Low Carb Thai Chicken Soup Recipe
You can have all the delicious flavors of homemade soup at your fingertips while you are camping. This keto thai chicken soup is first prepared in a foil packet and cooked over the grill, campfire or oven. After the spicy chicken and vegetables have cooked, we add them to a ready to make keto soup, by Power Provisions. The soup used in this recipe is their Thai Coconut Milk Bone Broth soup. It is flavored with ginger, garlic, cilantro and green onion.
Make this easy keto lunch or dinner while you are camping or just make it at home for an easy keto soup.
Thai Coconut Milk Bone Broth
The simplest way to prepare a great tasting coconut milk broth for this keto soup recipe is to use ready-to-cook soups by Power Provisions. Their soups are keto and paleo approved and come in a convenient on-the-go cup that you can prepare in only a few minutes.
I was happy to partner with Power Provisions for this sponsored recipe since their soups provide a simple solution to accessible keto comfort food while camping or if you are looking for a quick low carb meal. Power Provisions uses the highest quality ingredients. Their soups are delicious and made with bone broth, collagen and MCT oils. Each soup cup contains around 18-20 grams of protein, so they will help keep you full and satisfied all day after a full day of hiking or enjoying the great outdoors.
If you don’t have access to Power Provisions soups, you can use 1/2 cup of full-fat coconut milk and 1/2 cup chicken bone broth instead.
Keto Foil Packet Cooking
If you are keto camping this summer, the easiest way to make this recipe for Thai chicken soup is to cook all of the chicken and vegetables in a foil pack. In fact, many recipes can be cooked on the campfire in a foil packet! From tacos to stir-fry recipes.
Now that summer is finally here and camping season is underway, I figured I needed to give you a good low carb camping recipe. To make a foil packet while camping, simply pile all the ingredients into a double lined sheet of foil or use heavy duty aluminum foil, wrap them up and place it on top of hot coals in the campfire or on a grill. Don’t place the foil packets on top the flames or else you will burn your food!
Keto Meal Prep & Keto Camping Tips
The nice thing about foil packets is that they are pretty easy to assemble and require little to no pots or pans. Everything is thrown into a sheet of alumninum foil and cooked on the grill or in the oven.
You can even prep the spicy chicken and vegetables ahead of time. This makes keto meal prep easy, especially if you are prepping for a camping trip. You either assemble your foil packet ahead of time and place in a ziploc bag or just put all the ingredients for the spicy thai chicken and vegetables in a plastic bag and store in the refrigerator or cooler until ready to cook.
The Thai coconut bone broth soup is ready to make up as well. Power Provisions soups are ready-to-cook and come in a convenient to-go cup that only takes about a cup of hot water to make up.
Are Carrots Keto Approved?
Yes, carrots are a little higher in carbohydrates than other keto approved vegetables. One large carrot has 5 g net carbs in it. That may seem like a lot of carbs but most keto recipes, don’t have you eating one full carrot per serving. In this thai chicken foil packet recipe, you are using about 1/4 to a 1/2 of a carrot. Therefore, the carrot is only adding around 1.25 to 2.5 grams of carbs for the entire recipe.
In moderation and small quantities, carrots are keto approved.
Other Keto Camping Recipes to Try
If you are going camping and want to stay keto while enjoying the great outdoors, this recipe for keto thai chicken soup is one you should make while camping. It’s pretty easy to stay on the keto diet when camping as long as you come prepared. Foil packets are an easy option for keto camping dinners. Try these other keto camping recipes: