This keto cauliflower soup with cream cheese is a creamy light dinner with only 5.9g of net carbs per serve. Plus, the recipe has a dairy-free keto vegan option, so keep reading!
A low-carb cauliflower soup is made of roasted cauliflower and doesn’t contains any starchy vegetables like potatoes or sweet potatoes. The ingredients you need to make a flavorsome keto cauliflower soup are:
The secret to make a creamy cauliflower soup without adding starchy vegetables like potatoes is the cream cheese. I love to use a French soft cream cheese called Kiri. However, you can use any cream cheese brand you love. Also make sure your cream cheese is soft, at room temperature or it won’t combined as well in the soup.
Cream cheese is a dairy product therefore this recipe is not vegan. If you are on keto and dairy-free diet, I recommend using 2/3 cup of canned full-fat coconut cream instead of the cream cheese. This will bring a very similar creamy texture to your soup. Plus, if you are after a creamier soup sprinkle 1/4 teaspoon of xanthan gum onto the soup!
The best way to serve this creamy cauliflower soup is to add a drizzle of heavy cream and handful of grated cheddar. Other delicious toppings or sides are:
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