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    I was tired of paying over a dollar for Campbell's soups when a friend gave me this recipe. It doesn't take much extra work, and it's so much healthier! It's been months since I bought a can of cream of mushroom, cream of chicken, cream of celery, cheddar cheese, or tomato soup... helping my budget and my health at the same time. :)

    Recipe #278160

    Being from southern Spain myself I am always taken aback a little when I see recipes for Gazpacho that ask you to use tomato juice, parsley, sometimes cilantro, hot sauce, etc. I would like to share with you the simple, authentic, centuries old recipe for this fantastic, super healthy, flavorful dish. The one variation that is widely accepted to this recipe is the use of blenders versus the mortar and pestle of yesteryear. I hope you enjoy. Cook's note: I subscribe to South Beach Diet regime so I omit the bread but feel free to add a few ounces to yours if you like

    Recipe #472357

    This variation of traditional gazpacho is said to have origins in Andalucia, & the recipe itself was found on the internet & posted here for the Zaar World Tour 5.

    Recipe #369953

    Simple and elegant, this is a soup to be enjoyed by avocado lovers and even those who may consider this delicious vegetable "fruit of soap" instead of "fruit of butter". It is perfect with a Mexican meal, or on other occasions for that matter. I haven't tried it chilled, but why not. If chilled, I would change the garnish to chopped tomatoes.

    Recipe #109866

    This is Byerly's (which is a Mn grocery store) recipe. Its a really good soup.

    Recipe #184795

    WONDERFUL cheesy flavored soup which goes well with a sandwich for a quick lunch or dinner. A family favorite and easy to prepare!

    Recipe #386435

    COMFORT FOOD!! Have this special soup anytime of the year. Combine with a sandwich for a meal! The flavor of the tomatoes and cheese, along with the croutons is superb! To get full flavor do use the can of stewed tomatoes. Quick and Easy!!!

    Recipe #273808

    This recipe is from Foodtv. It is so simple, yet delicious, it is great for those nights you don't really feel like cooking. It's great with grilled cheese!

    Recipe #38517

    This is our favorite and an easy and quick recipe to use the day after Thanksgiving with turkey leftovers. Its taste is incredible delicious.

    Recipe #401121

    My sister Jackie made this for the kids.

    Recipe #107824

    This is one of the finest garlic soups I've tasted. It is from Jose Andres.

    Recipe #370354

    This is a super easy soup to make. It is mild and delicious using refried beans. It is even better the next day so a great make ahead meal to reheat.

    Recipe #227597

    When your recipe calls for a can of condensed soup, just make your own! This makes the equivalent of one can of condensed soup (10.5 ounces). Note the suggested variations that can be made to this recipe.

    Recipe #360192

    90 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This quick and easy recipe is so much better than the canned stuff. Great as a first course, or with salad or sandwiches. Of course, you can use it in your favorite recipes, too. To make it thicker, use less stock and/or use heavy cream instead of the half-and-half cream or milk.

    Recipe #39369

    You have these ingredients already. So save yourself a trip to the store, some money, and some sodium. Here's a flavorful condensed cream of chicken soup base recipe for use in dishes that call for canned creamed soups. Use instead of condensed canned cream soups in recipes. Just add the ingredient that forms the basis of the soup. Chop mushrooms, sauté in a bit of olive oil and add for cream of mushroom soup. Add chicken for cream of chicken soup. Chop & sauté celery for, you guessed it, cream of celery. (As found at tammysrecipes.com/homemade_cream_chicken_soup ) Yields 3 cups -- about 2 (10.5 oz) cans of condensed cream of 'whatever'.

    Recipe #397758

    This is THE most awesome soup EVER! Great for winter nights to chase the chill away and warm you up from the inside out. Not too spicy, just like tomato soup with a kick.

    Recipe #60107

    3 Reviews |  By KaDo

    I found this recipe on kraftfoods.com. It isn't too thick, but has really good flavor! This recipe is extremely quick and easy! You can also use the frozen broccoli and cauliflower blend that has carrots in it. Also, to make this recipe a little healthier, I use the Velveeta 2%.

    Recipe #292451

    This recipe is from "Cooking the Australian Way," which says that nearly every family has a version of it. This one sounds good. Haven't made it yet. If you're not looking to hold down fat content or calories, you can double the butter; substitute half-and-half for the evaporated skim milk; and use full-fat sour cream. Use fresh cooked and pureed pumpkin if desired

    Recipe #370539

    3 Reviews |  By blucoat

    I found this in a vegetarian cookbook. I haven't tried it yet. I'm not sure about the cucumber but you can substiute it for any veggie you like (broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, beets). Use any herbs you enjoy. :-)

    Recipe #304239

    This is the yummiest soup you will ever make. It's a wonderful way to warm up on a cold day and a great way to use up left over ham. If I don't have leftovers, I get a couple of 1/4 inch slices from the deli and cube it. You won't be able to have just one bowl. Cooking time will vary depending if you use fresh or frozen broccoli. Enjoy!

    Recipe #236600

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