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Slow Cooker Sausage & Potato Soup with Broccoli ⋆ 100 Days of Real Food

    Sausage and Potato Soup with Broccoli on 100 Days of Real Food

    A super easy sausage and potato soup with broccoli made in your slow cooker with enough to freeze the extra. Top this creamy recipe with some croutons or even bacon for more flavor!

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    Two decorative bowls of Sausage and Potato Soup with homemade croutons on top.

    I feel like we’re all needing some new recipes right now. I know so many are cooking at home more than ever, I just wish it were for better reasons than our current reality! Luckily though, if you’re tired of cooking (and cleaning!), you’ll appreciate how simple and easy this new Slow Cooker Sausage & Potato Soup with Broccoli recipe is.

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    For my kids that don’t eat broccoli they actually liked it in this dish!

    – Suzette McQueen

    Plus, it makes a lot, so those with smaller families will have leftovers that you can save either in the fridge or freezer for a rainy day (for when you really don’t feel like cooking or run out of food!). It looks like we’re in this for the long haul until things are back to normal. 🙁

    I’d love to hear what you’ve been cooking at home in the comments. We can all use new ideas!

    Ingredients for Sausage & Potato Soup with Broccoli

    • Italian Sausage – Links or bulk
    • Russet Potatoes – Unskinned, scrubbed, and cut into 1″ pieces
    • Broccoli- Cut into small florets
    • Onion- Diced
    • Garlic- Minced
    • Salt- 1/2 teaspoon
    • Pepper- 1/4 teaspoon
    • Broth- Veggie or chicken (We prefer homemade stock, but storebought will do.)
    • Heavy Cream – Can be omitted if you are dairy-free
    • Crispy Croutons – Optional for garnish, but highly recommended

    Directions for Sausage & Potato Soup with Broccoli

    1. Brown: If using sausage links, remove the casing and discard. Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Add the sausage and cook while breaking it up with a spatula until brown and crumbly. Discard the cooking fat and add sausage to the bottom of the slow cooker.
    2. Cook: Top the sausage with the potatoes, broccoli, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and broth. Cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 7 to 8 hours, until the veggies are tender when pierced with a fork.
    3. Stir: Stir in the cream until smooth. Serve warm topped with crispy croutons (if desired).

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