Crock Pot Soup – from Simple Details

Hello, friends, I hope you had a wonderful weekend!  Today my family and I are out-of-town. I’m doing a bit of work for a client and the rest of the week we are taking our kiddos on a much needed vacation!  To help me out while I’m gone I asked a couple of my blog besties to guest post.  Today meet Pam from Simple Details!  She’s sharing an amazing recipe – perfect for the chilliness of Fall – and even better it goes in the crock pot!  I love crock pot meals.  If you have time today head on over to Pam’s blog and dig around a bit – she has some amazing projects she’s shared over the past 2 years :)
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Hi friends of Jill, I’m Pam from Simple Details, and thrilled to be filling in for my sweet friend! Jill has been a blogging friend since I first started two years ago, she is such an inspiration and couldn’t be more humble! I’m always asking her how she does it all, home schooling, a blog, diy projects, a sewing business, an etsy shop, her faith, furniture makeovers, photography and you all know the list goes on, and on. Pretty amazing! I’m sharing a favorite fall recipe that my family loves!
What’s better than Baked Potato Soup on a chilly, fall day?

~   SIMPLE CROCK POT Baked Potato Soup   ~

I found the blog A Year of Slow Cooking a couple of years ago,

Stephanie actually used her crock pot for 365 days!
I’m a fan of crock pot meals for sure, and of this soup,
but I think I’d throw mine through the window if I had to use it every day for a year!
I love that all of her recipes include reviews from her family, including kiddos!

Baked Potato Soup Recipe

I tweaked it a bit.

I use 1- 8 oz. package of cream cheese (low fat) instead of 2 and since I saved all those calories I add a cup or two of American cheese.

This soup is perfect for a casual fall get-together with friends.

A simple menu of soup, salad, dessert and you’re set for a relaxed, intimate evening.

Creating a cozy fall atmosphere is the secret, light some candles, start a fire, and I love this idea for serving soup on a rustic bread board.

                                       
Mmm, mmm  ~  Simple!

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Thank you for having me Jill,
 I hope you’re having a wonderful time with your family!


Thank you SO much Pam for sharing with us today, you have me all ready for a soup supper!  You made me blush over your sweet comments about me!  God bless you and your family and take care of you!

Jill

Sew a Fine Seam

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  1. YUM! this looks easy and delicious- my kind of soup!
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  2. Julia @Cuckoo4Design says:

    Yummy! I think I might have to try this because we love soup in our house.

  3. Baked potato soup is one of my family’s favorites, I can’t wait to try this crock pot version – thanks Pam!! Jill, so happy to meet you and your blog and as a newby sewer, I can’t wait to poke around your blog!

  4. This sounds so delicious, Pam and I can’t wait to try it – maybe tonight!! Thrilled to find and follow this new to me blog ~

  5. Yummy!!!! Thanks for sharing, I need this for the upcoming Halloween night!
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  6. Sounds yummy….today is a little chilly outside and is a perfect day for soup!

  7. Thanks for having me Jill! Hope you’re having a wonderful time!
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  8. sounds delicious! I love a good crock pot soup!

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