Slow Cooker Thanksgiving Leftover Soup
This recipe is sponsored by Market Wagon.
Thanksgiving is all about enjoying delicious food with those you love and celebrating family traditions. But that means there’s often some food leftover. You could simply reheat it in the microwave… or you could make an incredible slow cooker Thanksgiving leftover soup! This tasty soup gives all your holiday favorites a second chance.
How to Make Slow Cooker Thanksgiving leftover Soup
Thanksgiving leftovers are practically a given for many of us. This leftover soup is a great way to put them back on the table before they go bad in your fridge. And a slow cooker takes all the work out of it, so you don’t have to do all that Thanksgiving prep work all over again.
To start this soup, simply shred your turkey and add it to the slow cooker. Add mashed potatoes, gravy, and any veggies you cooked for your feast, like carrots or green beans. Next, add chicken broth to pull it all together. A few hours in the slow cooker turns your Thanksgiving leftovers into a delicious slow cooker soup!
Thanksgiving Leftover Slow Cooker Soup
- Slow Cooker
- 2 cups shredded turkey
- 2 cups mashed potatoes
- 1 cup gravy
- 4 cups chicken broth
- 3 cups vegetables, any variety chopped
- Add all ingredients into a slow cooker. Stir.
- Cook on low heat for 4 hours and serve.
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How did this soup turn out using your Thanksgiving leftovers? Did your family enjoy a second round of their holiday favorites? Tell us about it in the comments!