This Broccoli Cheese Soup recipe is packed with so much flavor that even your non Keto family members will want a bowl of this! We’d like to share with you one of our favourite keto soups, the broccoli and cheese cream soup. Broccoli And Cheese Cream Soup – You must try this recipe.
It is extremely quick and easy to make, and the recipe can be easily modified to suit anyone’s taste – that is, if you like broccoli and cheese, of course. Broccoli has 4.4 g net carbs per 100 g and is an excellent source of Vitamin K.
You can use a small food chopper or food processor to quickly and easily chop onions. They are such a time saver. I usually just chop the entire vegetable and freeze what I don’t need. It’s so nice to be able to just take the diced onion out of the freezer for recipes.
It’s so quick and easy and helps get dinner on the table fast.
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Broccoli And Cheese Cream SoupCourse: SoupCuisine: Ketogenic
Each bite is so creamy and filling that it’s hard to believe this is Keto friendly. But it is low carb and Keto!
1 broccoli medium bunch
30 g sour cream approx. 2 tbsp.
1 cup chicken stock
2 tbsp grated parmesan cheese
30 g shredded comte cheese (or cheddar gouda or edam)
salt to taste
- Let the broccoli steam for 5 minutes.
- Transfer them to a blender and mix well for about 2 minutes with the parmesan, sour cream, and comte cheese. Blend thoroughly until a smooth, uniform mixture is obtained.
- Pour the mixture in a saucepan and add the chicken stock as well. Stir to mix.
- Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally to mix the cheese evenly and avoid sticking it to the base of the pan.
- Serve in a bowl with some shredded cheese on top.
- Enjoy while hot.
- If you don’t have comte cheese, you can substitute it for another medium hard cheese, such as cheddar, edam or gouda. Alternatively, you can just skip it and add more parmesan.
- If you would like to increase the fat content, this is incredibly easy – you can add butter, ghee or coconut oil to the soup at step 4 (butter being our favourite for this soup).
- If you have leftovers, you can store the pancakes in an airtight container in the fridge for a couple of days. They freeze well too. They make a great snack.
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