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Slow Cooker Mushroom Soup

By: Pam Beth from
Slow Cooker Mushroom Soup
Slow Cooker Mushroom Soup

"I love using my slow cooker/crock pot during the year. It’s great in the wintertime for some hearty and wholesome meals as well as the summertime when the house is hot and you don’t want to make it any hotter. You grab your trusty slow cooker, dust it off and throw in some good ingredients for a wonderful meal! This soup is just that, a wholesome and hearty meal in itself. I serve this with a side salad and my kids favorite dressing along with a nice crusty bread. Everyone is happy and I sure am with no big cleanup. I prepare this at the beginning of the day. After sauteing the mushrooms, the cutting board and pan are in the dishwasher along with just a few other utensils and I’m done with dinner. When working from home, the smells in the house are incredibly delish. When everyone gets home, I always hear, “The house smells so good” That’s always nice to hear. By the way, I like using the slow cooker liners for even less cleanup. When done with serving. Wait until the slow cooker has cooled off. I just pull the liner out and there’s nothing to scrub out. Just a little rinse of the main bowl and done. Whatever leftover can be poured into a bowl or plastic container for leftovers."

NotesEnjoy this warm and hearty soup!

Serves6 servings

Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time2 hr 40 min

Cooking Vessel Sizecrockpot/slow cooker

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