4 Reviews

"VERY" yummy! 2 things I did differently. 1. I added the celery, onion and garlic to "3" TBL of butter and omitted it at the end. Added the broth and broccoli and simmered 5 min.I wisked 5 TBL of flour to 3 cups of milk and then added to soup. Brought it to a boil, then simmered for 5 or so minutes till broccoli was tender and flour was cooked. 2. I also did not puree the vegetables. I prefer having the pieces of broccoli in the soup. Delicious... Thank You!

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Spammers April 15, 2009

Quick, easy, tasty, and my five year old ate it up. I did use real butter, extra garlic, and I peeled the stems and used them also. Also, fat free half and half works wonders! Thanks for a great basic recipe!

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DeeCooks June 09, 2007

I've had this in my favorites for a while and finally made it tonight. It was so good! Not bland at all, I barely salted it and it was perfect. Definetly a keeper!

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MegNKyle May 25, 2007

I thought this soup might be bland, but was pleasantly surprised. It is wonderful in its simplicity and needs nothing more than good chicken stock (I used my homemade broth) and lots of freshly ground black pepper to make it special. I only needed to cook the broccoli for 15 minutes. Thank you for this basic but tasty recipe.

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Sackville April 04, 2004
Yummy Cream of Broccoli Soup