Creamy pumpkin soup is the ultimate keto comfort food!
We dare say that soups are the perfect comfort food no matter the season. However, there’s no denying the goodness that comes from enjoying a piping hot bowl of your favorite medley of flavors during the colder weather season. This time of year calls for all the soups and all the pumpkins–so why not combine the two?
This creamy pumpkin soup recipe is THE soup of the season. Pumpkin in its most natural form has an earthy flavor that is irresistible. Usually, we see recipe after recipe that’s dousing this orange-fleshed veggie in cinnamon and nutmeg, but this dish is different. It allows pumpkin to be pumpkin without all the frills. The result? Soup that is so simple yet so good. You’ll wonder why you’ve waited so long to try it!
The easiness of this recipe is something we should take note of. All you have to do is combine the pumpkin puree, coconut milk and chicken broth in a saucepan and bring it to a boil. Allow those flavors to simmer before adding in the sage and salt and pepper. In as little as 15 minutes you’ll be dishing up your own bowl of this incredible soup that is sure to hit the spot.
If you’ve been searching for a new way to enjoy your favorite fall veggie, then this is the recipe for you. Not only is it keto-friendly, full of flavor, and easy to make, but it allows us to enjoy pumpkin without overpowering it with other spices.
Whether you want a quick lunch or a filling dinner, creamy pumpkin soup fits the bill. Serve up this tasty meal to your family and friends, and you’ll quickly see for yourself just how much of a crowd-pleaser this soup is. Enjoy!
If you’re a fan of pumpkin soup and loved this recipe, you should also try this keto pumpkin soup from My Life Cookbook! It is just as creamy but switches out the bacon for sausage, which gives it a different, yet delicious flavor.
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