Crockpots are the greatest invention given to kitchens because once you set it, you can forget it.
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Soups are especially great for the crockpot because they get a chance to let all those flavors simmer together.
If you’re looking for some new crockpot soup recipes to try, then this list is sure to inspire your next meal.
You don’t have to spend hours making a soup that is just as good as any restaurant. An easy crockpot soup will leave you wondering why you even go out to eat at all.
There are 25 of the best crockpot soup recipes below that will leave you time to focus on the other errands you need to get done today.
Who doesn’t love cheeseburgers? And when you add a little bacon, it really takes the savory flavor over the edge!
It may be hard to imagine that same bacon cheeseburger in a nice bowl of warm soup, but when you try a spoonful you’ll make sure to add this recipe to your main rotation.
Soaking up all that onion, beef, tomato, and bacon flavors in a delicious broth will make your mouth water.
You can even serve a side of bread to make your cheeseburger soup complete.
Not very many times do you get the opportunity to make a soup that is equally delicious and good for you, but that’s exactly what this butternut squash soup does.
It has wonderful yellow-orange coloring and a ton of good nutrients for your body.
The butternut squash brings back memories of the fall and when you pair it with a pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg, it tastes just like the season.
After simmering the soup for a few hours, you’ll need to bust out your immersion blender to get that silky smooth texture.
It’s basically a soup already, so making this chicken pot pie in a crockpot just makes sense.
Packed with healthy ingredients like carrots, peas, and corn, the chicken pot pie is the perfect winter soup.
While your soup is cooking in the crockpot you can start up a side dish of pastries to go perfectly with your chicken pot pie.
When it’s that time of the year again and the hats come on and the jackets are out, it’s time for a filling soup that will warm the soul.
What better option than a nice bowl of beef and barley soup?
While there are a lot of ingredients you need to get this soup tasting just right, it just means that the flavors are jam-packed inside this soup.
It’s always best to sear your meat for a minute before you throw it in the slow cooker.
It will keep in all those juices and delicious meaty flavor with every bite.
Throw a little bread on the side of this soup because you’ll want to wipe the plate clean.
One of the most classic and loved soups of all time, the broccoli cheddar soup, is best when you let all the ingredients simmer together in the crockpot.
This soup doesn’t take a whole lot to make, so it is great to have when you’re short on time.
Use a store-bought chicken stock to cut down on some time or make your own to increase the flavor.
You could even get real fancy and serve this broccoli soup in a bread bowl to impress the entire family.
Pho is notoriously known for taking a long time to make, but with a crockpot, you can sit back and let the machine do all the cooking.
You’ll love how easy it is to add some classic pho flavors like star anise and fish sauce without needing to decide in a few minutes if it’s enough.
The slow cooker allows you to add a little at a time and see how the flavors meld together over time.
As the pho is cooking you can get your noodles together so that they both time out perfectly.
There’s nothing like walking into your home from some errands and smelling the cheesy meatball soup emanating from your kitchen.
It’s hard to only have one bowl of this slow cooker soup because the melted cheeses and cream thicken up the sauce while the meatballs provide a tender but savory flavor.
You can’t go wrong throwing in a little buttered bread on the side to really round out your soup.
What’s best about this soup is you can use it as a whole meal with some of that bread and an added salad.
The sophisticated flavors of a french onion soup can now be enjoyed any time when you know the crockpot version of this dish.
You can take some extra steps in this recipe to make it really pop, like caramelizing your onions before throwing them into the crockpot.
Serve with toasted bread and some delicious melted cheese covering the top for the authentic French feel.
You don’t have to wait to get sick to have some of the best chicken noodle soup of your life.
This chicken orzo recipe is perfect to bust out if it’s cold, if you’re sick, or if you just enjoy really comforting soups.
The recipe is just as easy to make as chicken noodle soup, but you can even kick up the flavors by cooking your onions and garlic ahead of time.
Throw it all in the crockpot and wait a few hours for the chicken to get tender and then shred it up and add your orzo.
Give yourself some high-quality crackers on the side and you’ll feel like you did when you were a kid eating this soup.
Enchiladas are another one of those dishes that just take forever to make.
That’s why this crockpot recipe for chicken enchiladas is genius!
This recipe cuts out all the hard work and allows you to throw your ingredients all into the crockpot and wait for deliciousness to happen.
You’ll need to first make your sauce before throwing it in with the other ingredients, but if you’re looking for a way to speed up enchiladas, this is it.
The best part? You can still add all your classic toppings to round it all out.
Peas aren’t exactly the first thing we think of for a delicious warm soup, but when you have a taste of this split pea soup, you’ll understand why it’s so popular.
One of the best parts about it is just how healthy it is for you.
You can get a ton of nutrients into your body while still having a great-tasting soup.
You’ll need to let all the ingredients simmer fully before taking this soup out of the crockpot. If you take it out too early, the peas won’t have the same consistency.
There’s cheeseburger soup, enchilada soup, so why not taco soup?
