Keto Recipes - Created Date : 11.10.2019

Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup with Sausage

Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup with Sausage



Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup with Sausage

Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup with Sausage is a keto, low carb, gluten free, scrumptious easy meal any day of the week!

Best Cabbage Soup Recipe

It’s still very much winter where I live. Here in Rhode Island we have gotten a record about of snow over the last 2 months and it’s not quitting.

I don’t mind pretty snow, but this is getting tough. The amount we have to shovel just to get out of the driveway makes me shudder every time to think about it. So when snow is on the horizon I try to plan slow cooker meals so I can have it ready for this crazy cold days. This cabbage soup recipe is not only easy but one of the tastiest cabbage soups you’ll ever have! Lots of flavor, a little spice and heart and satisfying.

My hubby does have a snow blower, but goes and helps all the elderly neighbors which is around 5 houses we we live. This takes him over 3-4 hours some days. When he comes in from outside this man is hungry. This hearty Cabbage Soup is ready to go for him!

The kids and I help him by removing the snow off everyone’s cars and shoveling their walk ways and steps.

Sure it’s a fabulous work out but I’m totally ready for Spring!

Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup

All of you who live in warm weather and don’t have to deal with snow like this are feeling pretty grateful right about now aren’t you?

But whether you live in a warm or cold climate, the crock pot is not a seasonal item. You can use it all year long.In fact it’s even wonderful in the summer if you don’t want to heat your kitchen up using the oven. I use my slow cooker every change I get.

For anyone who just leads a busy life, this cabbage soup will be a welcome reward to come home to!

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Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup with Sausage

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I love soups!! I love it even more that it’s made in the crock pot. How sweet of you and your family to help out your neighbors with the snow. We try to do that whenever we can, although we don’t have a snow blower. We do it the old-fashioned way! ?? This winter is really taking it’s toll this year…I feel your pain.

That’s so sweet of your hubs to help the neighbors with shoveling snow!!

I can see how you’d want to make hearty soups like this if you’re snowed in half the time. Seriously delicious!! Cabbage soup is definitely one of my favorites ??

This is an incredible soup. I have a version for the pressure cooker and glad to have one for the slow cooker. Even though I don’t eat the andouille sausage, the flavor and kick it gives is so darn good.

I just made this. It sure is delicious. I’m going to add another bag of shredded cabbage next time since I left out the potatoes. That vinegar gives it a nice subtle tang! Thank you for this wonderful recipe.

I have been looking forward to making this for a while …I finally did & loved it! I did made a few tweaks: I used two different types of chicken sausage (for a lower fat/grease content) instead of andouille; plus I added chopped onion, celery, and red pepper flakes (for some heat). It turned out delicious and light! Thanks for the great recipe!

This soup was GREAT.

I have to now eat a low-carb diet due to pre-diabetes and when I searched for this recipe I was a little hesitant. But with a little reasearch, cabbage is really great and the Keto diet allows sausage. The prep was not long and the few ingredients ( although, some seasonings are not common in my household, I paid $2 for fennel seeds and $2 for caraway seeds) were tasty. The only thing I would recommend is less fennel seeds because there is a heavy licorice taste. I would also recommend cooking longer than 4 hours on high–possibly 6 hours.

This sounds great! So sick & tired of coming across cabbage soup recipes with tomatoes in them.

“Jill” came up with a great idea for the seeds, which we have to avoid. Thanks, Jill!!

We also are having a lot of snow here as well, & when there’s a break, will try & see if I can find some sort of chicken sausage for this.

Thank You, for posting this, Brenda.

Looks so good! I am saving this recipe for the fall. However 2 of the comments mentioned potatoes in the recipe, but I don’t see that listed in the ingredients. Also, is it really only 4net carbs per svg even with the carrots? I’m on Keto, so wondering if there was a low carb alternative to that. Or maybe the small amount really doesn’t effect ketones so much?

This is a keto recipe. There are 2 cups per serving for 4 grams of carbs. There never was potatoes listed in my recipe. The small amount of carrots divided by the many servings will not be a problem for staying in ketosis.

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