22 Reviews

This was very different than all of my other recipes (and very tasty). I omitted the onion, increased to carrot and celery to 1 cup each, added 4.5 cups of broth instead of 3 and increased the beef to 1 lb. Also I skipped all of the butter and salt.

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qwerty3020 January 02, 2009

This is the best cheeseburger soup out there Make this one!

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LB in Middle Georgia February 14, 2014

Yummy! This was great with fresh breadsticks and a salad! I easily doubled the recipe, and then froze half. It froze AND reheated well! If you want a hearty and flavor-ful soup that is family friendly, this is it! To get fancy, you can serve it with shredded lettuce and pickles on top...or if you are naughty you can add chopped cooked bacon, too.

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Rachie P June 23, 2011

This was good. It had a different taste from any other cheeseburger soup I have made. I will be making this again for the family!

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Lilly pad December 05, 2010

My daughter and I love this soup. We first had a version of it at a friends house (urs is better)!! We also make "taco" soup out of it by adding taco seasoning to the cooked hamburger and adding some salsa. Yummy!

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Fun Dip November 19, 2009

I picked out the recipe and my husband did the cooking. Oh my, it was so so good!!!! We do not eat a lot of red meat, so we used ground white turkey instead of ground beef. This was really good!!!

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NanaJulie December 12, 2008

This soup was OK. It was different for sure from the regular soups, which I liked. My kids did not care for it though. I think that I did not like the basil in it. I would omit if I make it next time or put in just a dash. I substituted noodles for potatoes since I am not a big lover of potatoes in soups that aren't potato soup. You have to give this one a try. Its different and with all the veggies and meat, its filling for sure. Could be a big hit in your family. Thanks for sharing!

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Mary N. March 02, 2008

The soup was very good, and the whole family liked it. However, while not difficult to make, I did think it was a bit labor-intensive. I doubled the recipe, and it took me about 1.5 hours from start to finish. If I make it again, I think I'll try using frozen diced potatoes to eliminate some of the prep work.

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pianomom January 02, 2008

This was kid-pleasing and hearty! I left out the potatoes, which I realize is a big ingredient, but DH doesn't care for them in soup, so the soup was probably much thinner than it's intended to be, but still pleasantly filling. Also, at the end of cooking we tasted it and decided to leave out the sour cream. Probably would have been delicious added in, but thought it wasn't necessary. Thank you! It's nice to find a soup that we all enjoy!

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TnuSami December 12, 2007

My husband likes this to have on hand for when he comes in from hunting. He's a meat lover and so any kind of soup I make has to have lots of meat. This one hits the spot. I used a combination of different cheeses and it worked!!!;-)

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CoffeeB October 19, 2007
Cheeseburger Soup