These keto winter recipes are very low-carb, high-fat comfort foods. They also provide you with healthy minerals and electrolytes, which are all important to keep energy high and the winter blues at bay.
The great thing about our list of keto winter recipes is that they’re all very easy and affordable to make in big batches.
We thought we’d start with an all-time wintertime favorite. this winter chicken soup is very low-carb, and the ingredients are very affordable.
Filling up a large slow cooker with the ingredients will see you with a week’s worth of this classic low-carb winter comfort food.
Staying on the chicken theme, we’d like to share this delicious winter warmer. This soup is a thick and hearty comfort food that you can easily cook on the stove in a saucepan.
We use a stick blender to blend the cauliflower into a smooth consistency. This a very easy Keto winter recipe to make with a minute’s notice.
Full of healthy and nutritious ingredients, this creamy keto winter recipe will provide you with a good dose of healthy potassium, fats, and fiber all in one dish.
Again this is a hearty winter meal that you can cook at a minute’s notice with a smooth and creamy consistency. I often eat this at my desk as a warm energy boost to get me through the day.
This is one of my all-time favorite Keto winter recipes. A creamy and filling mushroom soup that has a rich and thick flavor.
Again its a very easy low-carb winter recipe to cook at minutes notice on the stove with the help of an immersion blender to puree.
Don’t just wait for winter to eat this delicious comfort food, its perfect all year round for a filling and nutritious meal.
For the way, it presents like a classy starting dish that you might find in a high-end restaurant it is very affordable to make.
Nothing like a bit of spice to warm up a winter keto recipe. This taco soup recipe makes the perfect winter soup for Mexican food lovers.
Topped with a little avocado, some cheese, and sour cream and you have one delicious low carb comfort food.
Keto Winter Slow Cooker Recipes
The following Keto winter recipes can be made in a slow cooker or instant pot (pressure cooker). Simply adjust the times to suit. We love to use the slow cooker to make large batches of these low-carb winter recipes.
Slow cookers offer a great way to make cheap cuts of meat tender and tasty. Every Keto kitchen should have a slow cooker for their winter menu.
Who doesn’t love lamb shanks that have been simmering away all day in the slow-cooker. The aroma of this delicious dish filling the home in winter makes you want to curl up on the couch with a bowl and flick on a movie.
You’ll know when they’re done right as the lamb will just fall off the bone.
We make this dish on the stovetop, gently simmered, so that we can use cheaper cuts of beef and they come out juicy and tender.
We make this winter dish in batches and portion into containers then warm them for lunch or dinner in minutes.
A classic winter recipe with our keto mustard sauce. Corned beef is an excellent way to enjoy a cheap cut of beef, full of flavor.
Carve up the beef and warm it up at your leisure for a delicious hot keto winter meal.
Another delicious meal that makes use of the cheaper cut (the shoulder) by tenderizing it in a pressure cooker or slow cooker.
Lamb stew is a delicious and hearty winter keto recipe that again you can make in bulk making it an affordable low-carb comfort food.
It’s no secret that we and many others are big fans of bone broth. Bone broth contains a myriad of health benefits as well as having the ability to stave off fatigue and boost energy.
Making large batches for the winter should be on every keto dieter’s to-do list. You can make lamb, beef and chicken bone broths, and bones are very cheap.
If making beef ask for the marrow bone and get your butcher to cut them up for you.
Everyone loves pulled pork and its quite easy to pop in the pressure cooker (or slow cooker) with some tasty ingredients for a tasty keto winter dish.
Using the cheaper shoulder cut and the pressure cooker results in an easy off the bone pile of taste pork that you can keep on hand or serve up for a winter family feast.
Keto Winter Soup Recipes List
- Keto Cream of Chicken
- Chicken and Cauliflower Winter Keto Soup
- Low-Carb Creamy Broccoli & Leek Soup
- Creamy Mushroom Winter Warmer
- Low Carb Cauliflower Soup
- Keto Winter Taco Soup Recipe
- Mouthwatering Keto Lamb Shank Comfort Food
- Keto Stroganoff in the Slow Cooker
- Homemade Corned Beef with Keto Mustard Sauce
- Keto Lamb Winter Stew Recipe
- Bone Broth – The Ultimate Keto Winter Recipe
- Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Carnitas
Keto soups are the perfect way to get all those healthy nutrients during winter when a lot of fresh seasonal produce is not available.
You can make a variety of winter Keto soups using a slow cooker, pressure cooker or the stovetop. The only thing that varies between each method is the time it takes and the tenderness of meats.
Best Keto Winter Recipes
- 1/2 cup tallow
- 2 cloves garlic crushed
- 1 Onion large dice
- 1/4 cup Rosemary leaves
- 3 sticks celery 0.5in dice
- 1 teaspoon Salt
- 1 teaspoon Pepper
- 1/2 cup Red Wine Vinegar
- 1 cup Tomato Puree
- 4 cups Beef Stock
- 4 pounds lamb shoulder bone in
- Place the tallow, garlic, onion, rosemary and celery in the base of your pressure cooker. Saute over medium heat for 5 minutes.
- Add the salt, pepper, red wine vinegar and tomato puree. Continue cooking for another 5 minutes.
- Add the beef stock and stir well.
- Gently place the lamb shoulder into the pot, ensuring that it is just covered by the liquid. Add extra beef stock or water until the lamb is covered.
- Bring to a boil and secure the lid onto the pressure cooker. Turn the dial to the highest pressure setting and allow to pressurize.
- Once your cooker starts to release steam, drop the heat to low and leave to cook for 2 hours or 30 minutes per pound.
- After 2 hours, turn off the heat and leave to release pressure for 20 minutes.
- After 20 minutes, turn to dial to release any remaining steam. If there is a big release of steam, leave the pressure cooker for another 5 minutes before attempting to open.
- Remove the lid of the pressure cooker and gently remove the piece of lamb shoulder. We recommend using a spider tool or 2 sets of tongs.
- Turn the pressure cooker back onto medium heat and allow to liquid to simmer and reduce by ¼.
- While the liquid is reducing, use tongs to pull the lamb meat off the bone and roughly chop into bite sized chunks.
- Add the chopped lamb meat back into the pressure cooker, along with the mushrooms and simmer for 10 minutes.
- Serve topped with 2 tablespoons of Sour Cream and 1 tablespoon of grated Parmesan Cheese and enjoy!