Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup
This Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup recipe requires only 4 simple ingredients, is so relishing, and loaded with Mexican flavors. This soup is also low carb and Keto friendly. Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup- You must try this recipe.
I am so happy with the way this Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup has turned out. It is low in carb and Keto. With only 4 ingredients, this Chicken Soup is perfect on busy days when you come back home and want the dinner to be ready.
You can also use boneless chicken thighs instead of breasts for this recipe. I generally use chicken breasts as they’re easier to shred.
The best thing about this slow cooker soup is that you just pop everything into the crockpot and then leave it to do its thing for a few hours.
When you are ready to eat, thaw out the Mexican soup in the crockpot and add the cheese cubes. Allow everything to melt together and serve!
You are seriously going to love this recipe!
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Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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