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Chicken Cheese Soup Recipe

Updated on December 3, 2012
Serve Your Soup In A Bread Bowl To Really Delight And Impress Your Family , Friends , And Guests.
Serve Your Soup In A Bread Bowl To Really Delight And Impress Your Family , Friends , And Guests.

Top It Off

Nothing jazzes up a bowl of soup like a tasty topping. Check out the below delicious tasty soup toppings to kick your soup up a notch or two.

Croutons

Chunks Of Bread

Cilantro

Chives

Sour Cream

Shredded Cheese

Grated Parmesan Cheese

Chopped Green Onions

Crushed Crackers

Hot Hungarian Paprika

Ground Cayenne Pepper

Bleau Cheese Crumbles

Crumbled Bacon

Fresh Chopped or Dry Parsley.

Chicken Cheese Soup Recipe

Kids won't think twice about eating their vegetables when their served up in this delicious soup in a bread bowl. You can serve your Chicken Cheese Soup in a bread bowl and really have your kids, your family and your friends eating their soup and begging for more.

If you've never worked with bread bowls before you can CLICK HERE and find some great tips and hints about Bread Bowls.

For Your Recipe You Will Need.

1. 4 Cups Cooked Cubed Chicken Breast.

2. 4 Cans Chicken Broth.

3. 2 16 Ounce Packages Frozen Vegetables. ( Pick The Best Brand For The Best Soup )

4. 2 Cups Cooked Diced Potatoes. ( Must be in small cubes )

5. 1 16 Ounce Box Velveeta Process Cheese Cubed In Small Cubes.

In a large stock pot combine your first four ingredients and cook on medium heat until your vegetables are tender. When your soup is done stir in your cubes of cheese and stir until your cheese is melted but do not let it boil. Remove from heat and serve in a bread bowl. Garnish with either celery leafs or chopped cilantro.

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Take Your Soup With You.

Remember that soup is a great travel ready food. You can make a pot on Sunday to have on hand all week. You can enjoy it for lunch, as a quick dinner, or a quick and easy meal. You can just heat it at home and pour it into a thermos before you leave home.

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