Looking for the best Crockpot soup recipes? From broccoli cheese to minestrone to lasagna, these soup recipes are so easy and delicious.
Even though I enjoy spending most days cooking up fun recipes in the kitchen, I still couldn’t live without my slow cooker.
It’s perfect if you work late, have soccer practice, an evening meeting, or when you just don’t feel like spending a ton of time on an elaborate meal.
But spending fewer hours in the kitchen doesn’t mean sacrificing on flavor. That’s what makes Crockpot recipes so irresistible.
These 24 soup recipes will prove that you don’t need to spend all day on your feet to make an incredible meal.
All of you cheeseburger lovers are in for a treat with this crockpot bacon cheeseburger soup.
Don’t eat meat? Vegetarians can enjoy this dish, too! Just substitute the ground beef for your favorite meat substitute.
I want you to think of everything you could ever want on a juicy cheeseburger… onion, bacon, cheese, and tomato.
Now, put all of those ingredients in your crockpot and let it go! You can even add some chopped up dill pickles at the end if you like that sort of thing.
Not only is the color of this slow cooker butternut squash soup absolutely gorgeous, it’s also low calorie and packed with nutrients.
But you’d never guess it after tasting a spoonful.
This creamy soup is flavored with cinnamon and nutmeg, which totally gets me in the holiday spirit.
Once you’ve let the soup bubble away for several hours, use an immersion blender to get that smooth consistency.
You can transfer the soup to a regular blender if you don’t have an immersion blender.
Instead of spending hours making homemade chicken pot pie, throw everything in a slow cooker instead. You’ll wonder why you never thought of this yourself!
This slow cooker chicken pot pie soup is creamy and hearty, making it the perfect winter meal.
It has all the typical pot pie ingredients like chicken, carrots, and peas, with the addition of potatoes.
If you want to make this a fun meal, cut fun shapes out of your puff pastry before you bake them!
Don’t you just love eating soup when the weather turns chilly?
This beef and barley soup will warm you up, even on the coldest of days.
There are quite a few ingredients in this recipe, but it’s worth it for the depth of flavor in this soup.
Sautéing your cubed beef before adding it to the slow cooker is another way to add more flavor!
Make sure to serve crusty bread to wipe your bowl clean!
Crockpot broccoli cheddar soup is a fast and easy way to make a well-loved classic. You’ll get that cheesy goodness without spending too much time in the kitchen.
This recipe uses homemade chicken stock and cream of celery soup, but you could easily use store-bought for an even quicker preparation.
Use your immersion blender if you prefer a creamy soup or leave it chunky for a heartier dish.
Making pho has never been easier than with this slow cooker chicken pho recipe.
Traditional Asian ingredients like garlic, star anise, and fish sauce flavor this amazing soup while the jalapeño adds just a hint of spice.
You’ll add the noodles in at the end. And don’t forget the soft-boiled eggs.
You’ll never get takeout again after making this simple pho!
Close your eyes and picture yourself walking through the door after this slow cooker cheesy meatball soup has been simmering away all day.
I can practically smell the amazing aroma wafting through the air!
The two different cheeses melt perfectly and create the creamiest soup with the addition of heavy cream.
This recipe uses store-bought meatballs, so it really doesn’t take long to throw together.
You can serve this soup as a meal with salad and bread or the meatballs alone as an appetizer.
Nothing says comfort food quite like crockpot French onion soup. Whether you’re celebrating or in the need of a mood lifter, this soup is up to the task.
You’ll start off by caramelizing the onions. This is where you’ll get most of the flavor, so don’t skip this step!
Then combine the onions with the rest of the ingredients and slow cook all day.
Don’t forget the last step! It wouldn’t be French onion soup without the toasted bread and cheese resting on your rich soup.
Crockpot chicken orzo soup is basically chicken noodle soup for adults. It’s the same comfort food you’re used to with a new fancy name.
What’s great about this recipe is that even though it looks fancy, it couldn’t be easier to make.
After sautéing the onions and garlic and tossing them into the crockpot with the rest of the ingredients, you set it and forget it.
Come back in a few hours to shred the chicken and add the orzo. This is comfort food at its finest!
Enchiladas without all the work? Yes, please!
I wish I made enchiladas more, but just thinking about cooking, stuffing the tortillas, and baking them can turn me off when I’m looking for an easy meal.
You don’t have to worry about any of that with this crockpot chicken enchilada soup.
After quickly cooking up your sauce full of onion, garlic, chicken broth, and chipotle adobo, add it to the rest of the ingredients and let it cook away.
Don’t forget to finish this soup with your favorite enchilada toppings!
I bet you never thought peas could taste so good! Not only is this healthy slow cooker split pea soup tasty, it’s also full of nutrients.
The ham hock can be substituted if you don’t eat pork or if you’re a vegetarian.
While this split pea soup is easy to put together, don’t try to cut down on time. Cooking it on low all day ensures the peas are tender and the perfect consistency.
