Sunday, October 6, 2013

Crock Pot Creamy Tomato Soup from Skinnytaste

Crock Pot Creamy Tomato Soup
Crock Pot Creamy Tomato Soup doesn't really have cream, but it sounds delicious!  (Photo from Skinnytaste.)
This recipe for Crock Pot Creamy Tomato Soup from Skinnytaste starts with finely diced celery, onions, and carrots that are sauteed on the stove for a few minutes and then simmered all day in the slow cooker with canned whole tomatoes, chicken or vegetable stock, fresh thyme, fresh basil, and a Parmesan rind or two if you have some.  After it's cooked for 6 hours on low the soup is pureed, thickened with milk, flour, and butter and flavored with freshly-grated Parmesan.  I love all those flavors, and this sounds like a delicious Meatless Monday lunch or dinner to me!

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Crock Pot Creamy Tomato Soup from Skinnytaste.

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More Ideas with Meatless Soups in the Slow Cooker:
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Vegan Lentil Soup from Everyday Maven
Vegetarian Black Bean and Rice Soup with Lime and Cilantro from Kalyn's Kitchen
Vegetarian Enchilada Soup from Louanne's Kitchen
Vegetarian Leek and Potato Soup from Diethood 

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  1. Pass the grilled cheese sandwiches, please! This looks like the comforting kind of tomato soup we used to have when we were kids.

  2. Lydia, doesn't it though? I never like tomato soup alone, but with grilled cheese sandwiches it was wonderful!


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