Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

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Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

We are having a snow filled winter here in Virginia. This Louisiana girl doesn’t know what all this white stuff is that keeps falling from the sky. Thankfully, I don’t have much reason to leave the house when it snows so I get to stay warm and cook for my family.

I love cooking this Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup on a snow day when it has all morning to simmer. Soup is the perfect winter meal. 

Soup can be a lunch or dinner during the winter months to warm and satisfy you. Bone broths are so full of nutrients that keep you and your family healthy during the sick months. Broths are also one of the 4 foods that all kids should be eating!  This is one that your kids will want to eat two bowls full of. What kid can resist cheese?

Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

Cheeseburger soup is full of all the cheese and meat that you would expect from a cheeseburger with all the vegetables that you love from a vegetable soup. It is the perfect combination. You can adjust the vegetables that your family loves the most. We found some local squash this past week, so it was just the right vegetable to include in this low carb soup.

Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

I like to add a little glucomannan into my soup to thicken it with no added carbs and staying gluten free. I buy mine off of amazon. You can probably also find it in your local health food store (or use xanthan gum or another thickener if you like).

Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup

Angela Parker
This Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup is sure to warm you up this winter and keep you healthy
4 from 1 vote
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 15 minutes
Course Soup
Servings 8 -10


  • coconut oil for browning meat and vegetables
  • 1 pound of ground meat
  • 2 onions chopped
  • about 5 yellow squash cut into small pieces
  • 1 cup of shredded carrots
  • 2 large cans of tomatoes undrained
  • 3 cups of beef broth
  • 1/3 cup of heavy whipping cream
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese more for topping
  • 2 tsp of salt
  • 1 tsp of pepper
  • 1 tsp of red pepper flakes
  • 2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning
  • 1 tsp of garlic powder
  • 1 tsp of cumin powder
  • 1/2 tsp of glucomannan optional


  • Heat your coconut oil in your heavy soup pot.
  • Brown your meat.
  • Add your chopped onions and cook until translucent.
  • Next, add in your carrots and squash, tomatoes, broth, and seasoning.
  • Let simmer for 1 hour.
  • Add in your heavy whipping cream and cheese and stir to combine and cook an additional hour.
  • Sprinkle the glucomannan on top over soup and mix in well to thicken your soup.
  • I like to let my soup cook for a good 3 hours to get the flavors really combined together.
  • Serve with additional cheese on top.

I hope you enjoy this Low Carb Cheeseburger Vegetable Soup as much as we do.

What are your favorite vegetables to add into a low carb soup?

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Angela the writer of Grassfed Mama
Angela the writer of Grassfed Mama

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  1. Hi Angela,
    Thanks for linking up to Wellness Weekend (and your comment about this soup–you were right, the event is for vegan-only recipes). 🙂 If you have any posts with actual recipes that are vegan and sugar-free, please do link up! They can be any recipes, not just from the past week. 🙂

  2. Hi Angela! I’m stopping in from Let’s Get Real today. I’ve already printed out this recipe to include with my meal plan. If I call it cheeseburger soup maybe I can get my little guy to eat vegetables. He eats healthy foods, but avoids all vegetables. He drives me nuts! However, I’ve gotten tricky and he eats more vegetables than he thinks he does. Can’t wait to try this!

  3. This looks and sounds SO good!! Thanks so much for linking up with us at the MaMade Blog Hop! Don’t forget to stop back next week to link up again and see if you’ve been featured! 🙂 Have a great week!

  4. This looks good. I have never used glucomannan. I will have to look into this. always trying to find good thickeners since what I used to use is no longer an option for GF members of the family.
    This is a featured post for this next Heaing With Food Friday. Thanks for posting.

    • Oh wow! thank you so much Jennifer. I think you can leave it out and it would be okay. I like a little thicker soup, so the glucomannan works well for me. I just started using it (about 3 months ago). It really is nice because it doesn’t have to be heated to thicken. thanks again for stopping by!

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  6. Thanks for linking up with the Let’s Get Real party last week. I hope you’ll join us again this week.

  7. Is this soup ok to make the night ahead and then just reheat when you are ready to eat it or is it best to eat freshly cooked? I am wanting to make it for my book club I am hosting and wondered what would be best. Thanks! Lisa

  8. 4 stars
    Silly question maybe, but how do you keep the heavy cream from separating without making a rue?
    By the way, it is delicious!

    • I didn’t notice any issues with it separating when I was making it, but maybe I got lucky? Let me know if you know a better way to prepare it! I’m always looking for any edge, 🙂

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