White Cheddar and Chive Potato Soup
Starchy and mild flavored, potatoes are perfect for making an instantly creamy soup base. Whether you want to play on the flavors of the classic baked potato, combine it with another chowder favorite (corn), or use sweet potatoes for a healthier twist, you're sure to find a steaming bowl of soup here that satisfies you.
This luscious, creamy potato soup recipe uses just one pan for fast weeknight comfort and even faster cleanup. We love the look and tang of sharp white cheddar.
Loaded Mashed Potato Soup
This is the perfect recipe for a novice, yielding delicious results with basic skills. If you aren't great with a knife, buy pre-chopped onion, grate or press the garlic, and snip the green onions and dill with kitchen shears.
Sweet Potato and White Bean Soup
Mild cannellini beans give the soup body and protein without distracting from the rich sweet potato flavor. Chopped apple and Greek yogurt on top add a tart and tangy contrast. Nutrition abounds in versatile sweet potatoes; plain potatoes need much more dressing up.
Fresh Corn and Potato Soup with Sautéed Shrimp
Sweet fresh corn and butter-sautéed shrimp pair up deliciously in this seasonal soup. After tasting the delicious results of "milking" a fresh corn cob, you'll never shuck and chuck again. We fully tap the flavor of in-season corn with this kernel-to-cob cooking method, infusing our summer soup with a wealth of rich, sweet flavor.
Gingered Sweet Potato Soup with Marshmallow and Peanut Topper
Enjoy the taste of sweet potato casserole in soup form by topping pureed sweet potatoes with unsalted peanuts and mini marshmallows.
Loaded Potato Soup
This soup will suffice for even the pickiest of guests. Who can resist the creamy, homey broth topped with bacon, cheddar cheese, and green onions? For a wow-factor presentation, make sure the garnishes sit on top of the soup and don’t get mixed in.
Baked Potato Soup
A creamy classic, our version of baked potato soup is rich, warming, filling, and only around 330 calories per serving. Garnish with cheese, onions, bacon, and cracked pepper when ready to eat.
Gingered Sweet Potato Soup with Toasted Coconut and Pumpkinseeds
Pureed sweet potatoes are topped with coconut and pumpkinseed kernels making this soup perfect for fall.
Creamy, Light Potato Soup
A light version of this world-renowned classic creamy soup uses cauliflower as a substitute for some of the potato since it has two-thirds fewer calories per ounce. By using a combination of both, you retain the same comforting texture and taste, while cutting back immensely on the calories and cholesterol.
Golden Potato-Leek Soup with Cheddar Toasts
Creamy Sweet Potato Soup
Microwaving, instead of roasting, the sweet potatoes saves more than an hour.
Roasted Garlic-Potato Soup
Thickened by mashed potatoes, this rich soup gets its hearty, smoky flavor from the addition of bacon and garlic.
Baked Potato-and-Bacon Soup
Bake the potatoes and shred the cheese the day before making the soup. If the soup needs to simmer awhile on the stove, you may need to add more chicken broth.
Grilled Corn and Potato Chowder
Grilled corn ups the flavor quotient in this classic soup. Fresh thyme also stands at the forefront when it comes to making this soup a family favorite.
Leek and Potato Stew
If you're looking for a new version of potato soup, this is for you. You'll be surprised that just a few ingredients can provide so much flavor. Part of the cooked potatoes are pureed and then added to the stew to thicken it.
Herbed Parmesan Potato Soup
Prepared mashed potatoes tend to come packed with a lot of sodium--too much for a side dish. Here we stretch them out into an entrée-sized soup that's creamy, cheesy, and brightened with fresh herbs.
Potato-Kale Soup with Gruyère
Dark green, earthy kale contrasts with the mild yellow potatoes, but you can use fresh spinach in place of kale. Top with shredded gruyère cheese for a delicious finishing touch.
Chunky Potato-and-Swiss Chowder
Used with balance and moderation, even half-and-half is fine for healthy eating. A little goes a long way in this rich-tasting soup that's a meal in itself.
Irish Colcannon and Thyme Leaf Soup
This soup reinterprets an Irish classic: colcannon, a dish of mashed potatoes and kale or cabbage. Garnish with extra thyme and black pepper; serve with crackers.
White Velvet Soup
Celeriac and potatoes are the base of this deceptively rich soup. Serve as the first course of a refined menu.
This version of the classic cold potato-leek soup is also good warm. With a short list of ingredients and easy prep, this might be your family's next weeknight favorite.
Turkey and Potato Soup with Canadian Bacon
This hearty soup will warm up your family on a cold night. For a complete meal, serve with an arugula salad.