A tasty keto cauliflower leek soup to detox and nourish your body after too much eating. An-after holidays must-have recipe to cleanse our body and reset our diet with fewer carbs and starchy food.
I hope you all had lovely holidays! My Christmas was fabulous. I could watch my girl for hours opening her presents. Such a great time. I know that all you want to read is what makes this soup so great to detox your body. I am sorry if I first need to share with you my feelings today. Tomorrow is a big day for me. I will finally meet him — my baby boy. After 38 weeks, I have been scheduled for a C-section to bring Luka to the world.
I am very excited and so scared too. Some people think that a C-section is ‘easy’ compared to natural birth. I don’t think there is an easy way to give birth. Birth is always a scary process as we never know what can happen, what we expect! Anyway, that is my last live post on the blog. I will keep feeding the blog during the next 4 months with recipes I wrote in advance for you. Today, I am sharing another yummy soup that I planned to freeze and eat as a light dinner after the baby is born.
I love this simple leek cauliflower soup. Especially because it’s light and doesn’t use any starchy vegetables. My secret for a tasty soup with low carb vegetables is to roast them first with shallots, garlic, olive oil, and spices. It’s a straightforward step that adds lots of flavor to any low carb soup. I love to use vegetable stock as a base for this soup, but chicken stock is a great option, too. Leek and cauliflower are both very low-carb vegetables.
They contain very few calories as well, and they are both amazing sources of fibers, vitamins A and C. Check out my keto vegetable list for a review of all common vegetables! The texture is not very thick or creamy. It’s a light soup with lots of spices flavor, perfect for a light family dinner. I drizzle virgin olive oil on top of my bowl. Emma loves to add grated mozzarella. I guess all kids love melted string cheese in their soup, and it’s a good source of calcium for them.
So if you indulged too much in ham and potatoes this Christmas, give a try to this leek cauliflower soup. You won’t regret it!
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