Cheesy Vegetable Soup 3 W W Points

"Oh how I love this soup! So easy - quick and filling!! Old recipe that I have just recovered and had to post so I won't lose it again!"
photo by *Parsley* photo by *Parsley*
photo by *Parsley*
Ready In:
8 -8 ounce servings




  • Cube cheese for easier melting. Set aside.
  • In large stock pot place all ingredients.
  • Cook over medium heat for approximately 30 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
  • Add cheese and continue cooking until cheese melts.
  • Stir often so it doesn't burn on bottom of pan.

Questions & Replies

  1. Just wanted to thank you for recovering this recipe! My mom had it probably 20 years ago & I thought I had it but couldn’t find it. My brilliant hubby told me to google it!
  2. Nutrition info please!!!!


  1. Ilove this soup!! Thanks for the recipe!
  2. Fantastic!! I cooked this in the crock pot and added the cheese at the end and stirred,stirred,stirred. I also added some frozen peas and an onion. You can't get any easier than this! Thanks for posting!!
  3. I made this soup yesterday and I got a couple of things wrong...I added everything together instead of cooking the vegies first. Then it kind of curdled. If/when I make this again--and I think I will I am going to cut back on the amount of broth---way too thin. I even mashed up some of the vegies to try and thicken it but it didn't work very well. I froze what I had left over and I will probably use it as a base for caseroles or cooking brown rice. It was ok but when I make it again I will saute up some onion and garlic and I will be cutting back on the broth. Jonesy
  4. Soup was very good. I made it according to the recipe but I did add a bit of cream at the end and did use my immersion blender to make it more like a cream soup. Can see many possiblities for variations with this recipe using different vegetable combinations. Will definately make again. Thanks for a very tasty easy recipe.
  5. Recipes don't get much easier than this. I made this just as written but added a small chopped onion. Next time I make this I will cut down on the chicken broth by 2 cups or so. I just thought it was to watery. I did try to thicken it by partially pureeing by whizzing my immersion blender for a second or two. I think I'd also try and add some garlic too. Thanx for sharing this easy soup recipe!


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