Low-calorie soup, or brominated carrot soup, is an incredibly nutritious way to use up a little bit of leftovers, particularly when you’re craving a light meal in the evening.
If you’re looking to get some protein in your life, this bromined vegetable soup is a great way to do it.
While the protein in the soup will be more than what’s in the normal soup, it will still provide you with protein.
And if you’re not a fan of the fatty acids in the vegetable, you can also substitute some raw or low-calorific eggs or nuts for the protein.
I prefer using bromine, but you can use any vegetable that is non-dairy.
This brominal carrot soup is vegan, gluten-free, and low-carb.
You can also make this recipe vegan by substituting white or brown rice.
Recipe Video Recipe Notes Make sure you make the vegetable broth before adding the soup ingredients, otherwise the soup won’t be cooked through and the flavor will be less appealing.
The soup is also low-glycemic and can help you keep your blood sugar down.
You’ll need to use a blender to make this broma-free version.
For a healthier version, you could use this low-fat version.
It’s a lot like the vegan version, but it won’t contain any fat.
Recipe adapted from The Kitchen of Life.
For more healthy recipes, check out these easy low-sugar recipes: Low-Carb Low-Fat Greek Yogurt Cheesecake Low-Sugar Coconut Milk Ice Cream Low-fat Strawberry Shortcake Recipe adapted with permission from The Modern Slice.
Recipe Notes You can use this recipe as a starter, but I recommend making this soup at the end of a meal to avoid getting sick from eating too much soup at once.
If this is a busy night, I recommend adding some fruit to the soup and serving it with a side salad to offset the carbs.
Nutrition Facts Creamy Vegetable Soup with Vegan Protein and Gluten-Free Cheese Amount Per Serving Calories 774 Calories from Fat 342 % Daily Value* Total Fat 35g 46% Saturated Fat 5g 20% Cholesterol 122mg 31% Sodium 1519mg 49% Potassium 1163mg 33% Total Carbohydrates 28g 9% Dietary Fiber 3g 12% Sugars 11g Protein 31g 58% Vitamin A 38.3% Vitamin C 7.7% Calcium 16.7 % Iron 8.9% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.