Cauliflower And Potato Soup

Crock pot Dinner: Cauliflower and Potato Soup

Cauliflower and Potato Soup

This soup is a great way to fill up on a cold night.  All the ingredients besides the potatoes can be prepped and stored in the fridge for a few days before the soup is going to be served.   Try this soup with a crisp salad for a complete meal.

cauliflower-and-potatosoup

Cook Time: 8-10 hours

Servings: 8

Utensils/Kitchenware

  • Crock pot
  • potato peeler
  • can opener
  • skillet

Ingredients

  • head cauliflower
  • potatoes 3
  • 4 pieces of bacon crumbled
  • onion powder 1 tsp
  • minced garlic 2 tsp
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 cup water
  • bouillon 1tsp
  • can cream based soup
  • 1 cup milk
  • .25 cup onion
  • paprika 1tsp
  • 1 TBS parsley
  • Romaine lettuce
  • salad dressing

Toppings: bacon crumbles, shredded cheddar, chives

 

Cooking

Fry four pieces of bacon and let drain.  Slice onion while bacon is cooking, while bacon is draining saute onion in bacon grease.

Wash cauliflower and potatoes.  Chop cauliflower and add to crock pot.  Peel and chop potatoes and to the pot.  Add seasonings and cream based soup. Once bacon and onion are cool, add to crock pot. Pour one cup of milk and one cup of water over ingredients and stir.  Cook soup on low for 8 to 10 hours.

About 20 minutes before you are ready to eat wash and shred your romaine lettuce for salad.

Scoop soup into bowls and garnish with cheese and bacon crumbles and serve with side salad.  Yum!

This Cauliflower and Potato Soup is great for a cold night. You may want to have some freezer bags on hand because this soup makes quiet a lot.  Want to check out the Meal Plan this recipe is part of?  Interested in the grocery list for this crock pot dinner and 4 other tasty crock pot meals?

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This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. Ooooohhhhh, this sounds so yummy.

    How do you make sure that you don’t get that strong smell of cauliflower? Is there any way you can even do that?

    That’s the only reason I don’t eat cauliflower as often.

    1. Hi Ena,

      The cauliflower, I definitely know what you mean. I’m not sure there is a way to get rid of it, you have me curious know though. I’m going to have to do some research.

      I have a very, very sensitive nose and I didn’t notice the smell when eating the soup, but it is there when you take the lid of the crock pot or if you reheating left overs again when opening the container.

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