This Easy One Pot Cheeseburger Soup Recipe is a simple, easy, and delicious hearty cheeseburger soup that everyone loves! Keto/Low carb soup cheeseburger soup recipe, too.
This Easy Cheeseburger Soup Recipe has quickly become one of my all time favorite meals – it is simple, uses ingredients I often already have on hand, is incredibly easy, and tastes AMAZING!
While many cheeseburger soups contain potato, I am offering up a potato free cheeseburger soup that is loaded with fresh vegetables and a ton of delicious ground beef – plus tons of cheesy flavor.
Cheeseburger soup is one of those things that brings a ton of comfort in fall – it is perfect for watching the game, family dinners, or just lunch on the go!
I developed this easy cheeseburger soup recipe to even work in a keto diet since it is naturally low carb (do be sure to check out my Keto Cheeseburger Soup Recipe notes below as there is a change you’ll want to make to the ingredients if staying away from processed foods.)
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If you want to skip my helpful tips and tricks and similar recipe ideas, please scroll to the bottom of the page where you’ll find the easy printable cheeseburger soup recipe. I added a lot of information to this post because I get a lot of questions on recipes, so I try to give a ton of info to make sure you love it!
How To Freeze Cheeseburger Soup
If you’ve wondered how can I freeze cheeseburger soup, you’re not alone!
Cheeseburger soup is one of those dishes that is perfect on a cold night or a stressed weekday when you just need to tuck into something hearty and comforting.
To Freeze Cheeseburger Soup:
Let cool and add to a ziploc bag, with any extra air bubbles squeezed out.
Lay flat in a freezer (so soup freezes in a flatter shape instead of a giant blob so it is easier and more even when defrosting.)
You can freeze cheeseburger soup for up to 6 months if you used fresh ground beef that had not been frozen before cooking with a couple easy tips!
First off, do not mix in sour cream to soup if you’re going to freeze it – wait to add it in later when reheating!
To reheat Cheeseburger Soup:
Let the soup thaw overnight in the fridge.
Add to a soup pot and bring to a boil – or microwave to piping hot.
If soup thins out, or you’d like a little more creamy goodness when you reheat soup, you can add in a dash of cream and whisk it into the soup, plus 1-2 more ounces of velveeta or shredded cheddar cheese – simply stir them into hot soup and let them melt before eating.
Keto Cheeseburger Soup Recipe
This easy cheeseburger soup can easily be turned into a keto cheeseburger soup recipe – with just one swap.
I am calling for velveeta cheese in this cheeseburger soup (which, yea, is heavily processed) – making it not the healthiest choice, and adding processed food into the recipe.
To make this soup keto/all natural, simply swap the velveeta for a nice melting cheddar (or a cheddar-mozzarella mix) of shredded cheese.
I prefer the easy creamy texture that velveeta gives this soup, but it is just as flavorful with unprocessed cheese.
How To Add Cheese To A Soup Without Clumping
While cheese is amazingly delicious in soup, it isn’t the easiest ingredient to incorporate to soups and stews – since it can clump and separate from the soup, leaving you with a gross and sticky mess.
To prevent clumping cheese, follow my handy tips below!
If using velveeta, as the recipe calls for, you can be a lot less precise – that stuff can take pretty much anything and still come out creamy, smooth, and perfect in a recipe. If using a non-processed cheese, following these tips will help ensure your soup is a creamy, dreamy masterpiece!
- Dont Use Drier Cheeses.
- Cheeses with a higher moisture content incorporate much better into soups – whereas drier cheeses tend to clump up more.
- To prevent clumping, opt for a cheese with more moisture (mozzarella, colby, non-aged cheddars, farm-style cheese) instead of something drier. (Think creamy, not hard.)
- Add Cheese Slowly.
- Add cheese by gradually sprinkling cheese over soup, and stirring well to melt and mix cheese, before adding the next handful.
- If adding too much cheese too quickly to a soup, cheese is more likely to clump and seize up without fully incorporating.
- Turn Temp To Low.
- Cheese’s proteins break down over high heat, and can force the cheese to “seize” up, release all it’s moisture, and clump.
- Keep heat to a very low boil when adding cheese (if your soup was at a heavy boil, you can turn the heat off to add in the cheese, stirring well to incorporate and fully melt before returning heat to low.)
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- 1/2 pound ground beef
- 4 tablespoons butter, divided
- 3/4 cup chopped onion
- 3/4 cup shredded carrots
- 3/4 cup diced celery
- 1 teaspoon dried basil
- 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
- 3 cups chicken broth
- 2 to 4 cups shredded Velveeta
- 1-1/2 cups whole milk
- 3/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 1/4 cup sour cream
- In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt 1 tablespoon butter over medium heat.
- Add ground beef - cook and crumble beef until no longer pink.
- Add in vegetables to brown with beef.
- Saute beef, onion, carrots, celery, basil and parsley until vegetables are tender, about 10 minutes.
- Add broth; bring to a boil.
- Reduce heat to low.
- Stir in cheese, milk, salt and pepper; cook until cheese melts.
- Remove from heat; blend in sour cream.
Amount Per ServingCalories 325 Saturated Fat 13g Cholesterol 80mg Sodium 1276mg Carbohydrates 8g Fiber 1g Sugar 4g Protein 12g