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Loaded Baked Potato Soup

September/October 2013

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (60 votes)

This healthy loaded baked potato soup recipe is inspired by the comforting flavor of fully loaded baked potatoes with bacon, Cheddar, sour cream and chives. To make a vegetarian version of this potato soup, omit the bacon and use “no-chicken” broth. Serve it with a green salad and crusty bread to clean up the bowl.


Loaded Baked Potato Soup Recipe

8 Reviews for Loaded Baked Potato Soup

03/20/2014
Anonymous
It's a keeper

My husband isn't a big fan of soup, but he likes this one. I've made it several times this winter - served with a salad and crusty french bread. Tastes like it says like a loaded baked potato! I've added chopped carrots

easy to make --- freezes well
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02/06/2014
Anonymous
Our new favorite soup

I have made this 3 times now and loved it each time. Once for a family with a newborn that I took a meal who gave it 4 thumbs up (also made extra for myself to have.) Another time for my husband and me. And yesterday for my cooking group (5 thumbs up!) I used uncured bacon and the tops of green onions. I peeled my potatoes because there were a number of bad spots in them. The second time I made it, I used red potatoes. Good but not as good as with the russet potatoes. A definite keeper!!!

Great flavor
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01/18/2014
Anonymous
A new staple

This has become a regular recipe for our family. Usually we boost fiber/veggie content by using a whole onion or even adding chopped leeks. The recipe is also good adding a head of finely chopped broccoli at the same time as the potato and blending with an immersion blender before serving - a great, healthful rendition of broccoli cheddar soup.

Easy; Doesn't taste like health food; Good base recipe
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11/12/2013

Didn't wow me at all. Will not make this again.

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11/12/2013

Didn't wow me at all. Will not make this again.

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