Loaded Baked Potato Soup (Gluten Free)

Loaded Baked Potato Soup (Gluten Free) created by GlutenFreeGirl

This soup is so easy to make and yet so delicious. You can very easily whip up a bowl for lunch or dinner when you are in a big hurry. Leftovers of this soup reheat beautifully for lunch or dinner the next day. Just save some of the toppings for sprinkling or spooning on the next day. I really love this soup. As a celiac I often eat soup for lunch. This is one of my favourite soups. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do!

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  • Pierce potatoes; microwave on HIGH for 5 minutes, turning over after 2 1/2 minutes.
  • Cut potatoes in chunks. Combine potatoes, broth and milk in large microwaveable bowl. Microwave on HIGH for 6 minutes, stirring after 3 minutes.
  • Slightly crush potatoes with a potato masher.
  • Reserve 2 tablespoons each of bacon and cheese and 1 tablespoon of the onions for topping; set aside. Add remaining bacon, cheese and onion to soup.
  • Serve topped with reserved bacon, cheese, onions, and sour cream.
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"This soup is so easy to make and yet so delicious. You can very easily whip up a bowl for lunch or dinner when you are in a big hurry. Leftovers of this soup reheat beautifully for lunch or dinner the next day. Just save some of the toppings for sprinkling or spooning on the next day. I really love this soup. As a celiac I often eat soup for lunch. This is one of my favourite soups. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do!"

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  1. toriamarie12
    Love this soup. So rich. I made it on the stove top by boiling my potatoes then adding the broth, milk, and about a tablespoon of minced red onions. I also used leftover Thanksgiving ham (minced) in place of bacon just because that's what I had on hand. Don't skip on that sour cream dollop before serving!
  2. Gluten Free Realtor
    Took much longer to cook! I had to return it to my 1000-watt microwave for at least three extra 6-minute cycles before the potatoes were tender enough to mash. When we finally sat down at the table everyone added salt & pepper because the taste was too bland. It was more palatable the second day but everyone voted this one is not a "keeper".
  3. Pear n Ginger Girl
    We tried this for dinner, and it was a hit. This keeper recipe is a great go-to when you're stuck on what to make for dinner. We added broccoli bits, because we had it available as leftovers. Thanks for posting!
  4. The Baking Banker
    I found this while looking for gluten free recipies for my sister who was just diagnosed with celiacs. It looked so good I made it for my husband and 3 yr old daughter. We loved it!!! Three weeks later my daughter was thinking of what she wanted to eat and after thinking a few min. asked for "play dough" soup. I asked her if she meant potato soup and she said yes. We have since renamed it play dough soup for something fun. It is one of a few recipes that she digs into and eats till it is gone!! Thanks so much for this GlutenFreeGirl. It is the best!!!
  5. little_Leanne
    The ingredients were great together. I must say I didn't completely follow your directions. I ended up peeling and dicing the potatoes, and then boiling them in the chicken broth. I then scooped about 1/2 of the potatoes out and blended them with milk, added them back in with the broth and then continued as normal, but it was delicious! Tasted better the next day.
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