Chicken Florentine Soup Recipe [Keto & Low-Carb]


Soup season is here and I am kicking it off with this keto chicken florentine soup! With the hearty chunks of chicken, warm spinach, and a creamy and flavorful broth, I could not have picked a better soup to start with.

I like to use chicken breast for this particular recipe, but if you are running short on time and want to make it even faster, head to the store and pick up a rotisserie chicken to put into the soup.

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3 cup shredded cooked chicken
1/4 cup butter
1 teaspoon fresh garlic, minced
4 ounce baby spinach
8 ounce cream cheese
3/4 cup asiago cheese, shredded
4 cup chicken broth
1 whole chicken bouillon cube
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
Salt and pepper to taste

Nutrition Summary: This makes a total of 6 servings of Keto Chicken Florentine Soup. Each serving comes out to be 401 calories, 32.4g fat, 3.2g net carbs, and 23.2g protein.


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  1. I love this recipe! It’s quick and delicious and I use leftover roast chicken or rotisserie chicken from the grocery. If you don’t like spinach or, like me, can’t eat spinach or kale or other greens, you can sub in zucchini or even green beans.

    When using zucchini, I’ve used zoodles, thin slices and diced. My favorite is diced, but all work and are good. Because zucchini is very watery, about a half hour before you start making the soup, line a colander with paper towels, put in the zucchini, add paper towels on top then add a heavy bowl or dish to compress the zucchini to help remove the water. I have used a stoneware bowl or even a small cast iron skillet for this. You could also lightly salt the zucchini and add no salt to the recipe until you taste at the end, but I always think it tastes too salty – and I LIKE salt!

    If using green beans, I have found that I prefer French cut (either canned or frozen), well drained. Of course you can use fresh – just cook, drain and French slice them. If you feel they’re too long, cut them in half before adding to the soup.

    Hope that helps somebody.