Hearty Slow Cooker Tomato Soup
This slow-cooked tomato soup is an absolute delight as it is packed with a ton of flavor. It’s super easy to prepare and worth doing.
The flavors of this soup will set you back for seconds or even thirds. It features the traditional tomato flavor combinations you know and love, such as basil, oregano and even bell pepper.
I love making this soup as it’s super easy and tastes much better than store-bought canned tomato soup. The best part is that you can easily alter the recipe to better suit your taste buds.
This soup is great year-round, making it the perfect one to keep at the top of your recipe stack. I love doing it when I need to feed enough people but I run out of money.
You should find that this recipe will feed six people, but that can vary depending on how hungry they are. You can duplicate the recipe or make some side dishes to feed more people.
best part about making this slow-cooking tomato soup from scratch is that you can decide on flavorings
Grated Parmesan is always a great way to finish a hearty tomato soup. I recommend grating the parmesan over the top of the soup after it has been served. You can try other cheese combinations if you don’t like Parmesan.
If you like your herbal soup, add more herbs. We use basil, bay leaf, and oregano, but there are many others you can add. Some of the herbs you can add include chives, dill, marjoram, parsley, rosemary, tarragon or even thyme will work very well.
Crispy diced bacon is an excellent addition to any slow-cooking soup. I would simply spread the bacon over the top of the soup after you had served it in bowls. Alternatively, you can mix the bacon into the soup, so you get all those delicious bacon flavors.
Of course, there are always more ways to improve this delicious soup. If you have any suggestions, be sure to let us know.
What to serve with tomato
soup This soup
is excellent with no side dishes, but I love having it with some fresh bread or some croutons
You can make some fried cheese sticks to dip into the soup. The sticks are super easy to make and are perfect for wetting. They’re also relatively cheap to make, so they’re great if you’re on a budget.
A classic toasted sandwich is also an ideal accompaniment to take with this delicious soup. You can eat them separately, or you can dip the toast in the soup for a match made in heaven.
To double the tomato, you can always make some bruschetta to serve along with this tomato soup. It’s a delicious side dish, but it involves a little more preparation time in the kitchen.
Be sure to let us know any of your ideas for serving this delicious soup by leaving a comment at the bottom of this page.
How long to keep
leftovers Keeping leftovers as soup is the best easy lunch ever. I love eating leftover soup at work the next day, and it’s a great way to save a little money.
You should find that leftovers will keep for up to three days in the refrigerator. Alternatively, it should last up to six months in the freezer, maybe even longer.
The following video will quickly take you through all the steps to make this delicious tomato soup in a slow cooker.
Alternatively, there’s also a recipe written just below the video. If you like this recipe, be sure to check out our many other great slow cooker recipes.
It’s overwhelming how many recipes there are for slow cooker. Below are a couple of my favorite recipes that I highly recommend you try below.
There are many tomato-based recipes that you can make in the slow cooker. For example, I love making a good marinara sauce in the slow cooker. It is perfect for pasta and much more.
Another great soup you can make in the slow cooker is pumpkin soup. It is rich, creamy and the perfect dish for a cold winter day. I love eating it with some fresh bread.
love this slow cook tomato soup, and I hope you do too. If you have some comments, tips, or anything else, feel free to leave a comment below.