All the same great taco flavors of your favorite tacos and let them all slowly cook into one flavor-packed soup.
You don’t have to use ground beef either, you can sub it for turkey or chicken if you’re trying to be a little healthier.
Once it’s served in a bowl, it’s time for your extra cheese, avocado, sour cream, or cilantro.
You can even have some tortilla chips on the side like you were having the best queso of your life.
Need a soup you can make that won’t take you long at all?
This crockpot ham and cheese soup is going to be the perfect fit for your time crunches because there’s hardly any ingredients and almost no prep.
You’ll need a hearty bread roll to go with this soup because you don’t want any soup to get left behind.
You can use some pre-diced potatoes to speed up the process even more.
The sweet taste of tomato basil soup is perfect with a side of crackers and a well-balanced meal, but having it out of the can just isn’t the same.
This slow cooker recipe allows you to have restaurant-quality soup made right at home.
All the flavors of your garlic and onions will simmer slowly together, fusing with the tomato and broth.
Add a little cream and basil to combine just the right amount of flavors together.
A grilled cheese sandwich is the way to go when serving up a nice warm bowl of tomato soup.
If you’re a real tomato basil fan, you’ll give your grilled cheese sandwich a dip into your soup for even more flavor!
Nothing hits home like a classic potato soup when it’s cold outside.
This crockpot version is great for families because you can make a ton and change up the ingredients almost any way you want.
Throw in a ton of veggies if you’re having trouble getting your kids to eat them because they won’t even notice they’re there.
Once you have the soup in the bowl, it’s time to throw on your favorite potato toppings like bacon, sour cream, and cheese.
This classic from Olive Garden can be made right in your kitchen with this crockpot soup recipe.
You’ll want to sear the sausage ahead of time to seal up all those juicy flavors before you throw it into the pot.
You don’t want to add your greens too early in the process either. Leaving them for too long will make them all soggy and mushy.
Just like the Olive Garden way, bust out your favorite salad and some breadsticks as a side.
Minestrone soup is great for kids who hate their vegetables because they won’t even be able to taste them in this soup.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a soup that tastes as good as the minestrone while also simultaneously being great for your body.
The beans add a lot of thickness but you’ll want to saute some of your veggies before throwing them into the crockpot to get more flavor, especially the onion and garlic.
For a hearty and traditional crockpot soup that won’t take nearly as much time as the original, try out this cabbage roll soup.
The soup can be served as a main course because it’s heavy enough to fill up the whole table.
Without needing to spend your entire night slaving away in the kitchen, you can speed up your cabbage roll soup by using a crockpot.
Like the other meat soups on this list, give your ground beef a good browning before throwing it into the pot.
Think of a classic Mexican street corn and now imagine it thrown into a warm soup chowder with some chicken.
This soup is incredible and packed with delicious flavors.
The best part about this slow cooker soup is that you can just toss all your ingredients in the crockpot and wait for it to cook to perfection.
You don’t have to prep anything before throwing it into the pot, so if you want a quick and great-tasting soup, this is it.
Lasagna takes some skill to be able to layer all the ingredients together, not to mention a lot of time.
With this crockpot version, you can just toss in your noodles, beef, cheeses, sauce, and seasonings and sit back.
All you need now is a side of garlic bread to soak up all the lasagna soup.
When you think of cauliflower, you probably don’t think of creamy and smooth soup.
This slow cooker recipe adds a little cheese to thicken up the soup and it turns it into the ultimate comfort food.
With the savory flavors of garlic, mustard, onion, and cauliflower, your recipe will be good enough for you to consider making on a regular basis.
You don’t have to travel the world to get a delicious slow cooker Thai chicken noodle soup.
You’ll taste all the classic Thai flavors in this soup, like chicken curry.
With a little chicken, some noodles, and a rich broth, this Thai chicken noodle soup feels like it came out of a to-go container.
Throw on top some of your favorite hot chili sauce like Sriracha to give it an extra kick.
You don’t need a ton of meat in order for your soup to have a great flavor.
This black bean slow cooker soup is perfect for anyone looking to get a healthier option for their meals.
You’ll need to give this one plenty of time so that the beans can soften, so let your crockpot simmer for most of the day.
As always, if you have an immersion blender, you can get that perfect consistency by throwing your soup in before serving.
Instead of going with a regular potato soup, you’ve had a million times, try out this sweet potato soup that gives it just an extra bit of flavor.
What’s better about having a sweet potato soup is it almost acts as a dessert, but it’s still healthy for you.
Since there isn’t any meat in this soup, you don’t have to spend a ton of time browning and searing.
Instead, all you need is a knife to cut and peel your sweet potatoes.
You want to use the slow cooker because your flavors will be able to meld together over a longer period of time, giving you extra flavor.
25. White Bean Soup
Black bean soup has more savory and deep flavors while white bean soup is lighter and includes healthy ingredients.
It’s huge in nutrients for your body, so while it tastes great, it’s also perfect for families to enjoy and still get full.