It is definitely stew season, the perfect time to perfume the whole house with the savory scents of a simmering stockpot. These recipes are perfect for making in big batches, so you can enjoy rich and warming stews all week long. They’re also all lower carb, which should help your diabetes management go a little bit smoother.
Keto Instant Pot White Chicken Chili
Pictured at the top of this article – look at this stunner from Sugar-Free Mom.com! This chili has maximum taste, and, using an instant pot, requires just 10 minutes of prep time. You can dial up the heat to your liking and there is a dairy-free option as well. You don’t have to slave away at the stove all day to get a really comforting homemade keto dinner on the table quickly.
This protein-packed keto chili from Keto Karma is made in a slow cooker. Just mix your fresh ingredients into the slow cooker in the morning, savor the smell all day, and enjoy a great dinner in the evening. Suzanne Ryan, the chef, recommends to “top with your favorite chili toppings like shredded cheese, green onions, sour cream, and/or sliced jalapenos. Yum!”
Unstuffed Cabbage Roll Soup
“Are you a cabbage roll fan but hate all the work involved to make them? If so, you need to try this easy unstuffed cabbage soup recipe.” Another winner from Low Carb Yum, this soup also uses zero-carb rice, if you’d like to try it.
Low-Carb Creamy Chicken Soup
Sugar-Free Mom says, “I’m such a fan of this soup. It’s creamy and rich and so nourishing. It comes together in only a very short time yet is impressive enough to serve as a dinner party starter. By including generous amounts of shredded poached chicken, this soup is such a satisfying meal and is perfect on a chilly day. Try placing it in a thermos for a hot lunch.“
Ham & Cauliflower “Potato” Stew
Fake some potatoes using delicious low-carb cauliflower, and enjoy this hammy and cheesy stew from Low Carb Yum. Tastes just like you just came into a warm farmhouse after a blustery gray day working outdoors.