I was craving tomato soup today and made it quite different from how I usually make it. It was thick and very flavorful. Cream can be added for extra richness, but that is not included in the nutritional info here. This is Atkins Induction friendly at all phases and Keto friendly as well. Paleo and Primal folks can have this delicious soup, too.
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2 14-oz. can of diced tomatoes, no-salt added
12 oz. cauliflower, cooked and drained well (about ½ large head)
4 oz. onion, chopped
3 T. my pesto sauce
Salt and pepper to taste
DIRECTIONS: Cook cauliflower in your usual manner, drain and pour into a bowl. Cook tomatoes and onion in the same pot until very tender. Add the cauliflower to the tomatoes and onion. Add the 3T. pesto sauce. Either using a stick blender or a food processor (in small batches) pulse/blend until fairly smooth. Add hot water if you find it too thick for your liking. Serve garnished with a fresh basil sprig, a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese, or a little dollop more pesto set gently onto the center of the serving. This would be good served with a salad and a slice of your favorite low-carb garlic bread.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 5 large bowls, each contains:
6.2 g fat
11.8 g carbs, 3.9 g fiber, 7.4 g NET CARBS
3.5 g protein
174 mg sodium