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Old Mon, May-21-07, 16:31
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Plan: modified low carb
Stats: 204/182/150 Female 62 inches
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Made this soup tonight for dinner and my granddaughter couldn't get enough! This is a keeper for sure-some good,pure comfort food, warms the soul...... Thanks for the recipe!
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Old Sat, Jun-02-07, 09:52
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Anyone know how many carbs this soup may have per serving/how many servings does it make? I would really love to try this soup out! I haven't had broccoli cheese soup since I was a kid! And it was soo good then so I'd love to try it and hopefully I'll just love it! (If it's not to many carbs of course) haha

Thanks in advance if anyone knows!
~Lisa~
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Old Mon, Jun-04-07, 19:18
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I've not made this yet, but here's relevant nutritional info:

Entire Recipe:
491 calories
41.5 g fat
1156mg sodium
9g carbs
4.5g fiber
22.5g protein

Assumptions 1 cup chopped broccoli and low-sodium chix broth
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Old Mon, Jul-16-07, 14:45
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This soup is so good, even my 13 year old daughter liked it. I used home made chicken broth that I had frozen. Again, just delicious!
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Old Wed, Jul-18-07, 06:09
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This recipe is great! Made it last night for dinner and it surely hit the spot-will probably add some chicken next time too-thanks for the recipe!
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Old Sun, Mar-09-08, 13:33
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Default Broccoli Cheddar Soup

I created this recipe for BF when he had his wisdom teeth out - it's delicious and to quote BF - "better than Panera!"

1 head cauliflower, chopped small (or one 20 oz bag frozen cauliflower)
2 c. broccoli, steamed until soft and chopped finely
3 cloves garlic
1 can chicken broth
1/2 c. heavy cream
3 oz. cream cheese
2T. sour cream
6 oz. cheddar cheese
2 oz. velveeta or american cheese (optional)

Place cauliflower and garlic in large pot of water, bring to boil and cook until very soft. Drain water, add cream cheese and puree cauliflower/cream cheese/garlic mixture with an immersion blender, adding stock/cream gradually (you may need more or less stock/cream depending on desired texture). Return to heat and add broccoli, cheddar and velveeta (if using) and stir until melted. Add sour cream and stir until melted (do not boil). Season with salt and pepper. Serve hot.

With the 20 oz bag of frozen cauli and the other ingredients as listed (approximately), this whole recipe has about 45 grams of carbohydrate, almost half of which is fiber. It makes about 8-9 cups, or 3 large bowls (4 normal sized bowls). The velveeta is totally optional but I like the texture it lends to the finished product. You could also omit the sour cream, but I like the tang. Enjoy!
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Old Tue, Mar-11-08, 16:43
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Mmmm mmm! Just what I was looking for <Bought a 4 pound bag of broccoli florets and I need to use them up!>
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Old Wed, Apr-16-08, 09:42
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If it's better than Panera, I'm gonna have to try this one! Thanks!
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Old Thu, Jul-10-08, 07:11
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I'm showing my daughter this recipe now. It is without a doubt the best broccoli cheese soup I have ever had, and I wanted to share with her.
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Old Fri, Oct-24-08, 18:49
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Mhmm... I made this today. Very good.
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Old Fri, Oct-24-08, 19:14
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It looks really yummy! I think I'll make it this weekend!
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Old Fri, Oct-24-08, 19:32
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I think soup-season is upon us.
Thanks for posting, looks nummy!
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Old Thu, Nov-06-08, 10:41
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Hmmm...ok trying this SOON! Soup season is definitely here!!
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Old Thu, Nov-06-08, 13:52
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Oh wow...another great soup recipe. Can't wait to try this one also.
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Old Wed, Nov-19-08, 13:49
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this is really excellent. I think panera bread all together is overrated but this soup hits the spot. I think it would be tasty with some ham too!
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