Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup


Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup

Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup
Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup

"For as long as I can remember, my Mom has served a ham on Christmas Day. Don’t you just love holiday traditions? It’s fun to anticipate certain treats that we might not otherwise enjoy throughout the year, and a ham (with Dad’s homemade biscuits) is definitely one of those fond childhood memories that I have continued with my own family. Even better, since Mom knows how much we enjoy the ham, we almost always come home with plenty of leftovers to stash in the freezer, to use on sandwiches, or to toss into a Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup! If you’re lucky enough to have some extra ham in your kitchen after the holidays, then this is an absolute MUST-MAKE recipe! And if you don’t have any leftover ham, that’s fine too…just buy a ham steak at the grocery store and you’ll be good to go! Best of all, this Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup is an easy Crock Pot dinner that only requires about 10 minutes of prep! Loaded with veggies, potatoes, ham, and cheese, it’s a true one-pot meal that the entire family enjoys!"

Yields15 cups

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time6 hr

Slow Cooker Time LOW6 min

Cooking Vessel Size6-quart slow cooker

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This recipe sounds so good and creamy! I really love broccoli and cheddar soup so this will be a nice addition to my slow cooker recipes. I wonder though if anyone has made it with vegetable broth instead of chicken broth. My daughter is a vegetarian and she prefers the vegetable broth in everything. I think sometimes it changes the taste of the food though.

I have to admit that I am more of a broccoli cheddar soup fan, but this ham and cheddar soup looks great! I especially like this recipe because it yields 15 cups, which is perfect for a large crowd. Plus, it cooks in the slow cooker so it's a worry-free addition to a party menu.


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