Crockpot Sweet Potato Soup
Crockpot Sweet Potato Soup is a winning recipe for football season!
Football season is starting and that means tailgating! The key to a great tailgate party is great food. Don’t fumble with complicated, time-consuming recipes. Crockpot Sweet Potato Soup is easy, delicious, and will keep you warm even on the chilliest autumn days.
With just a few simple ingredients, it’s impossible to mess this recipe up! Sweet potatoes are the MVP of this soup. Begin with the highest quality sweet potatoes, that means Wada Farms sweet potatoes. Wada Farms have been farming since 1943, so they know a thing or two about growing a delicious potato! For decades, they have been setting the bar for sweet potato excellence!
Begin by peeling and chopping your Wada Farms’ sweet potatoes. Throw them in a slow cooker with white onion, vegetable or chicken broth, garlic, smoked paprika, ground cinnamon, salt, and pepper. Cook on high for four hours or low for six to eight hours. Once cooked, blend the mixture into a velvety soup. Put the soup back in the slow cooker to keep it warm.
If you don’t have an electrical outlet at your tailgate party, transport your soup in thermoses or tin mugs. It bonuses as hand-warmers this way!
No Fumble Crockpot Sweet Potato Soup
- 2 lbs Wada Farms' Sweet Potatoes cut into rough 2" pieces
- 1/2 medium white onion chopped
- 6 cups vegetable broth (can also use chicken broth)
- 4 cloves garlic minced
- 2 tsp smoked paprika
- 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
- salt and pepper to taste
- Add sweet potato chunks, chopped onions, broth, garlic, smoked paprika, cinnamon, salt and pepper into a slow cooker. Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 6-8 hours.
- Once soup is cooked, blend until desired consistency. Serve hot. Optional: Top with cheese, bacon crumbles, parsley, crackers.
Tailgating with Potatoes
Want more great tailgating recipes? Download our free eBook, “Tailgating with Potatoes.” Inside, you’ll find breakfast recipes, side dishes, potato salads, and soups. There are also instructions for creating the perfect spud bars and general tailgating tips. Plus, get activity sheets for the kids to do while you’re setting up your tailgate.