This soup is yummy!
This soup whips up quickly and is so easy to make!
And I used to make this soup many many years ago when my kids were little. It was my go to soup on autumn days when my boys played elementary football.
And my daughter disliked it!!! But I still made it and everyone else loved it and I never had leftovers. I remember one day inviting one of her friends to come over for dinner after the game and she specifically commented that I better not be making “that” soup again (*rolling eyes).
So, on with the soup, I snapped these pictures at work when I heated the soup for my lunch. So please excuse the awful photo’s!!
It’s just hamburger, onion, canned vegetable soup, sprigs of herbs and cheese. So maybe I should be calling this Cheeseburger Soup.
I still on occasion make it for myself, but I prepare it just a little differently.
Now I like to add sprigs of herbs like thyme and rosemary. And cheese, but not just any cheese! I use that processed cheese that comes in a foil wrapper!!! And I am not ashamed of it either!
And man oh man is it even more delicious than when I made it for my little munchkins.
So, there is no way to mess up this soup, it’s just that easy. I usually plan on about a ¾ pound of hamburger and 2 cans of soup for 4 people.
Brown your burger and onion, add salt and pepper. When that’s done, pour in the cans of soup, herbs and the cheese. You can add as much or as little cheese as you want. I only like enough to make it creamy. You only want a light simmer, just enough to heat up the soup and melt the cheese, and then it’s done.
½ pound ground hamburger
½ small onion, chopped
Salt and pepper
2 cans of your favorite vegetable soup
Thyme, rosemary or whatever herbs you have on hand
½ cup processed cheese, cubed (more or less to your preference)
Brown the meat and onion. Then add the canned soup, cheese and herbs, bring to a light simmer. When the soup is heated and the cheese is melted, serve.