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Freezer Friendly Broccoli Cheese Soup - Lunch Version

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Freezer Friendly Broccoli Cheese Soup - Lunch Version

Katie
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4 Servings
11 Ingredients
10 Comments

A freezer friendly recipe that uses real cheese for Broccoli Cheese Soup and is smooth and creamy.

4 Servings
11 Ingredients
10 Comments

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Freeze For Later Cooking Day Directions

Stovetop

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Make From Frozen Serving Day Directions

Easy Assembly/Ready to Eat

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Stove Cook

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  1. Made this today and it is just fantastic!! Nice fresh bread and a bowl of soup on a wet, chilly day, was the perfect fit =)

  2. I made this yesterday and brought it to work today…it was the perfect mid-day comfort food. I doubled the recipe, but I only used 3 cups of cheese. It is FABULOUS!

  3. Can you use fresh broccoli and have the same outcome? (May sound like a dumb question, but curious as the moisture/ice from the frozen won’t be there on fresh) Also, I want to make a larger batch of this to freeze so would I just double or triple this recipe with no problems?*Can you tell someone found a god sale on fresh broccoli?! 🙂

    1. Yes you can use fresh but I would steam or blanch it first so it’s semi cooked. Yes you can double or triple the recipe. As far as finding a good sale i would just keep an eye on your grocery circulars or check your farmers market.

    2. I just made a slightly different recipe off of a low carb website. It only has about 5 ingredients. I used fresh broccoli. It is very good. I would add the salt last. The cheese and broth make it plenty salty.

  4. Just add the fresh brocolli at the start of the 20 minute simmering time and let it cook that way. It will be plenty tender enough to then blend. No need to steam beforehand.

    1. Yes, but it is still recommended that you thaw first. For the future, this would not be safe if there was meat in the recipe.

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