10 Best Low Carb Soup Recipes for Fall

Since we’ve spent the last couple of weeks in CT enjoying the cooler weather, I’ve really gotten excited about making soups again.  I haven’t been home to experiment with new recipes yet, but I thought I’d share some of my past favorites from IBIH in this post, as well as some recipes I’ve recently found on Pinterest that I’m dying to try!

1)  Brazilian Shrimp Moqueca

This is one of my favorite soup recipes on the blog.  Creamy, spicy, and loaded with shrimp, a big bowl of this really hits the spot on those chilly fall days!


2)  Roasted Broccoli and Cheddar Soup

This genius soup from Closet Cooking contains not only broccoli and cheddar cheese, but also bacon and mustard!  That’s a flavor combo that I can’t wait to try!!!  (shown served with bread, but obviously you would omit it for this to be low carb and gluten free!)

Roasted Broccoli and Cheddar Soup 500 9950

3) Low Carb Avgolemeno

This classic Greek chicken soup is flavored with lemon and thickened with eggs.  Both refreshing and comforting, this is a fun new way to enjoy a steaming bowl of chicken soup!


4) Roasted Cauliflower Soup

A deceptively simple recipe from Sweet Paul Magazine, this soup is not only beautiful, but I’m guessing the flavors are out of this world.  Definitely falls into my “must try soon” category!


5) Spicy Tomato and Blue Cheese Soup

Tomato soup recipes abound, but what really intrigued me about this one was the blue cheese!  I haven’t tried it yet, but since I love blue cheese, I can’t imagine that this creative soup recipe from Michael Symon wouldn’t be delicious!!!


6) Spinach and Artichoke Dip Soup

The photos aren’t the prettiest, but this is still one of my favorite soup recipes.  Imagine the popular dip, pureed and thinned out to a soup consistency – it tastes amazing and is super easy to make!


7)  Fire Pot Soup

This spicy and decadent looking soup from Eat Live Run can be made low carb with just a few simple adjustments.  Omit the rice and replace the brown sugar with sugar substitute and you are good to go.  I’m not a fan of tofu so I’d probably replace that with scallops, chicken, or extra shrimp – but that’s just me!


8) Jalapeno Popper Soup

Loaded with roasted jalapenos and crispy bacon, this is comfort food in the extreme!  Rich and creamy, with just a hint of spice from the peppers, this soup is downright addicting!


9) Pumpkin Chipotle Soup

Hearty and spicy, this satisfying soup recipe will warm you up from the inside out!


10) Mexican Chicken Lime Chipotle Soup

I’m a huge fan of Mexican food, and this spicy soup from Rachel Ray looks like it would be right up my alley!  And it’s crock pot friendly!


These soups will be gracing our table over and over again in the next few months I’m sure!  I hope you enjoy them too.  If you have a favorite soup recipe, please feel free to share by leaving a link to it in the comments!


Update: I posted another roundup of 10 MORE Best Low Carb Soups recently – a lot of new favorites on this list!

a curated list of low carb soup recipes from mellissa sevign of I Breathe Im Hungry
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  1. Nancy says

    Thank you so much for posting these! I went to dinner last night to a Chinese restaurant. Had soup for my dinner and all the ingredients we LC friendly. Oh, and just hit the spot, cool weather and filled my tummy. Thank you, just don’t know where to begin in this wonderful list and so easy!

  2. Ann C says

    Thank you for this post! It is now “favorited” and I plan on trying every single one! What would we do without you?

  3. Amber says

    Oh my what a wonderful list … where does one even start? Thank you thank you … definitely putting at least one on my next menu plan!

  4. Liz Re says

    I have been looking for some ideas for low carb soups for this winter season. The Hot Pot Thai soup is one that recreates a dish I had once at a restaurant. Thanks for posting.

  5. Cindi says

    Thank you for post these! I was just thinking today how I’d love so soup since I’m not feeling all that well! Love your posts and recipes!

  6. Julie says

    As I have been feeling poorly I decided that soup was just what I needed. Made the roasted cauliflower but added bacon, cheese and mustard, similar to the broccoli soup. It was heaven. Just what the doctor ordered.

  7. Casey says

    I am doing research to being a LCHF lifestyle change for my entire family after the first of the year. I found your soup recipes and they stopped me in my tracks! I can’t wait to see what else you have in store, but that will have to wait until I get home. (I am at work right now!)

  8. Lll says

    article states “I haven’t been home to experiment with new recipes yet” — I’d rather see the article after you have tried them. Are they really low-carb? and what substitutes actually worked, as opposed to theories proposed. I’ve found plenty of cookbooks that have “great recipes”, but I’m interested in tried-and-true recipes.

  9. Susan Clark says

    I am so glad I found your website today! I love soup and most recipes have potatoes, pasta, or rice in them. I wanted to share with you my Asparagus Soup recipe. The ingredients are so simple, yet the flavor is amazing. It is so rich and decadent. Unfortunately, I do not remember where I got the recipe in order to give them the credit.


    ½ cup (1 stick) butter
    4 medium onions, chopped
    6-1/2 cups (about) canned low salt chicken broth
    3# fresh asparagus, trimmed, tips reserved, stalks coarsely chopped
    Sour cream

    Melt butter in heavy large pot over medium-high heat. Add onions; sauté until tender about 10 minutes. Add 6 cups broth and the chopped fresh asparagus. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cook until tender about 10 minutes. Cool slightly. Working in batches, puree soup in blender (I use a Cuisinart Smart Stick Immersion Hand Blender). Return to pot, thin with more broth if desired. Season with salt and pepper. Add reserved asparagus tips and simmer until tips are tender. Serve with sour cream.


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