|French Onion Soup, made in the slow cooker! (Photo from Mountain Mama Cooks.)|
During college I worked at a now-closed Salt Lake City restaurant called Le Parisien, and I still have happy memories of the French onion soup there, something I ate pretty much every time I worked. This recipe for Slow Cooker Lighter French Onion Soup from Mountain Mama Cooks starts out by caramelizing the onions right in the slow cooker. The soup cooks all day on low and when you're ready to eat, you dish the soup into individual bowls and melt the cheese under the broiler. Kelly lightens up the soup by using a moderate amount of butter and cheese, but this soup sounds like there is still plenty of flavor.
I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Lighter French Onion Soup from Mountain Mama Cooks.
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