Low Carb Soup Recipes For Fall


If you’re on the hunt for low carb soup recipes to indulge in this fall season, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we’ve rounded up the most delectable fall soup recipes that will warm you up without the added carbs.

From hearty and meaty soups to noodle soups, ramen, and Pho, these low carb soup recipes are easy to prepare and require minimal time in the kitchen.

For other low carb recipes try this Easy Low Carb Vegetable Soup Recipe or this Keto Broccoli and Cheese Soup Recipe.

Low Carb Soup Recipes

1. Creamy Keto Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin is a good ingredient for keto-friendly recipes since it’s low in carbs and contains a healthy amount of fiber. Warm and comforting, this creamy keto pumpkin soup from Green and Keto is so delicious and easy to make.

It’s full of delectable pumpkin flavor and requires only a handful of ingredients to prepare. You can eat it by itself or with salad or a sandwich. Either way, you’ll love sipping this creamy pumpkin soup this fall.

2. Keto Chicken Noodle Soup

keto chicken noodle soupPeople would normally steer clear of noodle soups while on the keto diet since the noodles are high in carbs. But this Keto Chicken Noodle Soup recipe from The Diet Chefs contains only 2 grams of net carbs. That’s because Joe used a keto-friendly noodle for this recipe.

While the usual noodle soups use egg noodles, this recipe uses the shirataki fettuccine noodles, which are extremely low in carbs, yet they are filling and have the same texture as the egg noodles.

You’ll love this low-carb chicken noodle soup, especially when it’s cold outside and you’re craving something healthy and delicious.

3. Keto Ramen Recipe

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Like any noodle soup, ramen is not technically keto-friendly. But what’s great about being on the keto diet is you can always find low-carb alternatives.

Like most low-carb soup recipes, this Keto Ramen Recipe from Wholesome Yum uses keto-friendly noodles, such as the shirataki, instead of the usual wheat-based noodles.

As a result, this ramen soup contains only 7.9 net carbs per serving, making it safe for the keto diet. If you like Asian dishes, you’ll absolutely love this keto ramen soup.

4. Keto Cauliflower Soup

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This keto cauliflower soup is the best low-carb alternative to the potato soup that everyone loves. It’s cheesy, creamy, and healthy.

Cauliflower is one of those vegetables to eat on your low-carb diet as it contains only five grams of carbs per serving and three grams of fiber, leaving you with only two grams of net carbs.

In addition, cauliflower is very healthy and versatile and can be made into various recipes, such as this creamy and cheesy keto cauliflower soup from Wendy of Kicking Carbs.

For another healthy keto and vegan cauliflower dish try these Cauliflower Fritters with Tartar Sauce.

5. Low Carb Vietnamese Pho Soup Recipe

low carb Vietnamese pho soup recipe

If you are into Asian foods, you are surely familiar with Pho, a Vietnamese soup dish made of rice noodles, herbs, and meat. Like any soup made of noodles, the traditional Pho is not keto-friendly. But if you find yourself craving this flavorful soup while on keto, here’s a Low Carb Vietnamese Pho Soup Recipe from Sommer Collier of A Spicy Perspective.

Like the other low carb soup recipes in this list, it uses shirataki noodles, although you can always use other low-carb noodle options. This Pho contains many seasonings and spices to make it as flavorful as the real one. The result is a delectable Pho noodle soup with only 2 grams of net carbs per serving.

6. Keto Seafood Chowder

keto seafood chowder

While the traditional seafood chowder contains a fair amount of carbs, this Keto Seafood Chowder from Carolyn of All Day I Dream About Food contains only 5.3 grams of net carbs per serving.

It doesn’t have potatoes, flour, or other carbo-loaded ingredients. Instead of potatoes, the recipe calls for turnips, and instead of using flour to thicken the soup, this seafood chowder has glucomannan powder. It turns out to be delicious and creamy, the perfect comfort food to warm you up in the fall.

7. Keto Turkey Soup

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There are many ways to cook your leftover turkey from Thanksgiving, and this Keto Turkey Soup from Taryn of Joy Filled Eats is one of them. It is made with cauliflower rice, although you can use cauliflower florets if you want the soup to be chunkier.

This hearty and flavorful soup is perfect for lunch or dinner. You can store any leftovers in the freezer. When you’re ready to eat it, defrost in the refrigerator overnight and pour in a stockpot to heat.

8. Keto Chicken Tortilla Soup

Tortilla soup is a traditional Mexican soup made with fried corn tortilla pieces. Since tortilla is not keto-friendly, this Keto Chicken Tortilla Soup from the Wholesome Yum used the keto tortilla chips to create a low-carb version of the dish.

The other ingredients used for this low carb soup recipe are keto-approved, such as avocado and sour cream. Each serving contains 10 grams of net carbs, but you can omit the toppings if you want to lower the carbs.

9. Low Carb Tex Mexican Soup

low carb Tex Mexican soup

Another Mexican soup to prep up if you’re craving Mexican flavors this fall is this Low Carb Tex Mexican Soup from Chef Alli. The recipe requires only four main ingredients – ground beef, cream cheese, tomatoes, and green chilies.

It also contains chicken broth and some seasonings to give it that authentic Mexican flavor. All ingredients are keto-friendly, so you can indulge in this hearty soup even when you’re on the keto diet. In fact, each serving contains only 4 grams of net carbs. Best of all, this Tex-Mex soup is super easy to prepare!

10. Low Carb Slow-Cooker Vegetable Beef Soup

low carb slow cooker vegetable beef soup

If you’re looking for low carb soup recipes with beef as the main ingredient, this Low-Carb Slow-Cooker Vegetable Beef Soup from Dr. Annissa Slusher of Simply So Healthy is a great recipe to consider. It’s easy to prepare, and you have the option to cook it the night before in the crock pot and refrigerate it.

When you’re ready to eat it the following day, put it back on the crock pot and set it on the slow cooker option. This hearty soup is full of flavors and guaranteed to be loved by everyone – kids included! And with only 5 grams of net carbs per serving, it’s definitely safe for your keto diet.


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