7-Can Soup


These 7 Simple Ingredients (or 8!) make the easiest soup recipe on the planet.

When I made this soup a few weeks ago on the Food Network’s “Pioneer Woman” show, “Hmmm…” I got a lot of “Hmmm…. Could you make it again?” , “Wow!” Crazy Town!” This recipe is a great way to show your amazement at how simple ingredients can make such a delicious product. .7 cans of soup has been around for a long time and there is no same recipe, but this is basically it.

Prepare 7 cans of whatever you like. Do not drain the jars. Do not drain the cans and throw them straight into the pot.

Mix in the gourmet cheese at the end. Note The cheese I used was a bit extravagant, so I apologize ahead of time.

7-Can Soup

Finished product : Serves 6
Preparation time : 5 min.
Cooking time : 20 min.
Total Time : 25 minutes


  • 1 can meat-only chili
  • 15 oz. can kidney beans
  • 15 oz. can pinto beans
  • 15 oz. can black beans
  • 15 oz. can diced tomatoes
  • 15 oz. can corn (such as Fiesta variety)
  • 10 oz. can tomatoes and green chili (such as Rotel)
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 8 oz. weight Velveeta, cubed


1 Place chilies, navy beans, pinto beans, black beans, tomatoes, corn, tomatoes, and green chilies in a large pot and bring to a boil over high heat. Once boiling, reduce heat and simmer for 10-15 minutes to taste.Add salt and pepper as needed.

2 Stir in the cheese in two batches until melted into the soup. Serve immediately.

This 7 is all you need to make canned soup! And you can change it, swap it, divide it, replace it, You can use any canned food you like!

From left to right: canned chili (which is definitely one of the most dubious canned foods known to mankind), canned corn (we used a variety called Fiddlesticks!) . . ), canned black beans, canned pinto beans, canned kidney beans, and diced tomatoes.

Now, you may have noticed that there are only six cans in this photo. That’s because I forgot to include a can of Rotel in the picture. (But I did not forget to put them in the soup). It just took me a while to remember!)

Once I added the 8th ingredient to this 7 canned soup, it all made sense after a minute or two, but this ingredient is not canned.

But that’s the best part of living at home.

I open all the jars and start pouring into the pot.

And the strange thing about this soup….

You don’t even need to drain the jars.

and laugh while adding chili peppers. Really… It is not a beautiful vision.

But I promise you that it is a symbol of deliciousness.

Mix everything together and gently bring to a boil…

Then simmer for 10-15 minutes until nice and hot.

And then…

And then?

Add the Velveeta cheese.

Now, the instructions below say to dice the Velveeta and add it in.

However, I like to take the plunge and throw it in the pan in big chunks.

Lower the heat and stir the broth until the Velveeta is completely melted. This way, the bottom layer will be delicate enough to make you want to dive in. I’m sure it will be.

Plate and garnish with a little parsley, if desired.

You may be in for a shock right now. You may not believe it, but I urge you to try it. It is wonderfully delicious.