Serve quick-to-fix broccoli soup and a salad for supper when you're on the run. From broccoli cheese to cream of broccoli, these easy recipes deliver a wide range of broccoli soup flavors, with the added bonus of broccoli's good-for-you benefits.See Popular Broccoli Soup Recipes
Each bite of this delicious, pureed soup is loaded with great vegetable flavor...it serves a crowd, and it's ready in less than one hour.
Eye-catching, delicious and nutritious, learn how to make broccoli soup for a simple and wholesome weeknight meal. The soup is light enough to be a first course for a larger meal, but can easily be a main course on it's own with some bread and a salad.
Pinch yourself. You're not dreaming. This thick, creamy broccoli Cheddar soup that's ready in less than 30 minutes is the real deal.
Purchased pesto seasons this creamy broccoli soup with basil. Serve it with a sandwich or salad for a light meal or as a first-course.
Want everyone to eat their broccoli? Then learn how to make broccoli and potato soupyou'll know that you're serving a nutritious dinner, the kids will just think it's yummy.
Marcia Kiesel's luxuriously creamy soups are the perfect starters for Thanksgiving dinner because they can be made in advance, then reheated and garnished just before serving. Other ideas are Creamy Carrot Soup with Scallions and Poppy Seeds and Creamy Parsnip Soup with Prosciutto.
If you're craving a hot bowl of soup, this healthy and easy to make recipe will be in your bowl in less than 30 minutes.
The creamy rich consistency of this simple-to-prepare soup will amaze you.
This vegetarian and diabetic-friendly dish packs a protein punch. Glaze tofu with lime juice and soy sauce to add flavor without excess calories.
White beans pureed into this broccoli soup make it extra creamy so you don't need heaps of cheese to do the job. Serve with a crunchy whole-grain roll and a glass of winter ale.
When you have leftover rice, you have another great meal in the making. You're already halfway to creating a casserole, a tasty soup, or a light salad. If you have just a little bit of rice, add it to tomato soup you're serving the kids, or mix it with some cooked chicken and broccoli, sprinkle it with a little cheese, and microwave it for a chicken-divan-like lunch treat.