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10.10.2011

Chicken Taco Soup


   I'm still a little overwhelmed at how DELICIOUS this soup was! It is my new favorite for sure. This one comes from my friend Aimee over at Shugary Sweets. I have made a few of her recipes now, and not one has dissappointed. She is amazing!

   This soup is packed full of chicken, corn, and mexican flavors. What really make it so comforting is the cream cheese and sour cream you throw in at the end. It turns the soup into creamy heaven! I also love the toppings you throw on before you eat it. We did shredded cheese, and homemade corn tortilla strips. Mmmmm...  so good!

   I am already dreaming about having it for leftovers today...   : )



Chicken Taco Soup


1/2 cup chopped Onion
1 Green Bell Pepper, diced
1 (16 oz) jar of Salsa 
32 oz Chicken Stock
1 (1.25 oz) package of Taco Seasoning
1 (12 oz) bag of frozen Corn
1 (6 oz) can Tomato Paste
2 lbs boneless skinless Chicken Breasts
4 oz Cream Cheese
1/2 cup Sour Cream


In a large crockpot, combine all of the ingredients EXCEPT the cream cheese and sour cream. Cook on Low heat for 6-8 hours. A half hour before serving, remove chicken breasts and shred. Return shredded chicken to crockpot and also add in the cream cheese and sour cream. Stir and let them both melt into the soup. Serve in individual bowls with shredded cheese and tortilla strips!







22 comments:

Southpaw said...

I love easy recipes! It looks so simple but the pictures makes it look delicious. I have to try this one.

Val said...

I could eat about 3 bowls of this goodness!

Aimee said...

So glad you liked it, I'm putting it in the rotation for dinner next week, it was so yummy!

So Domesticated said...

Looks amazing... craving this, yum!

Sinful Sundays said...

Ooo, another great dinner recipe! Definitely adding this to my Crock Pot recipe folder. Looks awesome!

Mal said...

Oh wow, this looks fantastic! I know my husband and I will love this soup.

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Carolinaheartstrings said...

This looks terrific. We will definitely be trying this one out. We are so excited to be having our first give away on Tuesday. Come on over we would love it if you were one of the winners.

Deborah said...

Definitely adding this one to my list!! I've made a few soups with cream cheese in them, and they've been phenomenal!!

scrambledhenfruit said...

Soup weather is here, and this one looks like a keeper! It' sounds creamy and delicious. :)

Kay Heritage said...

It's been raining last two days here in Savannah, I need me some of this wonderful soup! :)

The Country Cook said...

Oh yeah!! I'm always in the mood for soup!!! Definitely got this on my must-make list!

Lizzy said...

This sounds fabulous! Love the addition of salsa for a nice kick :)

Jennifer said...

Just getting caught up after being out of town for a week. I returned home to some rainy, chilly weather so this recipe looks extra-good today! Seriously, this looks like my kind of soup...YUM!! Cannot wait to give it a try this week :)
Jennifer

Yummy Mummy said...

This sounds so simple to make! I wish I wasn't 90 degrees here today. Kind of puts a damper on fall soups!

Kim {Recipes To Run On} said...

I love all kinds of soup this time of year.... what a fun new version! Lovin' your new blog design. Great color choices.

scratch-made wife said...

The husband just bought a container of soup like this at the grocery store. I wish I had seen your post so I could have made it for him myself! This looks great. I'm bookmarking it fo' sho'.

p.s. Love the new autumnal look. The pumpkin is so cute!

Amber said...

Have you tried to freeze this?
I just made some, Thank you by the way for sharing the recipe.
And I have WAY too much leftover so I was wondering if you'd frozen it before and how it was.

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Ashlie said...

I popped this in the slow cooker this morning and had it ready for dinner tonight! My three roommates were all skeptical ("I thought you were making chicken tacos but you lost me at 'soup'" and "What's the cream cheese for?"). But it was a big hit! We decorated it with scallions, seasoned tortilla strips, avocado, and kept the sour cream on the side.

Regs02 said...

Making it now and it smells so good. I added black beans to it too :)

Christine said...

This looks amazing. I'm going to have to try it!

Lori said...

We had this soup for dinner tonight and it is the best soup I have ever tasted! Thanks for sharing. I love your blog!