Monday, April 17, 2017 / 19 Comments

Slow Cooker Ham and Potato Soup



I like potatoes. Do you?

Their versatile, filling and pretty easy to shop for.

My grandma's potato soup was killer.

Now I don't know about where you live but Mother Nature is on crack so we keep having these insane weather patterns.

Hot, cold, hot cold.

So it's hard to know what to cook and when.

Potato Soup seems to keep everyone pleased,especially on a chilly day, even in Spring.

Don't have time to make it when you get home?

No problem.....I've been experimenting and figured out a great way to get it done in your crock pot.

It's super easy and full of flavor.

All you have to do is throw a few things together and boom. 

Dinner is on the table when you get home and you can get your other things done.

I have Iris to divide, Lillies to plant, roses to prune and 2 fields of veggies and cut flowers to plant. I needed something simple and filling that would work for my family.

This is it.

Ingredients

t 15 Baby Red Potatoes - washed and quartered

1 Can Carrots

1 Yellow Onion

1 14 oz. Can Chicken Broth

40 oz. Milk (Vitamin D)

Salt

Pepper

Garlic

1 tsp. Parsley

2 cups ham diced and cubed into bite-sized pieces

1 Stick Butter

2 Cups Shredded Cheddar Cheese

1 Cup Sour Cream



Wash and quarter the baby potatoes and throw them in the crock pot. Add 1 can of chicken broth and drain 1 can of carrots. Slice and dice 1 ( peeled) yellow onion into bite sized pieces.


Add 1 tsp. salt, 1 tsp. white pepper and 1 tsp. garlic flakes.

Turn on high and cook for 4-5 hours. If you are going to be gone all day cook on low for 8-9 hours.



Check your potatoes and see that they are tender. If they aren't cook a little longer if they are you are ready for the next step.



Add 1 stick of butter and 1 cup of sour cream along with 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese. Add 1 tsp. parsley.



Slice 2 cups of cooked ham and cube them into bite size pieces. Throw that in as well and cook another 20 minutes on high. 



Stir it well. 



Soup will be a little clumpy. That's OK. It's the sour cream.

If you want it thicker add a couple Tablespoons of flour. We don't like ours super thick so this works just great.

Salt and pepper to taste and enjoy. 

Serve along with crackers, rolls , 1/2 a sandwich or side salad.

Enjoy,

Valerie

For more easy recipes for any occasion or the crock pot go here.

Happy Eating,

Valerie
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19 comments:

  1. Hi Valerie.....this recipe sounds super yummy, I have so much left over ham from Easter that I will use. Thanks for sharing my family will love this Lisa@ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air

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  2. Happy Day After Easter, Valerie! What a timely recipe! And ham and potato soup is so nourishing, especially on still-cool spring days!

    Thanks for coming by the Gypsy. Sounds like you had a wonderful, if busy, Easter. Lots of joy there! Happy week, jeanie

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  3. Hi Valerie, this looks so good. A great time for soup! Glad you had a good Easter. We made a fast trip to the kids and had a great dinner and then back home. 8 hours on the road in one day! Whew! but always worth it..Happy Monday..Judy

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  4. Never heard of this recipe but I am definitely going to try it! Sounds so feeling!

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  5. I love potato soup in all its variations and this one sounds great. I have some leftover ham from Easter that will be perfect for it and some colder, rainy weather coming in towards the end of the week. Guess I know what I will be making for supper! Thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Yes! A recipe I have all of the ingredients for already in my kitchen. Maybe I will try this some day after I complete my cleanse. :)

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  7. I've never had potatos soup but honestly how can you go wrong...it has all my favorite things!

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  8. Yes I do like potatoes. Carbs make me happy and I eat them often. I'll try this for dinner!

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  9. This looks delicious. And it's perfect because it requires little to no effort on my part! God bless the slow cooker!

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  10. I'm always looking for simple recipes for my slow cooker. Thanks for sharing this one.

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  11. This recipe is simple and absolutely a classic. I love the simple ingredients and of course anything in a slow cooker is fantastic for women and men on the go.

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  12. Your grandmas recipe was definitely a killer. I would eat that soup any season now!! Delicious.

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  13. I love any kind of potato dishes. Its my alternative for rice.

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  14. This is a delicious recipe for ham and potato soup that a friend gave to me. It is very easy and the great thing about it is that you can add additional ingredients, more ham, potatoes, etc and it still turns out great.

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  15. I love potatoes but haven't tried them in a soup yet seems like a easy recipes will try it out soon. Thanks for sharing dear.

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  16. I love soups during the cold winter months. However, I can sometimes be a little weird about meat, particularly ham. Do you think this recipe would work as well with chicken?

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  17. Roxy yes you could use chicken. The difference being that you would need to use cooked chicken or cook it longer. Remember chicken will produce it's own juice too so it would be a little greasier.

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  18. My daughter and I always love a good potato soup. And I always love the recipes you post here. I will have to try this one out.

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