Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

Gives you a warm pick me up in 5 minutes, for lunch or dinners. I will give you the amount per person, and you can chose what sort of changes you want to make. Obviously larger amounts do in a saucepan lol. This is what I do for lunch in a hurry. Satisfying, easy and can be dressed up in many ways. This is just the base which is great on its own..


  1. Cube the mozzarella.
  2. Heat your V8 in a cup in the microwave to boiling.
  3. Drop in cubes of mozzarella and stir until they start to melt.
  4. Serve immediately.
  5. Sometimes I grate another 2 ounces on top so I can put the spoon down the lake of mozzarella, get some soup and a little more cheese -- .


Most Helpful

Easy peasy! I love it! I've never been a fan of V8 but had some on hand for a 'tomato tea' I'd been drinking while sick. I wanted to try something a little different to finish off the bottle I had open and this was perfect. I did pick a little basil from my garden to chop and add. I had pretzel slim crackers on the side...I can't wait to try again with some of the recommendations noted! Thanks!

The Left Handed Chef June 27, 2009

pretty good for being so easy - i used spicy v8 juice...and, it was quite spicy. i think next time i'd use regular, and add some spices

ShortieNJ March 02, 2009

This was a nice dinner with a grilled cheese, and I would've never thought of it, either! I used Spicy V8 - which, oddly enough, ended up being WAY too spicy for me, and I'm a spice fiend. Maybe I got a zippy bottle. I added some milk, reheated, and it worked just fine. :)

*Lena* January 05, 2009

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