Trying to eat low carb, but really craving a creamy Lobster Bisque? Try my Low Carb Lobster Bisque for a delicious replacement, that’s on par with your diet plan!
I got creative with this recipe, so I could maintain the rich creaminess we all expect from a Lobster Bisque without going over the top on calories and carbs. It uses an ingredient that you may not expect, but does NOT compromise on flavors and textures you expect!
Low Carb Lobster Bisque
I just made the best Low Carb Lobster Bisque. I wanted to keep the calories low on this one, so I used cauliflower to add the creaminess that you’d traditionally get with cream. What I loved about this was that I was able to use a variety of vegetables to add flavor to this Bisque, so not only did it have a lot of flavor, it was also low-calorie and filling. And did I mention tasty? Rich, creamy, flavorful and maybe I won’t have to do another protein shake tonight. I’ve had worse in pricey restaurants.
Another thing that’s great about this, is that because it’s a soup, it’s more filling than a traditional meal. Soups are my go-to when I’m trying to be strict about low-carb, or when I’m trying to get back on track. They’re my go-to because they fill you up more, and take longer to eat so your mind is tricked into thinking you got more food than you actually did. Sometimes I need to trick my mind to be successful, and that’s okay!
WANT TO TRY SOME MORE AWESOME LOW-CARB SOUPS? CHECK OUT THIS LIST OF MY 15 FAVORITES!
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- Sauté onions, garlic and ginger until browned (I used ghee, you can use fat of choice or spray w Pam). Pour in chicken broth and dump everything except frozen langoustine
- Season with salt and pepper. Cook until veggies are tender.
- Purée vegetables until smooth.
- Put in langoustines and cook over slow heat until cooked through and serve
- If you need full-liquids, just purée after you add the lobster or langoustines.