Crock-Pot Recipe Challenge Day 11: White Bean Soup

This recipe was a combo of a recipe and the fact that I just had left over vegetables that needed to be used up. It cooked up really well and though my kids didn’t enjoy it as much, I certainly did. It’s hearty and warm for a nice cold day. A friend gave me this recipe and I added my changes in.

3 cans cannellini beans undrained
1 onion chopped up
4 cups raw kale <- I had half kale half collard greens
4 cups chicken broth <- I used Turkey broth that I made from Thanksgiving
4 tomatoes chopped
3 teaspoons dried Italian herb seasoning.
1 cup chopped parsley ( fresh)
8 garlic cloves minced
Original recipe didn’t call for carrots but I cubed up the left over carrots that were on hand about a cup and a half worth.
Salt and Pepper to taste


Dump everything into the crock pot. Cover and cook for 5-6 hours. Hard directions right? Save your strength for eating the soup!

 I really liked this soup,  it was a nice change from other’s I’ve tried and just hit the spot. Didn’t need to add salt into this at all, my broth was cooked and seasoned plenty so do not add any salt until you have tested it out. There’s nothing like ruining an entire pot of soup when you add too much salt!


23 thoughts on “Crock-Pot Recipe Challenge Day 11: White Bean Soup

  1. Mrs. Sergeant

    This recipe looks wonderful. I tried a white bean soup a few weeks ago and the reception to it was lukewarm at best, maybe I'll wait until another really cold spell and try this one!


    I can't eat beans because I can't digest them well. I get super sick each time I try. but the husband on the other hand. He adores them. He would love this soup! It would be perfect to make up a big batch and he could take it to work with him for lunches.

  3. Pam

    Everything in this is very healthy. I love soup and this would really hit the spot on some of these cold days that we have been having.

  4. Ashley Gill

    This sounds really good… Just what I may need as we get some snow in the next few days! Too bad I dont have an kale on hand.. I'll have to go to the store!

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