21 Spectacular Slow-Carb Soup Recipes

21 Spectacular Slow-Carb Soup Recipes for the 4 Hour BodyOh, the weather outside is frightful! But the fire is so delightful. Especially when you have a nice, hot, steamy bowl of succulent soup.

Most of us are in the middle of winter, and in the U.S. at least it’s been pretty ridiculous. I mean, how often does Texas get covered in snow anyway?!

I find myself craving soup all the time. There’s just something super comforting about a hot bowl of soup when it’s really cold out. But I need some soup recipes.

To that end, I present to you 33 slow-carb soup recipes that are certain to make your winter more bearable!

If you’re thinking right now “I have a great soup recipe”, then please share in the comments!



Curried Cream of Broccoli
Curried Cream of Broccoli

(ignore the apple)


Manhattan Clam Chowder
Manhattan Clam Chowder

(ignore the potato)


Caldo Tlalpeño
Caldo Tlalpeño

(without cornmeal or queso)





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Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing my Rosemary Turkey & Kale recipe!

  2. Great recipes Jason, honestly I don’t know which I want to try fist! Now if I could just find a nice little elf to go out and do the shopping and prep for me Christmas will be perfect!

    Stephen

  3. Sausage of all kinds stalls me – sugar or no. Does anyone have any brands that work for them?

  4. a lot of these aren’t slow carb. For example the thai soup has coconut milk which is not allowed.

    • Coconut milk is OK. It’s a fat, not a carb. Coconut is OK in general. Yes, it’s white, but so is cauliflower. Well, let me clarify – coconut milk when used as a condiment or additive, rather than a beverage or base, is OK. It does have a ton of calories. You also have to pay attention to the one you use, to make sure it doesn’t have sugar as an ingredient.

      -j

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