Keto, Fasting Mimicking Soup


Keto Veggie Soup

This is a go-to soup when I’m following the ketogenic diet.  It does have carbs from the veggies; however, they are balanced with the coconut oil that I pan fry the veggies in.  The backbone to the ProLon fast is the vegetable soups you eat for lunch and dinner.  And while they vary some, they all taste about the same.


1.5 quarts organic vegetable broth

1 cup organic extra virgin coconut oil

2 organic carrots chopped

2 organic celery sticks chopped

½ organic onion chopped

1 bag organic frozen peas

Salt & pepper to taste


Pour the broth into a soup pot and put on low heat.  Caramelize the onion in a frying pan at high heat with half the coconut oil.  Place the caramelized onion and oil into the broth.  Sauté the carrots and celery in the remaining coconut oil until they are also browned.  Make sure the carrots have softened.  Add the sautéed vegetables and oil to the broth.  Add salt and pepper to taste.  Cook for 30 minutes to combine the flavors. 

Note:  I like to add salt and pepper to the vegetables as I cook them as if I were going to eat them by themselves or so they can stand on their own.  If you are in ketosis, remember that you dump tons of salt into your urine, so the soup can serve as both hydration and a means to regain salt. 


3 Comment

Sara – yes the cup of coconut oil is over multiple servings.

Why not add chopped cabbage to the soup?

Hi! I am so grateful for your products! Wanted to ask (my functional medicine dr. just recommended a 5-day mimicking fast, must be her version.) Is this recipe really calling for a whole cup of coconut oil?

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