Everyone loves potato soup. You'll find a version served baked potato style, full of cheese and bacon, and a whole lot more in our potato soup recipe collection.See Popular Potato Soup Recipes
Heart warming and hearty, this bacon-flecked savory soup is made with chunks of red potatoes, carrots, onion and celery that simmer in chicken broth with minced garlic.
The addition of white beans to creamy potato soup boosts the protein to main-dish levels.
Potato soups can sometimes be a bit bland, but not this one. This soup flavors the potatoes with blue cheese and balsamic vinegar, and a dollop of olive tapenade. Plus, it's ready to serve in just an hour.
At The Restaurant: $10 per person. Guanciale (pork jowl) adds salty richness.
At Home: $4 per person. Use bacon, which costs less than guanciale.
Consider this rich and creamy corn chowder for toting to tailgate parties -- it's a real warmer-upper! Cut leek lengthwise and rinse well before chopping, because leeks tend to harbor field dirt and sand between their many layers.
Potatoes get punched up with lots of flavorful vegetables in this quick-cooking, creamy soup that's sure to keep them coming back for more.
All the flavors of a family-favorite side dish combine with Swanson® Chicken Broth for an equally favorite soup.
A colorful garnish of cheese, green onions, and crumbled bacon tops this thick and cheesy potato soup recipe.
The base, made with fat-free milk, makes this potato soup lower in calories and fat than traditional recipes that call on cream.
This rich and creamy potato soup is subtly flavored with celery and green onions. It's the kind of soup you'll want to savor slowly...even though it's ready in just 35 minutes.
Each bite of this delicious, pureed soup is loaded with great vegetable flavor...it serves a crowd, and it's ready in less than one hour.
The secret to a 25-minute potato soup? Refrigerated mashed potatoes! Balance the creamy, cheesy soup with a crunchy toast topper.
Healthified ingredients reduce the fat, while fiber is increased by going green with broccoli. It has 71% less fat, 69% less sat fat, and 50% more fiber than the original recipe.
Influenced by his Turkish-American wife, Meltem, Scott Conant spices up his silky potato soup with Turkish red-pepper paste (biber salcasi), made from sweet and hot peppers. Look for the paste at Middle Eastern groceries, or use harissa instead.
This colorful potato soup is a bit on the spicy side. If you prefer a milder flavor, reduce the ground red pepper to a dash.