Recipe by TLNATION
"The last recipe you'll ever have to get for Baked Potato Soup. It's thick soup and could be served with just a salad. Everyone in the family will love this one."
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ground black pepper
bacon bits, divided
green onions, chopped
shredded Cheddar cheese
1 (8 ounce) container
Excellent soup. I used non-fat milk, lower fat cheese and light sour cream. And I kept adding milk to it to thin it out during cooking (definitely no need for whole milk.) I added more black pepper, no salt (didn't need it) and used real bacon pieces. I also cut up about half the potatoes into chunks and the rest I chopped more finely. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! It's a keeper.
This recipe turned out way too thick. I added extra milk but think that if I make this one again I will try chicken broth. The extra milk made it to rich.
AWESOME! I served this for Bunko and the ladies all loved it and asked for the recipe! The first batch I made I followed recipe exactly except for leaving out the bacon cuz we have a vegetarian in our group, and made some changes for the 2nd batch which made it even better (I think!). I reduced the milk to 3 cups whole, 2 cups 1% (cuz that's what we have on hand), and 1 cup chicken broth. (Because the soup is so darned thick and extremely rich!) I also sauteed 1 finely minced carrot for a minute or two, then added 1 minced onion and 1 minced celery stalk til all was soft and tender, then put in a minced garlic clove and sauteed for about another minute. Pureed the entire thing in my Cuisinart and stirred it into the soup along with the cheese, et al. Gave it even MORE flavor--totally over the top! I then ended up stirring the two batches together and dumping the entire thing in my crock pot! I put chopped green onion, bacon, cheese and sour cream in little bowls for everyone to top as they wanted. Yum!
This was excellent, everyone loved it. I only made minor changes - 6 spuds instead of 9 and I slightly undercooked them in the microwave and then cut them into small hunks when cooled. Then once I had the soup base thickened, I threw it all in the crockpot for several hours on low until the potatoes were totally cooked.
Wonderful recipe for people new to making soup. It's also an easy recipe to accomodate to your tastes. I'm a vegetarian, so I took out the bacon. I also substituted vidalia onions for green onions and replaced the whole milk with skim. You can try soy bacon bits, but I find they become soggy. Also try adding chopped potato skins (it has all the nutrients) to the soup to make it chunkier, or add milk continuously to thin it out. Even though I now need a full membership to the local gym due to this soup, it's worth it. Thanks!
Thanks for posting such an easy recipe. I have made this twice, and I've made the following changes.....I added a can of golden mushroom soup (plus a can of water) I substitued chives for green onions, and I doubled the bacon. Delicioso!
p.s. I have also made a lower-fat version using a combination of Butter and Olive Oil for the butter, 1% milk for the whole milk, and substituting canadian bacon for bacon. I also used 8 oz. fat free cream cheese and 2 cups of beef broth to substitute for sour cream and substituted laughing cow light cheese (3 triangles of the garlic/herb flavor) for the shredded cheddar......just as good, and maybe better!!
THIS is REALLY GREAT!!! I baked Yukon Gold potatoes in the oven for 1 hour..then proceeded with the recipe.. TO DO ahead... follow the instructions until stirring in the sour cream... REFRIGERATE ....When ready to serve, heat potato soup.. THEN stir in the sour cream.. I also had the bacon, additional scallions, and shredded cheese on the side ....YUM!!!
This soup is wonderful. I have tried many recipes, but this one is JUST right. I reduced the fat a bit by using reduced fat sour cream, using skim milk rather than whole milk, reduced the cheddar cheese to about 6 ounces, and only used 1/2 cup flour. It tasted just like restaurant potato soup.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Potato Soup V
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 245
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