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Bacon, Cheese & Potato Chowder

Bacon, Cheese & Potato Chowder recipe
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We've taken everything you love about a fully loaded baked potato and made it over into a silky soup that fits your healthy eating plan. Eat it now, thank us later.
20 min
20 min
6 servings, 1 cup each
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YUMMY!!!! Next time I will add more cheese but other than that it was delicious. I also added the cheese and bacon within the last 5 mins of the low-med heat simmer, but it still needed a little more cheese.
I used cream of mushroom with roasted garlic instead of cream of potato. I added some extra seasonings. Super simple & good.
I am always looking for easy recipes, and this one was a hit! I doubled the recipe so I could have plenty. Yummmmmmm!
This was very easy and tasty!
This was the easiest potato soup i have ever made and it was fantastic! What a great cold weather meal!
This chowder was delicious, and SO easy to make. Without oil or butter, I also threw the green onions and bacon in the pot first to sweat some of the flavor out of both. Then I threw in the 2 cups of potatoes. Once everything started to smell really good, I put in the soup and milk as directed. The trick to make everything thicker is to let it reduce more than the recipe calls for. Once I got it boiling, I let it simmer on medium high heat until all the ingredients were suspended in the broth, also stirring constantly to avoid boil over. I added some garlic and celery to the recipe as well. This soup came out hearty, and thick like a chowder should be.
I added a 1/2 can of condensed Cheese soup and it was so good. I also added about 3 cups of hash browns. It made it heartier and more finlling.
i think i'll add less milk next time
I saute the bacon(turkey bacon) and green onions in the bottom of the pan with just a small dab of margarine then I add the milk, soup and potatoes. When it starts boiling I add a hand full of the shredded cheese. When served I sprinkle with more cheese on the top. I like the flavor it has when it's all mixed together in the first place. I made it once for a dinner at work and now it's requested everytime.
Adding the bacon and cheese gave it a special taste and texture. I enjoyed taking the leftover soup to lunch.
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