We’re sharing Healthy Slow Cooker Chicken Potato Soup today… Thick, creamy, and seemingly sinful!
Don’t you love meals that feel and taste super naughty, but aren’t?
Potato soup has always been one of my favorite soups for fall and winter. It’s a hearty, low cost, family-friendly dish my mother turned into an art form over the years. Making it always reminds me of her.
We ate potato soup often during my childhood. It always made the house smell deliciously welcoming.
I’ve remade my mom’s potato many times over the years. It never ceases to amaze me how simple it is. It’s also easy to adjust for personal taste and for health.
Yes, potato soup is a carb-based dish. Yet it can still be made as a low fat dinner, loaded with vitamins and minerals!
Today I’m sharing my Healthy Slow Cooker Chicken Potato Soup variation of mom’s soup.
It is dairy free, gluten free, low fat (especially if you use turkey bacon), and packed with protein and veggies!
You can make this Healthy Slow Cooker Chicken Potato Soup either in a crockpot as directed, or on the stovetop if you are short on time.
Either way, you end up with a lovely rustic, yet silky, texture and a spectacular savory flavor.
This is a long slow cooker recipe.
It takes a lot of time for the potatoes to break down and thicken the broth in a crock pot. That means you really can leave the crock bubbly all day, even up to 12 hours. Then come home to a wafting bacon and herb aroma that will make you smile.
On the flip side, the stovetop version takes less than an hour.
That makes our Healthy Slow Cooker Chicken Potato Soup versatile enough for any night of the week.
I think mom would approve of my adjusted Healthy Slow Cooker Chicken Potato Soup. And I think you will too!
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