Phenomenal "Loaded" Baked Potato Soup

Phenomenal "Loaded" Baked Potato Soup


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For a hearty, rich, stick-to-your-ribs soup that's wonderful to enjoy when the weather gets cool, try this Phenomenal "Loaded" Baked Potato Soup recipe. It's chocked full of all the good stuff including onion, garlic, Cheddar cheese, sour cream and, of course, potato. When you want the taste of delicious baked potato but want the warm comfort of a bowl of soup, this recipe for potato soup is the best of both worlds. Enjoy!

Cooking Time25 min

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If you're looking for some great comfort food for these cold winter days, look no further. This Phenomenal "Loaded" Baked Potato Soup is it. It is so thick and creamy, hardy and satisfying, full of flavor and provides your family with all the comfort they need on an otherwise dreary winters day. The recipe is clear and concise and easy to follow, so there is on reason not to make this wonderful soup for your family today.

This looks so good! It's such an indulgent take on potato soup.

I love loaded baked potato soup! I like to add the bacon to the soup instead of just using as a garnish. It is pretty filling. It is warming clear to the soul. I make different varieties of potato soup and this is, by far, my favorite. It is the kind of meal that seems like it would take a while, but it doesn't.

The name of this soup really caught my eye - what a great idea to turn a favourite comfort food into a soup! This is a perfect weeknight meal or weekend lunch! You could even set up bowls with different toppings and let everyone customize their soup like a baked potato bar! The recipe doesn't specify the type of potato to use, but I'm guessing a starchier type like a russet would give better results than say Yukon Gold? Either way, it sounds very yummy!

I cannot wait to make this soup this winter. I love baked potatoes, and I equally love the idea of turning one into a soup.


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