Loaded Baked Potato Soup

loaded baked potato soup
A creamy potato soup which includes all the toppings of a loaded baked potato. This soup is a whole meal and can be the centerpiece for a casual weekend dinner.

Overview


Total time:  01 M  35 S

Servings:  3

Calories:  240


Ingredients

  • 1 3/4 cups milk warmed
  • 1 green onion trimmed & halved
  • 2 oz. reduced fat cheddar cheese
  • 1/4 tsp. kosher salt
  • 1/8 tsp. ground black pepper
  • 2 large Yukon Gold potatoes baked or boiled
  • 3 slices of bacon cooked & divided
  • 1/4 cup light sour cream

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 1 1⁄4 cup
  • Fat: 9g
  • Saturated Fat: 4g
  • Cholesterol: 30mg
  • Sodium: 600mg
  • Carbohydrates: 27g
  • Fiber: 2g
  • Sugar: 9g
  • Protein: 16g

Instructions

  1. Add milk, sour cream, green onion, cheddar cheese, salt and pepper and 1 baked potato to WildSide+ or FourSide jar in order listed and secure lid.
  2. Select "Soup" or "Hot" or "90" cycle or blend on a high speed for 90 seconds.
  3. Add the second potato and bacon and secure lid.
  4. Press "Pulse" 2-4 times to chop and incorporate ingredients for a chunky potato soup.
  5. Serve soup and garnish with desired baked potato toppings.

 




24 comments


  • Skyreiter

    2nd line under ‘Nutrional Information.’


  • Mariners1

    Try using 2% milk, non-fat Greek yogurt and two slices of smoky bacon such as Benton’s, a favorite in my Tennessee. That reduces calories and fat. Tastes just as good as the high fat, sodium and cholesterol version


  • Bob

    It is a physiological fact that in the presence of both fat and carbs, the body uses carbs for energy, and stores the fat. So, yes, fat makes you fat because the fat in this recipe goes right into storage. It is also a fact that starch carbs (eg, potatoes) do not make you fat as proven by an overwhelming amount of clinical and epidemiological data. Eat as you please, but don’t delude yourself about the proven consequences. No one is "insisting" that you eat otherwise.


  • patriotsongs

    What is this insistence on "reduced fat" cheese and "light" sour cream (which isn’t sour cream)? Fat doesn’t make you fat. Carbs make you fat. Look at any reduced fat food and you’ll find fillers to give it flavor. I’ll take whole milk, butter, real sour cream and artisanal cheddar any day of the week and as long as that’s not the major portion of my diet, it will hurt neither my cholesterol (which all mammals produce on their own) nor my weight, nor anything else about my health.


  • Blendtec

    We encourage you to make these recipes your own. There are so many different views on diet and nutrition and, unfortunately, we can’t cater to everyone. Please do use whole milk and real sour cream, artisanal cheese, etc.!


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