If you’re craving carbs on your keto diet, look no farther than this keto soup recipe, made with actual pickles! The saltiness of the pickle brine makes for the craving buster!
I never cared until I became an adult and realized energy is required to make soup than just about any keto recipe out there. I may have a batch of keto soup made in under 20 minutes, start to finish.
Talk about a fast keto meal!
And, packed with ingredients that encourage fat burning.
Soup Helps You Burn Fat
You read that right! Using a high-quality bone broth in your keto soup recipes raises the glycine content, an amino acid which helps the body breakdown fat.
The important thing here is to use high quality bone broth that is rich in glycine.
Combined with the oil of your choice like coconut oil, avocado oil, or ghee, and you are boosting your fat burning with every sip you take.
As you work to become fat accommodated , you might realize that you crave carbohydrates once and awhile. This is a natural answer, but understanding that fact doesn’t totally help you in the moment! What can help, is currently eating pickles! The saltiness can help overcome than simply ignoring it a carbohydrate cravings simpler and sooth your longing for carbs.
That’s why I really like this soup so much! And, because pickles are so inexpensive, using pickles on your dairy-free keto recipes is a great way to keep on budget when planning out your keto diet foods.
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- Pour the avocado oil into a large saucepan and heat over moderate heat for 1 minute. Add the celery, onion, and garlic. Sauté until the onions are translucent.
- Add the broth or stock of your choice together with the roughly chopped cauliflower florets, bay leaf if usingsea salt, sea salt, and cayenne pepper if using. Cover, bring to a boil, then simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the cauliflower is soft.
- Using a ladle, remove 1 cup (240 ml) of hot broth from the soup, and place in a small bowl. Add the yolks to the broth and whisk until incorporated. Then, slowly pour back into the saucepan whilst doing so, stirring the soup.
- Add the finely diced dill pickles and pickle brine to the soup, cover and bring to a simmer before dividing the soup between four serving bowls, topping with fresh dill, and appreciating.
What little tricks do you have for overcoming carbohydrate cravings on your keto diet? Snap pics of your favorite carb-busting strategies on Instagram and tag me @healthfulpursuit. I love seeing!