$5 SOUPS – Quick and Easy Cheap Meals for Dinner

$5 soups? You can enjoy an easy and delicious hearty meal for less money than you think. The family will love these soups!

$5 SOUPS – Quick and Easy Cheap Meals for Dinner

Wouldn’t some $5 soups be fun?

The weather has been freezing so we thought it would be the perfect time to make some delicious soups!

Nothing scream “autumn” like a hearty bowl of delicious soup, right?

You don’t have to spend a ton of money on a delicious meal!

Link to the Chop Stir: https://amzn.to/3riNIFv

You can find the printable recipes here:

Ingredients we bought for the Taco Soup:

Ground Turkey $2.77

Black Beans $0.62

Diced Tomatoes $0.72

Corn $1.18 $5.29 – but it would be under $5 if they had the cheaper corn

This smooth, flavorful Instant Pot Broccoli Cheddar Soup will quickly become a family favorite! It’s perfect as a main dish or as an appetizer to a yummy meal.

Ingredients for the Cheddar Soup I bought:

Whipping Cream $2.16

Onion $0.50

4 cups broccoli $0.84

2 cups cheddar cheese $1.86

$5. 36 – The Whipping Cream was expensive – You could also use whole milk and it would be a LOT Cheaper!

Little More than $5 Vegetable Tortellini (ha ha):

1 can of rotel $0.60

1 zucchini chopped $0.75

1 cup chopped carrots $0.50 (only used half the bag)

5 oz of frozen spinach (Was $1.00 but you only need half of it so $0.50)

1 container of sour cream ($1.00)

1 package of tortellini $2.98

Total: $6.33 – A little more than $5, but this makes A LOT of soup!

Ingredients and how to make it:

1 can of rotel

1 zucchini, chopped

5 oz frozen spinach

1 cup chopped carrots

8 oz sour cream

1 package of tortellini

4 cups of water

4 chicken bullion cubes

salt and pepper to taste

1/2 teaspoon thyme

1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes

1/2 teaspoon parsley

1/2 teaspoon of onion powder

1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder


Combine all in ingredients in a stock pot or slow cooker EXCEPT the sour cream and tortellini.

Slow Cooker: Cook on low for 4 hours.

Stock Pot: Cook until all the vegetables are cooked.

When done on either one, stir in sour cream and tortellini.

Stir frequently to prevent clumping in the sour cream.

When the tortellini is done cooking, dish up and serve!

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