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100 Easy Slow-Cooker Soup Recipes

By Nicole Doster, Katie Bandurski of Taste of Home | Slide 1 of 100: I've taken this creamy slow-cooker soup recipe to potlucks and teacher luncheons, and I bring home an empty crock every time. When my son's school recently created a cookbook, this was the first recipe he asked me to submit, and his teachers were glad he did. —Erica Winkel, Ada, Michigan Go to Recipe Editor's Tip: If you've been wondering: "how can you thicken soup?"—we have a few tips. The easiest fix is to remove the slow-cooker lid near the end of cooking. This will allow some of the excess moisture to evaporate. You could also whisk together a slurry of equal parts water and thickener (such as cornstarch or flour), then stir it into your soup. 

Slow-Cooker Cordon Bleu Soup

I've taken this creamy slow-cooker soup recipe to potlucks and teacher luncheons, and I bring home an empty crock every time. When my son's school recently created a cookbook, this was the first recipe he asked me to submit, and his teachers were glad he did. —Erica Winkel, Ada, Michigan

Go to Recipe

Editor's Tip: If you've been wondering: "how can you thicken soup?"we have a few tips. The easiest fix is to remove the slow-cooker lid near the end of cooking. This will allow some of the excess moisture to evaporate. You could also whisk together a slurry of equal parts water and thickener (such as cornstarch or flour), then stir it into your soup. 

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