Creamy Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup

A HUGE thank you to Hamilton Beach for sending me a new Set ‘n Forget 6 Quart Programmable Slow Cooker AND providing me with one to giveaway to a lucky reader!  No other compensation was received for this post and all thoughts and opinions are mine alone.  Read on for a great baked potato soup recipe and a slow cooker giveaway! #SlowCookerMeals

Creamy Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup - Hamilton Beach - Sponsored - GiveawayAs Fall begins to set in, the days are getting shorter but all the things we need to pack into those days remain the same.  Work, school, after school activities, homework… dinner.  Fitting it all in can be hard.  My slow cooker and I have quite the cozy relationship.  She works for me all day, provides me with a quick, hearty dinner and I get to rest easy knowing that I fed my kids something that didn’t come out of a box or can (though, those things have their place and time – just not every night) and saved myself some time and a whole lot of headache.

Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker - Creamy Loaded Baked Potato SoupI was certainly no stranger to the 6 Qt Set ‘n Forget Slow Cooker.  My sister actually had and loved this same slow cooker (until my brother-in-law dropped and cracked the insert.)  I had used her slow cooker many times to make my famous Thanksgiving Drunk Turkey Breast.  There’s turkey, there’s wine.  It’s all kinds of amazing.  Slow Cookers aren’t just for holidays or parties, they are every day awesomeness!  I feel in love with slow cookers after I found Stephanie O’Dea online a few years ago.  She was an amazing inspiration and has had me hooked since!

HB_OCT_33967_slowcooker_blogger_7 (2)One of my favorite meals ever is Loaded Baked Potato Soup.  If I eat out and my meal has an option to add a baked potato soup, you know I’m ordering at least a cup.  It’s creamy, filling and full of flavor.  Making it at home isn’t hard and it certainly doesn’t have to be time consuming.  A few minutes of prep in the morning and you can have dinner ready in about 10 minutes that evening.

Creamy Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup

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Creamy Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup {And A Slow Cooker Giveaway!}
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Recipe type: Soup
Serves: 8-10 servings
  • 3 lbs White Potatoes
  • 6 Cups Chicken Broth
  • 2 Cups Milk
  • ¼ Cup Chopped Green Onions
  • ¼ Pound Bacon, Cooked and Diced
  • ¼ Cup Sour Cream
  • 1 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
  1. Wash and peel your potatoes.
  2. Add them to your slow cooker.
  3. Add chicken broth.
  4. Cook on Low setting for 6 hours.
  5. Drain about half the liquid off the potatoes, add the remaining ingredients and blend with an immersion blender or in batches in a regular blender.
  6. Season with salt and pepper.
  7. Add additional toppings as desired.

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51 Responses to Creamy Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup

  1. Lisa Brown says:

    i will make chili and rice in the slow cooker

  2. steven weber says:

    Id love to make a slow cooker pulled BBQ pork in this.

    • mamamommymom says:

      That’s one of my favorite things to make in the crock pot! I also do chicken breast with fajita seasoning and use it for chicken tacos, etc. So excellent and freezes well too!

  3. Kate K says:

    Our favorite thing to make is Boston Butt. Everyone loves to use it in different pays, bbq sandwiches, quesadillas, tacos… so yummy!

  4. I loveeee slow cooker recipes and we are a huge fan of baked potato soup! I’m going to have to try out this recipe!

  5. Shirley wood says:

    I do love cooking in the slow cooker. My favorite meal is Black Bean Chili but BBq pork is good too!

  6. rochelle haynes says:

    I would make some chili

  7. Janet says:

    sweet! making this Saturday!

  8. Love using the slow cooker and we all like potato soup. Pinning for later!

  9. Lindsey says:

    I would make soup/chili. Two of my favorite Fall foods.

  10. Susan says:

    I would make soups, and roasts, and chicken, and potatoes, and just about anything at all!

  11. Kristin C. says:

    My favorite is Ranch Chicken Chili! I need a larger crock since I left my 6 qt one on my stove last Christmas and somehow the burner got turned on underneath it and melted the cord. :/

  12. Kendra says:

    This looks delicious! I use my slow cooker a TON during the fall and winter.

  13. amber.m says:

    I’d probably make potato soup in it as the first thing 🙂

  14. HS says:

    I’ll make lemon roast chicken.

  15. Chelsea says:

    YUUUM. I got a crockpot last Christmas and I love using it in fall and winter! I will need to make this.

  16. Marti Tabora says:

    I will make white chicken chili, it’s so good and my whole family really likes it.

  17. Jennifer says:

    I am seriously a sucker for a good homemade potato soup! Especially on cool, windy fall days! I’ll definitely be breaking out my crock pot and making this deliciousness soon!

  18. Ange says:

    Ahhhhh I would kill to win this! I’d make white chicken chili! Our crock pot is super old and probably on it’s last leg, I’m moving in with you!

  19. mita says:

    I would make soup.

  20. Sam says:

    Wait…. I don’t need to cut up the potatoes? There’s a running joke in my family about how long it takes me to peel and cut potatoes. I love making Hawaiian Kielbasa in the slow cooker: kielbasa, a can of crushed pineapple and a jar of chili sauce and you become a potluck legend!

    • mamamommymom says:

      That sounds great! And nope! I cutting the potatoes! If you scrub them well, you could really even leave the skin on 🙂

  21. Birdiebee says:

    I would make my family’s favorite: BBQ ribs

  22. cindy jones says:

    I would usually say stew beef with vegetables but, I think this time I would love to try your baked potato soup it looks amazing.

  23. D Schmidt says:

    The first thing would be sweet and sour meatballs

  24. Sherry S. says:

    I would make some chili.

  25. wendy rozema says:

    The first thing I’ll make in my new slow cooker would be a roast!

  26. Heather S says:

    Pulled pork sandwiches!

  27. shelly peterson says:

    I would make chili.

  28. Jean in NH says:

    I cannot wait to make this soup!
    My favorite Crock Pot recipe is for the filling for Chicken Enchiladas. I made it for a sick friend and her family about 10 years ago and she is still talking about it!

  29. Vera K says:

    The first thing I would make is vegetarian chili.

  30. Pudyqat says:

    I would try making Lasagna in the slow cooker — I’ve always wanted to try that!

  31. Barbara Montag says:

    The first thing I’d make in this slow cooker is my white chili!
    thank you

  32. Wehaf says:

    The first recipe I would make is roast chicken with lemon and paprika.

  33. sharon says:

    pulled pork bbq sandwiches

  34. Robin Wilson says:

    I would probably make a vegetable beef stew or chili first.

  35. Shirley A. says:

    The first thing I would make if I won this cooker is your potato soup then probably chili.

  36. Ryan Origon says:

    My fav is corned beef!!!

  37. Aimee L says:

    Lamb Shanks!

  38. Allyson Tice says:

    I would make Venison stew first!

  39. Kathy Dunaway says:

    I would make BBQ first.

  40. Sara says:

    I’m going to need to stop by the store to get some potato soup going!

  41. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Your potato soup looks wonderful! I would make chili now that the weather is cooler.

  42. Amanda says:

    ^^^ this soup 🙂

  43. AlexisB says:

    I’d make chili or chicken soup!

  44. Rebeccaw2005 says:

    Id make chicken tacos in the slow cooker

  45. Tena says:

    I would make beef stew!

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  47. First thing I’d make is this potato soup recipe you shared. I looks great and I miss soup.

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