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Very easy and convenient. It seems basic but did have a lot of flavor. Creamy.

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Wicketsmom January 06, 2004

i love this recipe my all time favourite turkey soup but i double the recipe and use half cream of chicken and half cream of celery soup and it is yummy my family loves it

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flanneryamanda December 26, 2009

Even though I changed things up a bit, I wanted to stop in and thank you for the terrific base here! I used cooked boneless skinless turkey (just boiled), didn't have carrots, so I used zucchini, and used 3 cups of fat free chicken broth in place of the milk, but we like our soups a little thinner. I accidentally added about 2 times the pepper, but it turned out to be a good thing. This was completely done in 4 hours in my crockpot. Thank you so much! This was so easy and soooo delicious! I even had to give up a little of mine so my son could have seconds. :)

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SmoochTheCook April 23, 2008

Very good! I used 1 can of cream of chicken and 1 can of cream of mushroom. Didn't have any mushrooms either, so just left those out, DH doesn't like them anyway. I also used frozen mixed vegetables. Very easy to make, it was great having the smell of soup and this tasty dish waiting for us when we got home from work tonight! Thanks for posting!

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Color Guard Mom November 26, 2007

We really liked this. I made a couple little changes. Didn't have the peas & carrots, so I used corn. Also, I added 1 1/2 cups chicken broth & 1/2 cup wild rice. We really liked it with the wild rice. I loved how creamy this was - & very flavorful. Thank you very much for this recipe, I will be using it again & again.

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Feej October 30, 2007

Really enjoyed this, added left over green beans and celery. It was so easy doing it in the crock pot and LOVED the creamy texture. A real hit with the whole family and a nice change from your regular chicken soup, we froze the left overs and will be anxious to see how that works. Thanks so much for posting.

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Bonnie G #2 January 03, 2007

This was a very good recipe, though I don't think the crockpot entirely necessary- the soup is already made, the turkey is done, and the onions cook fairly fast. It turned out tasty and it was very simple, though next time I will make it on a stovtop for a speedy recipe!! Thank you for posting!

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Shjya Instance April 14, 2004

This recipe is so great, you can't go wrong. You can experiment by adding whatever leftovers you have from Thanksgiving dinner and add your favourite vegetables and herbs. They'll have more than one serve for sure.

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CheekyC October 16, 2003
Creamy Crock Pot Turkey Soup