Broccoli Cheese Soup

Posted by on January 13, 2015 in Recipes, Soups & Stews | 5 comments

As the temperature goes way down, a great soup seems so appealing for a cold evening.  I had a bunch of broccoli left over, so I quickly make this Broccoli Cheese Soup the other night. What I like about this soup is that it is low on calories, easy to make, takes very few ingredients, and freezes well! You can add chicken or ham, if you wish.

Broccoli Cheese Soup




 32 oz. chicken broth

Broccoli (sorry, but I just add what I want, I don’t measure perhaps 1 cup to 1 & 1/2 cup chopped)

1 can Rotel ( 10 oz. ) diced tomatoes –  (mild or however hot you prefer) or just add regular diced tomatoes for a very mild version

10 oz. Velveeta  2% Milk ( for the skinny version) or regular Velveeta

Add onion salt and garlic salt to taste.

Add cooked chicken or ham (optional)



Cook broccoli in chicken broth until just tender. 

Add Velveeta in chunks so it melts faster.

Add Rotell or other diced tomatoes

Add spices to taste…

Add chicken or ham, if desired.

Heat and serve. 

Serves 4-6

Broccoli Cheese Soup



I just made a big batch and froze this soup in individual portions for taking to work for lunch. You’re going to like this easy recipe for Broccoli Cheese Soup!



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  1. Adding the rotel is a great idea! This sounds so delicious! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Julia

  2. Yummy! The kids love broccoli, I am sure they will love this. Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday.

  3. I pinned this! Looks delicious! YUM!

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

    • It is delicious! Thanks for pinning!

  4. This sounds delicious! I’ve been looking for broccoli recipes. I’m definitely going to try this! Thanks for sharing this! I’m glad I found this on Friday Food Frenzy! Pinned.

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