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If you’re like me, eating broccoli might seem more like a torture session than a time of nourishment. I am not a fan of the little “green trees,” but as a mom, I know I need to set a good example and wolf them down now and then. That’s why I am so thankful I came across this recipe for broccoli cheese soup!
Instead of going at it alone, I get to eat my broccoli as they swim in a sea of savory cheese and spices! Talk about relief. My entire family loves eating this easy-to-make soup, especially when the weather is particularly chilly. That’s why I freeze a lot of my summer broccoli harvest. It’s great to taste the essence of summer during the fall and winter. You can also use broccoli from the farmer’s market or grocery store.
Recipe courtesy of Food Network.
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Quick Tip: Get creative with the cheeses that you use in this recipe. The sky is the limit. I enjoy using Velveeta and extra-sharp cheddar.