Instant Pot cheeseburger soup is absolutely delicious on a chilly night. Jazz it up with tomatoes and pickles. Throw in some crumbled bacon for a little extra pizazz! Put your electric pressure cooker to good use and whip up this soup.
I don’t know about you, but easy Instant Pot recipes are such a lifesaver on busy weeknights. With the long, chilly nights here, I love to make soups for my family. They are great for feeding a crowd because you can easily double the recipe without spending much more. Just serve with a side of crusty bread, and you have a warm, filling meal. Today I’m going to share a rich Instant Pot cheeseburger soup with you. It’s full of flavor and perfect when you’re in the mood for a cheeseburger, but want soup instead!
Easy Cheeseburger Soup
One of the very first recipes I learned how to cook was soup. I had the Rachel Ray cookbook, 30 Minute Meals, and tried nearly every recipe in that book starting with the chicken noodle soup. It was the first meal I made that my husband said was pretty good. It was so exciting to finally find my groove with cooking.
This cheeseburger soup is another super easy soup to make for your family. With just a few ingredients you can create an incredible meal that is ready in just minutes!
One Pot Cheeseburger Soup
Are you looking for a cheeseburger soup recipe that can be made in one pot? Just pull out your Instant Pot and you’ll be ready to make this meal and only have one pot to clean! This recipe is made with ground beef and potatoes in your Instant Pot for a filling and hearty dinner!
The Best Instant Pot Cheeseburger Soup
This is the best cheeseburger soup recipe because it is made with minimal ingredients and still delicious! You just have to try it.
For this cheeseburger soup you’ll need red potatoes, ground beef, onion, beef broth, heavy cream, sharp cheddar cheese, and some seasonings. All you need to do is saute the onions and ground beef, then add the rest of the ingredients. Cook for 10 minutes and let the Instant Pot naturally release for another ten and you’re ready to eat!
Want to jazz up your cheeseburger soup? Add in shredded cheese, tomatoes, and pickles. Toss in some crumbled bacon for a bacon cheeseburger taste. Make some croutons or toast a loaf of French bread and you’re ready to go!