many of the nutrients in this soup are left in tact. Served best with a side of Homemade Keto Thyme and Onion Crackers.

Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleo

Vegan Keto Cream of Broccoli Soup: My husband came up with the idea of using blended cauliflower as a base for keto soup. Brilliant man he is. The recipe for this low carb, keto soup couldn’t be simpler. Just a couple of keto ingredients, all whole food-based.

Pump Up Your Greens Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleo

Pump Up Your Greens Keto Creamed Soup: This keto soup has everything you need to stay hydrated, fueled and on top of your game. Luscious greens blended with health-promoting fats. It’s health, in a bowl.

Dairy-free Cream of Mushroom Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleo

Vegan, Grain-free, and Keto Cream of Mushroom Soup: There’s no cream in this keto mushroom soup! Completely safe for practically everyone. Unless of course you can’t do mushrooms…

Roasted Garlic Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleo

Keto Roasted Garlic Soup: Another dairy-free cream keto soup for the books. With just 11 grams of carbs per bowl, you can rest easy knowing that the healthy fats you’re pumping in your body will go to good use. Amp up the nutrient value by using homemade beef broth in place of vegetable broth.

Rutabaga Greens Stew #keto #lowcarb #paleo

Rutabaga Greens Stew: More greens! If one of your 2015 goals is to eat more greens, this stew has you covered. You won’t even taste the sea vegetables. Sounds scary? I promise it isn’t. The rutabagas add crunch without the potato sugar-high, you’ll be in keto stew loving heaven.

Low Carb Gazpacho #keto #lowcarb #paleo

Gazpacho: If fresh is the name of your game, this soup is your kinda party. Made with raw ingredients, this vegetable-based soup is great on its own, or used as a meat marinade. Yes, I just suggested you soak your meats in this soup!

Fat Bomb Hamburger Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleoKeto Fat Bomb Hamburger Soup (recipe below): I created this keto recipe a couple of months ago, before I underwent surgery (it’s all good, I’m fine!). I’m convinced that the high concentration of fats paired with the collagen from the homemade beef stock was the catalyst for my phenomenally fast recovery.

Fat Bomb Hamburger Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleo

5.0 from 4 reviews
Keto Fat Bomb Hamburger Soup
Author: 
Recipe type: Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Yeast-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Egg-free, Low Carb, Keto
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 6
 
High-fat, keto hamburger soup recipe, loaded with fresh vegetables. Low carb, paleo, keto, and dairy-free.
Ingredients
  • 125 grams red onion, sliced (approx. ½ onion)
  • 125 grams mushrooms, chopped (approx. 10 count)
  • 200 grams yellow bell pepper, sliced (approx. 1 count)
  • 200 grams Brussels sprouts, halved (approx. 20 count)
  • ¼ cup red palm oil, melted
  • Himalayan rock salt, to taste
  • Freshly ground pepper, to taste
  • 1 lb. grass-fed regular ground beef
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 200 grams celery (approx. 6 sticks)
  • 4 cups homemade beef stock, with the fat
  • 2 cups organic whole tomatoes
  • 1 tbsp organic tomato paste
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • pinch cayenne pepper or ½ teaspoon chili powder
  • 25 grams (1/4 cup) fresh parsley, chopped
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 350F. Place onions, mushrooms, bell pepper, brussels sprouts, palm oil, salt and pepper on a large baking sheet. Transfer sheet to the oven and roast vegetables for 25-30 minutes. Once complete, set aside.
  2. Add ground beef to a large soup pot and cook on medium-low heat until just cooked through. Add garlic and celery, cook for another 3 minutes. Do not drain the fat, keep it in there.
  3. Add remaining ingredients: stock, tomatoes, paste and spices. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for 15-20 minutes.
  4. Stir in roasted vegetables and chopped parsley. Serve with a slice of Flax Focaccia.

View Nutrition Information (once on page, scroll down)

Fat Bomb Roasted Vegetable Hamburger Soup-3912

I used red palm oil in this keto soup recipe. It’s another healthy saturated fat, my favorite saturated fat for roasted keto vegetables.

Fat Bomb Roasted Vegetable Hamburger Soup-3914

As I mentioned above, be sure to use grass-fed and finished ground beef in this keto recipe. The fats are highly nutritious. If you can’t get your paws on grass-fed beef, replace the regular ground beef in this keto recipe with lean. Animal fat holds toxins. If you’re eating conventional meat, there will be toxins in its fat.

Fat Bomb Roasted Vegetable Hamburger Soup-3920

I added a bit of extra homemade grass-fed tallow to the keto mix… you can do that as well, especially if you use a leaner meat.

Fat Bomb Roasted Vegetable Hamburger Soup-3922

My homemade beef stock is very thick and has oil on the top. I threw it ALL in there.

Fat Bomb Roasted Vegetable Hamburger Soup-3923

Once the meat is cooked, spices can be added.

Fat Bomb Roasted Vegetable Hamburger Soup-3929
The brilliantly golden roasted vegetables are best added into the soup at the very end, for extra crunch!

Fat Bomb Hamburger Soup #keto #lowcarb #paleoWhich Healthful Pursuit soups have you tried already? What did you think?

Pin It
Balanced Keto Weekly Meal Plans
The Keto Diet by Leanne Vogel

34
Comments | Leave Your Comment

  1. Years ago when I was in the hospital I could not keep any food down. Just the thought of eating made me nauseous. One day an older neighbor lady came to visit and brought a small bowl of clear soup which she with pleaded with me to try. To please her I took a small sip….it stayed down…I took another sip and in a few minutes I was feeling a little better. After a few more sips I realized….no nausea! I asked what it was and she said “hamburger soup”. Has anyone ever heard of CLEAR hamburger soup??

    • So interesting! I haven’t heard of that. It sounds a lot like bone broth, though. Bone broth is so healing!

  2. Leanne,

    Thank you for posting the Hamburger Fat Bomb. It is the best combination of fun vegetables and fat. This goes in the recipe box! More fun food with keto in mind, please.

    Karen

  3. Hi Leanne, love your site and the helpful videos and recipes. I have tried some of the recipes with roasted vegetables but find things like Brussels sprouts and onions gassey and hard to digest unless cooked well. I recently started using digestive enzymes with every meal and wanted to pass that along to your readers with similar problems as I’ve been doing much better now! After doing this for several weeks I no longer have these problems. Plan on doing this from now on!
    I thought that my kale smoothies that I load up with green apple, lemon, cucumber, beets, ginger would be providing me with raw enzymes to help me digest my food,but it wasn’t enough. Any thoughts?

    • So glad to hear you’re doing much better! Brussels sprouts and onions are both high-FODMAP, so perhaps that’s why you have a hard time digesting these kinds of foods. You can learn more about FODMAPS here. Apples are also high-FODMAP, so maybe that’s why your smoothies weren’t working well as digestive support.

  4. Hi Leanne,
    I would love to have soup and ragu recipes made with slow cooker. I just discovered the magic of slow cooking and it is so practical it has become my best friend in the kitchen!
    Thank you

  5. I’m trying to go high protein low carb. How do I make my own births? Also, what seasonings are good for soup?

  6. I saw your post over on Twitter and had to stop by for your hamburger soup recipe. I know it’s gonna be a family favorite.

  7. The hamburger soup was AMAZING!!! I did add cabbage and zucchini to mine, roasting the veggies gave them a crunch which was great once added to the soup mixture. Thanks for sharing!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Rate this recipe: