Baked Potato Soup with Bacon
A nice, warm, hearty bowl of soup on a cold day is something that just seems to warm you from the inside out! Next time you have a craving for a hot bowl of soup, try this delicious looking recipe for Baked Potato Soup with Bacon. There are so many different recipes and variations for potato soup, that when you search for one on the internet, you will realize just how many different takes on this simple recipe there are! There are many different flavour variations on the recipe, like a curried version, a sweet potato soup with miso and ginger that sounds amazing, and even roasted garlic potato soup. But this one is just for a nice and simple, baked potato soup, but with bacon! You usually have a loaded baked potato with bacon on it, so why not put it in a baked potato soup?! Makes perfect sense to me! This soup, as the author from The Kitchn writes, is by no means fat free or low on calories, but it is nice and hearty and sometimes you just need a good comfort food type of meal to warm you on a colder day.
Sometimes you just need a good soup for some comfort food, and to warm you up on a super cold or even just a chilly day. Soup is one of those great things that you can just make with whatever ingredients you have on hand. Soups have long been around and known for being a great way to combine a bunch of ingredients into one big pot, let it all simmer together and then have an amazing finished product that will be able to be enjoyed by a crowd of people. Soups are great to make bug batches of as well, you can make a big batch of any type of soup and just freeze it in your freezer to have whenever you need it. You can even freeze it in to go containers so that you have it all ready to go in a container when you want to take soup on the go. That way it is the perfect lunch that you can just heat up in the microwave!
You could try and make this Baked Potato Soup with Bacon more healthy by cutting some of the fat out of it. You could go about doing this by using some yogurt instead of sour cream, or a lower fat milk or plant based milk, like almond, coconut, soy or rice milk. This is probably what I would use, since I just prefer those things over the sour cream and milk. So you could really tweak this recipe to your tastes and preferences if you like, even add some different spices. Otherwise, it is a wonderful recipe as is, with all of the fat in it. It would totally be the perfect fall or winter time soup that will give you some sustenance to keep you warm throughout the day. Awesome to bring to a potluck or make for a dinner you are hosting too as a starter, or even as a main course! Try this soup this fall when things start to get a bit more chilly. Head on over to 'The Kitchn' by following the link in the section below for the recipe and more!
Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at The Kitchn
Due to heavy website load, we have moved the photos for this article: HERE