It is not the load that breaks you down, it is the way you carry it .


Hello. How about this idea of having a Creamy Broccolli Soup for dinner?  If you think it is a good idea, you are right because you can just whip this little monster in the crock pot and when you get home, you are meet with a hearty meal. Oh yeah !

I have made this Broccoli Soup for the third time now and there is still no sign of stopping. It is that delicious. This craze started when my husband and I went to Panera Bread and fell in love to their  Broccoli Soup. The thing is , I cannot go to Panera bread whenever I fancy  it, because it is kind of expensive for a small meal.


So I made my own version of Cheesy Broccoli Soup, for me to be able to eat it  whenever I want to. I usually make a big batch to freeze ,  but it does not make it to the freezer, because we just it it all the way. It is that good.




Again, I used my ever loyal crock pot to make my soup. I just prepared all my ingredients and toss them in the crock pot, let it cook for eight hours at low and I have my soup. My family love this soup too so I have to keep on making it. NOTE: If you got some Velveeta Cheese left, try this  SPAGHETTI DINNER RECIPE WITH GROUND TURKEY RECIPE , then I have one more post that uses Velveeta as part of the ingredients.



  1. 3/4 cups plus 1/8 cups diced carrots
  2. 4 cups broccoli florets ( removed from stems)
  3. 4 cloves garlic ( minced )
  4. 1/4 plus 1/8 cups yellow onion ( chopped)
  5. 1 can chicken broth ( 14.5 0z )
  6. 1 cup water
  7. 1/4 cup corn starch
  8. 1 pint half and half
  9. 3 cups shredded Velveeta Cheese


  • Place carrots, broccoli, garlic, onion, water and chicken broth in the crock pot.
  • Let the ingredients cook at low setting for 8 hours.
  • After eight hours, add in the Velveeta Cheese and mix it to melt.
  • Place the corn starch in a small bowl and pour a small amount half and half in it. Mix to dissolve the corn starch. Add mixture into the crock pot and pour in the remaining half and half.
  • Mix all the ingredients, making sure that the Velveeta Cheese is totally melted.
  • Let the soup sit for a few minutes until ready to serve.

By: Shobelyn Dayrit



  1. I’m guessing you meant broccoli instead of cauliflower in the recipe? Either way, sounds AMAZING and I’ll be giving it a try soon!!!

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