Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Fall Fave Recipe- Loaded Baked Potato Soup

As I mentioned in an earlier post, Kim at a Homesteader's Heart is hosting a giveaway for a Gooseberry Patch Cookbook. One of the ways to enter is to post one of your favorite fall recipes on your blog and let Kim know about it.

One of my fave's that we have quite often in cold weather is Loaded Baked Potato Soup! I can't remember where I found it but thank you to whomever or what ever site I got it from, it's so good and easy!

Please keep in mind that the amount of ingredients listed is a good amount if you have a small family or want no leftovers. I usually double this since we usually have seconds and I like to take it to work for lunch!

Ingredients:
Soup:
1 can cream of potato soup
3-4 cups milk (depends on how creamy and thick you like your soup)
2 cups of home style (cubed) frozen hash browns
1/2 stick of butter
salt & pepper to taste

Topping:
2-3 tbsp bacon bits
2-3 green onions chopped
Shredded cheese to your liking

Directions:
Mix soup, milk, frozen taters, and butter in a medium to large saucepan and preferably non-stick. Heat until a slow boil (watch carefully so it doesn't scald the milk) and simmer for about 10 minutes or until frozen taters are heated through and tender.

Top with bacon, onions, and cheese. Viola!!! A delicious semi-homemade potato soup in less than 15 minutes. We like to eat this with grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches and dip them. Hmmm, so good! I hope you gals like this one.

3 comments:

Homesteader in Training said...

Sounds sinfully delicious my friend. Thanks for sharing it. I can't wait to see who wins the giveaway.
Hugs.
Kim

Stacy said...

I totally love this recipe also. It came from a Kraft magazine. I first tried it at your house, then went home and dug out the recipe for myself. I put it in a plastic page and use it all the time, also doubled for leftovers :-)

Deanna said...

Oh yum. I came for WFW and saw your recipe. It is cold and rainy today and this sounds just perfect. Thank you. You are an answer to prayer for "what's for supper" and not a lot of energy to cook!