You have to try this low carb Italian wedding soup!
This incredibly popular Italian dish is just what the doctor ordered when you’re in the mood for the ultimate comfort food. This veggie and meat infused soup make for a satisfying meal that you can enjoy any time of year. However, it is especially perfect for those colder weather months! No matter when you decide to cook up this flavorful recipe, you are sure to enjoy it right down to the very last spoonful. It’s just too good to pass up!
Traditional Italian wedding soup sometimes includes pasta. However, to keep it low carb, we added cauliflower rice. You’ll still get that satisfying texture you want, but without sacrificing your keto diet. There are plenty of meat, spinach, and flavorful spices to keep your taste buds and stomach completely satisfied. You definitely won’t walk away from the table hungry, that’s for sure.
Most flavorful soups require a very long cook time. Fortunately, that’s not the case with the quicker version! All you need is about 45 minutes in the kitchen, and you’ll be serving up your very own piping hot bowl of goodness! Not only will you have a tasty soup, but your home will be filled with the aroma of Italian seasonings. There’s nothing quite as inviting as that!
Whether you’ve tried Italian wedding soup in the past, or you’re just looking for something new to try–this recipe won’t’ disappoint. The hearty chunks of veggies and meat combined with the incredible spices and herbs will keep you coming back for more! It’s simple enough for a regular weekday menu but tasty enough to serve up to guests.
Try this recipe for yourself and see for yourself why so many people absolutely love it! We dare say this will soon be on your list of keto favorites.
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