4 Reviews

This was very good and perfect for a gray, cold winters day. I made it as directed with a cook time of 6 hours; be sure to use country ham because the saltiness of it flavors the soup. I may try next time to use something lighter than heavy cream, but it was delicious as written, just not light! Thanks Sandy for sharing!!

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DeniseBC January 25, 2009

Very tasty and satisfying. The smoked gouda really gave a wonderful flavor. I actually reversed the amounts of the cheeses, so I used 8 oz of smoked gouda and 4 oz of cheddar. I was afraid to add the cheeses in the beginning, so I added them during the last 45 minutes of cooking time. Thanx for sharing this crockpot soup recipe!

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*Parsley* October 16, 2008

Planned to spend Sunday afternoon making soup--from "scratch". This took maybe 15 minutes to assemble, then I had the rest of the day FREE!! If you slice the potatoes 1" thick-- you will need to turn up the crockpot to HIGH for an hour, once or twice. It was tasty and surprisingly filling -- enough for 2 more meals left. In this day of healthy eating, I could almost feel my arteries clog! -- but fat tastes GOOD.

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NurseJaney March 06, 2006

This was a very good soup.... My family liked it a lot.... Good thing to make if you have kids.... Toddler friendly! My 3 yr. old loved it! The only thing I did differently, is that I didn't make it in the crockpot. I boiled the potatoes and made it on the stovetop. I used precooked precut ham.. so overall it was pretty easy to make!

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Cosmotologist_mom_of_2 February 26, 2006
Ham and Potato Soup (For the Slow Cooker)