Crock Pot Vegetable Soup
I forgot to take a picture when this was finished. I'm sorry! It looked so tasty and yummy I just had to devour it! I'll take a picture next time when I fix it (it's a weekly/biweekly meal around here.) But I promise, it looks a lot better than the last picture down there! All those white specks from the beef broth are all gone and it looks better than Cambell's! Tastes better too!
I originally got this recipe off of my mother and law, and unfortunately she doesn't really remember where she got it, so I can't give credit to anyone for this particular recipe. All I can say is that it is DE-LISH-US!
What You Will Need for This Recipe:
• A bag of frozen mixed vegetables
• 1-2 pounds of browned ground hamburger (depending on how much meat you want in the soup) (You can also substitute beef cubes)
• Beef Broth
• Tomato Soup
Dishes Used During the Preparation Process: 3
Crock Pot (although crock pot liners help!), Skillet to brown hamburger, and spatula.
Step One: Brown the hamburger
Step Two: Drain the hamburger grease. I didn't take a picture of this because I don't have 700 hands, but I run the smoking hot water while I pour the ground beef into a strainer. The grease goes down the drain and the yummy cooked beef is way less greasy!
Step Three: Put the ground beef in the crock pot. I have a 7qt, which is ENTIRELY too large for my little family of two, but it will have to do. I also used a crock pot liner for easy clean up.
Step Four: Add large can of tomato soup.
Step Five: Add your mixed vegetables (this is to taste, I like a lot of veggies in my soup so I add more.)
Step Six: Add two-three cans of beef broth, until it has a good soupy texture.
Step Seven: Stir the soup, and cook on low for around six hours.
Happy cooking! ♥ Jess