Creamy, Cheesy, Broccoli Soup

Keto friendly, gluten free, and low carb.

This soup is one of my all time favorites. This time of year is perfect soup weather too.

This soup is quick and easy and only a few delicious ingredients.

Start with a creamy base. The cream and butter give it the perfect thickness. There is no need to add flour or a thickener in this soup.

Let the cream and butter simmer together. Then add the bone broth, this is the most savory and delicious part. The bone broth gives it great flavor and a smooth texture.

I love this brand of bone broth. You can find it in the frozen section at Walmart.

Besides flavor bone broth has so many fantastic benefits. (Check out some tips here)

Chop the broccoli up small, bite sized pieces. This helps it cook quicker.

Pre-shredded cheese is not strictly keto, but it melts better, and also helps thicken the soup too.

This Cajun seasoning is my favorite. It is a must in this soup. It gives it great flavor and a tiny kick.

Add the cheese on medium heat and stir constantly, so it doesn’t burn to the bottom, and so it stays a nice smooth consistency.

Add the broccoli, and let it simmer on low for 20 minutes. The broccoli will be cooked and all the spices will blend perfectly.

It’s time to serve up this delicious meal. Enjoy!

Creamy, Cheesy, Broccoli Soup

Keto, and low carb friendly.

Ingredients:

• 1 stick of butter

• 2 cups heavy cream

• 2 cups chicken bone broth

• 2.5 cups chopped broccoli

• 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese

• 1 tbsp minced garlic

• 2 tsp. Cajun seasoning ( or more if you want it spicier)

• 1 tbsp onion powder

• salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

In a large stockpot, on medium heat, melt the butter, and add the garlic. Slowly stir in the cream, and bring it to a light boil. This will help thicken the soup. Add in the bone broth, and other spices, and stir til combined. Add in the cheese, stirring constantly so it melts and does not stick to the bottom. Reduce the heat to a simmer and add the broccoli. Cook covered for about 20 minutes on low. The broccoli will be tender and he soup will be ready to eat. Dish up and top with cheese, sour cream and maybe even some crumbled bacon. Delish!

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