Beer Cheese Soup Recipe

Simple Soup Recipes


Beer Cheese Soup
Onion, parsley, paprika and beer flavor this smooth rich Beer Cheese Soup. A family friend used to invite us up for Sunday supper and served this several times. It was so simple and good, I got the recipe for my daughter, who was just learning to cook.
—Sharon Lock, Forman, North Dakota


Colorful Chicken 'n' Squash Soup
When I turned 40, I decided to live a healthier lifestyle, which included cooking healthier for my family. I make this Colorful Chicken 'n' Squash Soup every week, and everyone loves it.
—Trina Bigham, Fairhaven, Massachusetts


Wintertime Beef Soup
Kidney beans, ground beef, green pepper and chopped cabbage make this thick Wintertime Beef Soup hearty and satisfying.
—Carol Tupper, Joplin, Missouri


Onion Soup with Sausage
With a yummy slice of mozzarella cheese bread on top, this hearty broth makes an impressive luncheon or light supper. Onion Soup with Sausage is ready in no time. It makes an excellent presentation and tastes wonderful.
—Sundra Hauck, Bogalusa, Louisiana


Winter Chowder
As a mother of three, it goes without saying that time is short but precious to me. I whipped up this fast and nutritious Winter Chowder one night, and my 7-year-old son said it was "Awesome!"
—Brenda Turner, Schererville, Indiana


Spicy Slow-Cooked Chili
I love that I can put the ingredients for this Spicy Slow-Cooked Chili in the slow cooker and forget about it for a few hours. If you like your chili thick, you'll enjoy this version.
—Sabrina Corrigan, Williamsburg, Pennsylvania



Soup Hints & Tips

  • Since winters here are damp and cold, I make chicken rice soup. For a change, I add a package of long grain and wild rice mix. The aroma and flavor perk up a dull winter day.
    —Marilyn W., Sparks, Maryland
  • On a cold winter day, my family and I love this heartwarming soup made with leftover scalloped potatoes. I place the potatoes in a saucepan and add milk, chicken bouillon and grated carrots. I sprinkle a few parsley flakes over the top and let the soup simmer for 20 minutes. Before I know it, I have a great-tasting homemade soup.
    —Mary Landaas, Glenville, Minnesota
  • In the colder months, I make a lot of vegetable soup. One day I was out of corn, so I used corn relish instead. The flavor was great. Now I include it in every batch; otherwise, my family asks what's missing.
    —Martha C., Celina, Ohio