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Smokey Pumpkin and Mushroom Bisque with Maple Bacon Recipe


Atkins Smokey Pumpkin and Mushroom Bisque with Maple Bacon
11.3g
Glucides nets Atkins™
Prep Time:10 Minutes
Style:American
Cook Time:45 Minutes
Phase:Phase 3
Difficulty:Difficult
* Any adjustments made to the serving values will only update the ingredients of that recipe and not change the directions.

11g

Protein

20.3g

Fat

5.1g

Fiber

281.4cal

Calories

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INGREDIENTS

  • 10medium slice (yield after cooking)Bacon
  • 2tbspMaple Syrup (sugar-free)
  • 3tablespoonUnsalted Butter Stick
  • 1smallOnions
  • 3tspGarlic
  • 29ozPumpkin (Without Salt, Canned)
  • 3cupChicken Broth, Bouillon or Consomme
  • 1tbspPaprika
  • 1tbspCumin
  • 1tspRed or Cayenne Pepper
  • 8ozMushroom Pieces and Stems
  • 0 1/2cupHeavy Cream

DIRECTIONS

  1. Chop bacon into 1-inch pieces and cook until crispy in a medium soup pot.  Remove from pot, leaving grease in pot, and place into a bowl.  Drizzle with maple syrup and toss to coat.  Set aside.  
  2. To the pan with the retained grease, add butter, chopped white onion and minced garlic.  Cook on low heat until onion is translucent; about 5 minutes.  Add the canned pumpkin and stir to combine.  Using either an immersion blender or a regular blender, puree soup until smooth.  Return puree to the pot and add the chicken stock, smoked paprika, cumin, cayenne, mushrooms and cream.  Simmer until the mushrooms are tender, about 30 minutes.  Serve immediately in a mug with the maple bacon on top.       

This recipe is by Christina Joseph, Appetizer Winner of our 2014 Get Cooking Recipe Contest.

Cooking Tip

Did you know that you can easily portion out and freeze soup to save for a busy night down the road? When ready to reheat, either microwave or heat up in a pot over the stove with a splash of water.

Comment calculer les glucides nets

Avec l’approche nutritionnelle AtkinsMD, le décompte net AtkinsMC est calculé en soustrayant le nombre de grammes de fibres et de polyols (comme la glycérine et les alcools de sucre) du nombre total de grammes de glucides contenu dans les aliments entiers. Ce calcul correspond au concept voulant que les fibres et les polyols ont des répercussions minimales sur le taux de glycémie dans les quantités dans lesquelles on les retrouve dans les produits.

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