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Creamy Broccoli Soup

Creamy Broccoli Soup recipe
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This soup is delicious, warm and guaranteed to make cold fingers toasty again, not to mention hearty and velvety with chopped broccoli and creamy cheeses.
30 min
30 min
6 servings, 3/4 cup each
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Not the best cup of broccoli cheddar i've had. The Velveeta and cream cheese base made it almost overwhelmingly thick and creamy. I added some chicken broth, but it still didn't thin it out enough for me. I ended up throwing it out.
Very easy to make and soo yummy. I thought it had just enough flavor and was vey creamy. Will deff make this recipe again.
Easy to make and warmed my family's belly. Although everyone liked it, it was a little too much broccoli and not enough soup. Also a little bland-I added some seasalt and more pepper. Will try again with less broccoli.
It was ok. I've had creamy broccoli soup before and this wasn't anything like I expected. Not sure I liked the nutmeg and cream cheese. Going to try the Velveeta Cheesy Broccoli Soup instead - that sounds more to my liking.
Made this and it was a hit with the kids. I did add some chicken broth and instead of flour I added some frozen hash browns to help thicken it.
I changed two things. I had evaported lite milk and wanted to use it up. I used 1 cup and added water to the can for the second cup. I left out the velveta, and used Philadelphia cream cheese. I also used fresh broccoli..already par boiled. It was cheesey and delcious. I wanted to cut calories and fat so I cut the second cheese. I would use it again. I had a nice taste and filled us up.
Delicious! I followed other viewer's suggestions and used flour to make the roux and stir using a wire whisk. I also doubled the recipe. Thanks.
it was very good, but the recipe only makes enough soup to feed less than two people, so i doubled the soup part, and used 16 oz. of broccoli. and i thickened the soup with cornstarch at the end.
We loved the soup. I used fresh broccoli from our garden and also added chicken broth. I doubled the receipe and froze what was left for a later meal.
for a fall bridal shower we bought ceramic pumpkin soup terrines and this was the recipe i used. it was a hit and the first one gone!my daughters and nieces loved it too.I added chicken broth because it was very thick,it made it go a little farther too.
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