Recipe by chrystal
"I simply love tomato soup. I also love cheese, so I tried them together. And this is the result."
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chopped red bell pepper
red onion, chopped
crumbled blue cheese
1 (4 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
1 (14.5 ounce) can
1 1/2 cups
ground black pepper
granular no-calorie sucralose sweetener (such as Splenda®)
It's rich - but we all could stand something to make our hair stand on end. I prefer sweet (vidalia or maya) onions to red ones and since I so seldom have heavy cream on hand I substituted sour cream and used real sugar - what the heck - one teaspoon of sugar is a small indulgence considering all of the cholesterol, right? BUT I can say that only because I divorced my diabetic second husband LOL.
All things in moderation and live life!
This was very good, but missing something. I think I will crumble some fried bacon into the leftovers.
This soup is super rich, chunky and delicious! For those times when you don't want to worry about calories!
Made a good creamy soup. I added another can of tomatoes as did another reviewer.
My only question is this:
Blue cheese, cream cheese, milk, heavy craem, then Splenda? What's the point? It' like having a triple bacon cheese burger, giant fries, and ordering a Diet Coke. Not much sense
This was tasty but very cheesy...I tasted it and decided I would prefer a little more tomato flavor so I added a second can of tomatoes. that made it perfect for me thanks for the recipe. I pureed this in the blender and used lower fat ingredients
Okay so it's rich, high in calories, cholesterol, blah blah blah. Make this soup and I promise you won't care a fig about any of that... it's Amazing! A wonderfully delicious comfort food that is also company-worthy should you want an impressive first course at your next dinner party. Good job Chrystal!
Delicious! However, don't expect the soup to look like your typical red tomato soup; it's quite pink from all the cream/milk/cream cheese.
I used 6 oz feta instead of 1/4 cup blue cheese and 1/2 cup vitamin D milk instead of the mixture of heavy cream and milk. The soup was easy and quick to make, but a little flavorless. It needed a lot of salt added to it, which I don't really like to do.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tomato Blue Cheese Soup
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 196
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