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    How to make homemade cream of anything soup

    I have had this saved for song long on my Pinterest account. I hardly buy anything canned if I don't have to especially creamed soup. it's one of those food aversions. lol

    https://dontwastethecrumbs.com/how-t...anything-soup/
    🌺 Lorie

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    This is a great idea. Granted, I can't eat dairy or wheat, but this is easily adaptable to rice flour and rice milk!
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      #3
      Lorie,
      I never purchase canned soup.....never have. Years ago, I made homemade Cream of Mushroom soup (similar to link recipe you posted for everyone) and my goodness, I have handed out the recipe out to family & friends, etc. I use fresh mushrooms and that's the key to it!
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        #4
        Thank you so much for posting this!!

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          #5
          I think the only creamed soup I've ever made is asparagus. When we can asparagus (dilled), we snap off the bottoms and freeze them. When we want the soup, I boil them, toss them into the blender and puree. I return it to the pan with some cream and heat. It's quick, easy, and delicious!
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          • jjkaiser
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            I love asparagus and that sounds delicious!

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          I have to say that I haven't looked at this site in awhile. It looks like she recently updated it. Before, she had a recipe for each type, like potato, mushroom, asparagus etc. They were all different. I'm disappointed 😒....

          But I guess the celery is a master recipe and you just swap out the veggie. I might make some brocolii soup for a casarole soon.
          Last edited by Hulamoon; June 5, 2020, 06:43 PM.
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            #7
            I make almost all my soups homemade but I do love Campbell's cream of chicken soup and always add it to my gravy when I make stewed chicken.

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              #8
              I do pretty much the same, only using cornstarch instead of flour. I love my home made cream of celery soup.
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                #9
                This sounds really good. Anyone tried this with Almond flour or Coconut Flour?

                Can I use the Cream of Cheese soup to make Mac N Cheese?
                Vonnie

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                • redcaboose1717
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                  I have a friend that uses the Cream of Cheese soup to make Mac & Cheese. I don't know how she thickens it though. She brought it for a Pot-Luck several families and friends had a few of years ago. It was good.

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                Originally posted by Vonnie View Post
                This sounds really good. Anyone tried this with Almond flour or Coconut Flour?

                Can I use the Cream of Cheese soup to make Mac N Cheese?
                The flour is for thickening, so maybe a corn or potato starch. I read somewhere you can use potato flakes ( instant mashed ) as a sub. I didn't even think of mac and cheese. I only made that about twice and it looks like the base of it. I might try that on steamed veggies!
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                  #11
                  Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post

                  The flour is for thickening, so maybe a corn or potato starch. I read somewhere you can use potato flakes ( instant mashed ) as a sub. I didn't even think of mac and cheese. I only made that about twice and it looks like the base of it. I might try that on steamed veggies!
                  I was actually thinking of making a mock mac n cheese using cauliflower.
                  Vonnie

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                  • Hulamoon
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                    Yum! Have you ever been to a Marie Callendar's? There was one by my house in Calif and my mom would take me pretty often. I always got the steamed assorted veggies with cheese sauce. They were before their time for having veggie meals. I wonder if they are still around?

                  • GuitarGramma
                    GuitarGramma commented
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                    Lorie, I don't know how the chain is doing as a whole, but my local Marie Callendar's is closed and the building is for lease. Such a shame. Our family has a tradition of buying a Marie Callendar's cherry pie on my late father-in-law's birthday, as that was a favorite of his!

                  • tsladaritz
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                    If you are diabetic, a lot of people use just block cream cheese to thicken things. Also there is xantham gum but I am not fond of the texture/taste of it. It gets gummy really fast so a very tiny bit goes a long way. I have made veg broth and am going to try meat broth next. Have not tried cream of anything yet. But I think I will try what someone else mentioned. Boil the item, blend to puree and add almond milk or cream if needed. I tried some canned cream of ...and it raised my blood sugar. Good luck with yours! Oh and when I make mac and cheese I make a basic cheese sauce and a pinch of dry mustard. I don't eat it but for myself I make plain roasted cauliflower sprinkled with garlic and salt then Parmesan for the last few minutes. So yummy good.

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                  Arrowroot powder and rice flour work too.
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