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When you’re craving stuffed peppers but don’t want all the work of making them, this easy stuffed pepper soup recipe is your answer! It’s hearty, full of vegetables, and a cozy meal for cool nights. It’s best stuffed bell pepper soup I’ve ever made. And because this keto stuffed bell pepper soup is made with cauliflower rice instead of traditional white rice, it’s also naturally healthy, low carb, paleo, and whole30 approved, without any special ingredients.
If you love stuffed peppers and have a little more time, try my more classic versions: taco stuffed peppers, lasagna stuffed peppers, chicken fajita stuffed peppers, or Mexican stuffed poblano peppers.
How To Make Stuffed Pepper Soup
- Saute aromatics. Heat oil in dutch oven until shimmering. Add minced garlic and saute until fragrant.
- Brown beef. Add ground beef to dutch oven, breaking up with a spatula, and cook until browned.
- Add vegetables. Add bell peppers, diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, bone broth, water, and Italian seasoning.
TIP: Adjust salt if needed. If you use regular broth instead of bone broth, you’ll need to add additional salt to taste.
- Simmer. Bring stuffed bell pepper soup to a boil, reduce heat and simmer until peppers are tender.
- Add cauliflower rice. Cook for just a few more minutes, until it’s tender. Adjust salt and pepper to your liking, and enjoy!
Stuffed Pepper Soup Recipe FAQs
How many calories in stuffed pepper soup?
The calories in stuffed pepper soup will vary from recipe to recipe. This recipe has 441 calories per generous 2 cup serving (enough for a meal).
How many carbs in stuffed pepper soup?
Most stuffed pepper soup recipes are made with rice, which will give them about 20 grams carbohydrates or so, depending on the recipe.
This stuffed pepper soup recipe is made with cauliflower rice, which drastically lowers the net carbs to 7.7 grams in a large bowl (2 cups). That’s enough for a meal, or if you prefer, feel free to halve the serving size and serve it with something on the side instead.
Is stuffed pepper soup healthy?
Absolutely! Much like my vegetable soup recipe, this one is packed with veggies. And with the beef added, it’s a complete meal, too.
Can you use regular rice?
Yes, you can, it would just be less healthy and not low carb. If you use regular rice, you’d need to add the rice at the same time as the broth, before simmering, because it takes much longer to cook than cauliflower rice.
What to serve with stuffed pepper soup?
If you go with the listed serving size of 2 cups, your simple stuffed pepper soup may not even need a side. If you’d like to have one, serve it with a simple green salad with Caesar salad dressing, or maybe a batch of my healthy garlic cheese bread.
Stuffed Bell Pepper Soup Storage Instructions
Can you make it ahead?
Yes, this soup stores very well, so it’s great to make ahead or add it to your meal prep rotation.
How to store keto stuffed pepper soup:
Store this soup in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.
Can I freeze stuffed pepper soup?
Yes, you can also freeze pepper soup for 2-3 months.
TIP: Freeze soup flat in a freezer bag first. Once it’s frozen solid, store it upright to save space.
Reheat the soup in the microwave or in a saucepan, until hot.
More Healthy Soup Recipes
If you like this easy stuffed bell pepper soup recipe, you might also like some of these other healthy soup recipes:
- Sausage Kale Soup – Naturally low carb, this creamy soup has flavorful bites of sausage and plenty of healthy kale.
- Healthy Broccoli Cheese Soup – Just 5 ingredients and 20 minutes to make this cheesy soup that’s naturally low carb and gluten-free.
- Hamburger Soup – Beefy, easy, and loaded with veggies.
- Roasted Cauliflower Soup – This creamy soup has a surprise ingredient, find out what it is!
- Chicken Florentine Soup – Healthy, delicious, and ready in 20 minutes.
- Beef Cabbage Soup – Make this hearty soup in the crock pot or pressure cooker, it’s a delicious dinner.
Tools To Make Keto Stuffed Pepper Soup
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- Dutch Oven – This beauty cooks foods evenly and looks gorgeous doing it! It’s perfect, whether you’re making keto jambalaya or smothered pork chops.
- Souper Cubes – Freeze any leftover stuffed bell pepper soup in these convenient 1-cup cubes, for convenient storage and perfect portions.
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Heat olive oil in a dutch oven over medium-high heat, until shimmering. Add the minced garlic and saute for about a minute, until fragrant.
Add the ground beef. Cook, breaking up with a spatula, for 8-10 minutes, until browned.
Add the bell peppers, diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, bone broth, water, and Italian seasoning. Bring to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer for about 10-15 minutes, until the peppers are tender.
Add the cauliflower rice. Cook for 3-4 minutes, until cauliflower rice is tender.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
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Serving size: 2 cups
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