Gee, thanks for the sympathy and the chastening, dkb1972; I'll keep it in mind when we next enjoy our favorite soup. As toodles said, what a shame to be so worried and so unable to make adjustments that you can't enjoy good food. As for this recipe, we love it. We use 7 cups 1% milk rather than the part half-n-half, and add 1 cup lowfat sour cream at the very end of cooking. Also, I don't saute onions in it at the beginning, I add chopped green onion at the end and on top as a garnish. Certainly nobody would eat this much fat everyday, but on a cold day it sure tastes great and warms you right up, and if you watch your other intakes you probably won't fall over dead from a massive MI after dinner.
Baked Potato Soup
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MadamPince Posted: 01/09/09
MhmmGarlic Posted: 02/10/11
I'm going to have to agree with some of the early reviewers. My soup had no flavor without the additions, and even then I had to add way more than the recipe called for. The soup tasted like potatoes in milk. I'd much rather have a baked potato!
ellyng215 Posted: 10/17/11
This soup is delicious...very easy to make. My family loved it!!! I did use a small amount of flour gravy mix to make the soup a little thicker.