You won’t go too far wrong with keto creamy turkey soup. A turkey soup is just one of those staple dishes that people love, adore and keep going back to time and time again during the festive holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas time.
My keto holiday turkey soup recipe is one such variety of this popular light soup. The reasons are simple, festive turkey soup is just plain easy to make, delicious in all of it’s varieties and most people like it all over the world during the winter holidays.
Of course turkey soup can come in lots of tasty variants. Sometimes we see it referred to as turkey broth also. A turkey soup can be quite thin and light, much like a consume; depending upon the recipe. Or a thick and creamy like a turkey broth. Lots of people will have plenty of turkey left over after Thanksgiving and Christmas day. You can give it to the patient cat who will never ever refuse. Or you can make delicious creamy keto turkey soup to warm you by the fire. I know what I would rather do! If you are bored of turkey then chicken works well also.
My easy to prepare keto creamy turkey soup recipe strikes just the right balance between filling you up over the winter holidays without weighing you down and I think it is delicious. You can add all kinds of garnish and flavorings to your turkey soup to provide a unique taste as well.
My keto creamy turkey soup is the kind of soup recipe that is ripe for experimentation. Of course you will have to try out by following my keto turkey chicken soup recipe and see for yourself.
Sara Louise's Creamy Keto Turkey Soup
- 6 Cups turkey chopped and properly cooked
- 2 Onions neatly chopped
- 2 Cups celery neatly chopped
- 4 Cups cauliflower finely chopped
- 2 Cups mushrooms fresh chopped
- 2 Tsp fresh basil finely chopped
- 1 Tsp Rosemary
- 2 cloves Garlic ground and mashed
- 4 Tsp coconut oil or butter
- 6 Cups chicken broth
- 2 Cups almond milk unsweetened
- 1 1/2 Tsp kosher salt
- 1 Tsp ground black pepper
- Using a pot or bowl that is large enough for a large soup, saute all vegetables in the basil, garlic, rosemary in oil or butter until the mixture appears lightly golden.
- Add the chopped turkey meat and the chicken broth.
- Simmer on your stove for 20 minutes.
- Reduce heat to low and add the unsweetened almond milk, kosher salt and pepper.
- Simmer the turkey soup for another 30 minutes.
- Remove from the stove and serve the delicious turkey soup garnished with finely chopped basil, dill or parsley. Add some low carb bread if you wish.