Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

Fall is here and one of my favorite things about this time of year is the FOOD! I love the comfort of having a warm soup on a cool night. It is good for the soul. I love to look on Pinterest for different recipes and I came across this beauty on the Living Life of Riley blog. Some combinations are just meant to be, such as this one that combines the goodness of a cheeseburger with a warm soup!


1 lb. ground beef

1 container Philadelphia Cooking Creme – original flavor

6 slices of bacon, cooked and crumbled

1 bag of hashbrowns

1 block (8 oz) Velveeta cheese, cubed

1 box (32 oz) chicken broth

1 onion, diced


After cooking and crumbling up the bacon, begin cooking the ground beef and onion together. Drain. Dump the ground beef mixture in the crock pot. 

Next add the cooking creme, hashbrowns, chicken broth, Velveeta cubes, and the bacon. 



Looking great already!

You can cook it on high for 4-5 hours. Make sure that you are able to stir it occasionally. 

I apologize for not posting the finished product. I made this for a couple of our friends and was making sure the apartment was nice and neat. Judging by their reactions, I think they really enjoyed this dish. I hope you do too! Enjoy!



About Allison

Marriage is a very wonderful and requires a large amount of teamwork. My husband and I are on a budget, like many other couples. We plan our meals every single week and try to find budget-friendly dinners that will be filling and healthy. Saving money never tasted so good!

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