I’m not saying anything will ever replace tacos, but this crockpot taco soup is the perfect meal for those chilly nights!
This is one of the most versatile soups. To make it even healthier, you can use chicken or ground turkey.
And vegetarians can leave the meat out or use their favorite meat substitute. It’s the perfect soup for everyone!
What will take this soup to the next level is the addition of toppings. Chips, cheese, avocado, sour cream, and cilantro are just a few ideas!
I’m not sure a meal can be much easier than this crockpot ham and cheese soup!
The ingredient list is tiny, there’s no preparation, and it just bubbles away in your crockpot for hours. Using packaged diced potatoes and pre-cooked ham is such a time saver.
Adding in your quick cheese sauce at the end is what gives this soup its creaminess. Serve by itself for an easy lunch or add bread and a salad if you’re making it for dinner.
You’ll never want canned tomato soup again after trying this effortless slow cooker tomato basil soup.
The flavor of the garlic, onion, and bell pepper fuses together with the tomatoes and broth while the soup is simmering all day.
And don’t forget to stir in cream and basil at the end.
Instead of pairing this with a traditional grilled cheese sandwich, make homemade parmesan cheddar croutons instead!
Cube up some bread, sprinkle with your cheese, and bake!
Hearty yet creamy, this crockpot potato soup is just the thing to warm you up.
This soup touts a minimal ingredient list with unbelievable taste. It’s also extremely versatile.
If you want some color, add in broccoli, carrots, or celery. This recipe calls for packaged hash brown potatoes, but you could easily use fresh.
Add herbs for a fresh taste or ancho chili powder if you’re feeling spicy.
After topping with cheese, bacon, or green onion, it really is slow cooked perfection!
Do you ever want your favorite restaurant meal but don’t feel like going out? This slow cooker zuppa toscana will satisfy all your Olive Garden cravings!
Quickly sautéing the sausage beforehand will cook out some fat and seal in flavor, so don’t skip this step.
Adding the kale and heavy cream when you have about an hour left of cooking will ensure the kale doesn’t get soggy.
If you really want it to feel like Olive Garden, serve with salad and breadsticks!
You won’t even realize how many vegetables you’re eating with this crockpot minestrone soup. It’s so delicious, this savory soup will impress the pickiest of eaters.
My favorite part about this soup is the pureed beans. I know it sounds weird, but it thickens the broth.
And sautéing the carrots, celery, onion, and garlic adds more depth of flavor.
Get the rich taste of traditional cabbage rolls without all the work in this crockpot cabbage roll soup. It’s hearty, convenient, and perfect for any weeknight.
Cabbage rolls are definitely a labor of love. Now you can taste all that love without standing in the kitchen all day.
The hardest step is browning the bacon and ground beef. I’m not kidding! Then you add all the ingredients and let the slow cooker do its job.
If you love Mexican street corn, you have to try this Mexican crockpot corn and chicken chowder. It features the same roasted flavor in a convenient soup.
No preparation is needed for this flavorful soup. Throw all the ingredients into your slow cooker and let it culminate into the perfect meal.
Top it off with some of your favorites like lime, cilantro, or avocado!
There’s not much more comforting than pasta and soup. You’ll feel cozy and warm after making a big pot of this slow cooker lasagna soup.
It’s no secret that lasagna is time consuming to make. But layer after layer of pasta, sauce, and cheese can’t be beat.
Don’t expect the dinner table to be too noisy because the family will be busy slurping up bowls of this rich and savory lasagna soup.
Don’t skip over this recipe just because it has the word cauliflower. This slow cooker cauliflower cheese soup is smooth and creamy. It’s the perfect comfort food.
Let the onion, garlic, mustard, cauliflower, and chicken stock simmer away in the slow cooker before pureeing to your desired consistency.
I bet you didn’t know cauliflower soup could be so silky and delicious. Not to mention, cheesy!
Did you know you can get all the bold flavors of Thai food in an effortless soup?
Slow cooker Thai chicken noodle soup is the perfect mixture of Thai chicken curry and chicken noodle soup.
You’ll have juicy chicken breast, a rich curry broth, and the perfect al dente noodles. That’s the formula for the perfect soup.
You can garnish with green onion, lime, cilantro, or red chili!
Looking for a tasty soup that’s also vegan, low calories, full of vegetable, and simple to make? That would be this slow cooker black bean soup.
Toss the ingredients into your slow cooker and simmer all day to make sure the beans are soft. Then, use an immersion blender until you reach your desired consistency.
You can pretty much top this soup with anything you want — cilantro, avocado, cheese, or sour cream!
Creamy and smooth, this slow cooker sweet potato soup is perfect for those cooler nights.
The only work you will have to do before eating this rich soup is a little chopping and peeling.
Letting it bubble away for hours in the slow cooker intensifies that sweet flavor, while the coconut milk makes it extra silky.
This healthy soup is a great way to pack in the nutrients without sacrificing on flavor.
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