This incredible lineup of slow cooker soups will keep you warm all season long! Sweet, spicy, savory, creamy, and cheesy, this roundup has everything you want! It has enough soups to try all season long!
It doesn’t matter whether the soup is creamy or broth-based, has noodles or no noodles… I love them all! Try out my very favorites and start with some Creamy Zuppa Toscana. They try this delicious Slow Cooker Pasta e Fagioli Soup or this classic Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup!
Warm and Comforting Slow Cooker Soup Recipes
I know that most people think that soup season is only for the cold months. But for our household… it’s all year long! I can never resist a delicious soup, especially when I get to eat it out of a bread bowl! Soup is so versatile, and you can most definitely make one that your entire family will enjoy.
This recipe roundup includes delicious and warm soup recipes that you will come back to over and over again. And aren’t slow cooker soups the best? They not only are quick and easy and cook during the day but… They end up being the perfect temperature when you are ready to eat. Slow-cooker soup recipes are my go-to; I have so many for you to try! Good luck picking your favorite!
Slow Cooker Tips
We all love a good, warm slow cooker soup but no one is happy when they don’t turn out as planned! Here are some easy tips that will help your soups turn out perfectly every time.
- How to Cut Ingredients: It’s important that when you are cooking that you cut all of your ingredients to about the same size. This ensures that they cook evenly and some aren’t done quicker than others. That can result in some being mushy and others being hard or not cooked all the way through.
- High vs. Low Cook Time: You can usually cook any crock pot soup on high OR low as long as you know how to convert it from one to the other. For every 2 hours on low, it’s 1 hour on high. So the time is typically cut in half from low to high.
- When to Add Dairy Products: Usually, when I am adding cream cheese or shredded cheese to my slow cooker soups, I add it in during the last 15 minutes. This makes it so that the cheese doesn’t curdle and get overcooked.
- Place Meat on the Bottom: Because meat is usually the ingredient that takes the longest to cook, I always put that in the slow cooker first.