Easy Creamy Crockpot Tortellini Soup Recipe From Sweet Basil

8b141a5913460a451e3ed05461a8863fCreamy Crockpot Tortellini Soup


24 oz jar  spaghetti sauce

2 cups water

1/4 cup diced onion

3-4 garlic cloves, mince

1/2 cup diced carrots

1lb. ground beef, browned

4 cups of loosely packed fresh spinach leaves

4 cups beef  broth

8 oz cream cheese, cut into 1 inch cubes

8 oz sliced fresh mushrooms

16 oz refrigerated cheese tortellini (you can also use frozen, just add 30 more minutes to cooking time.


1. Combine spaghetti sauce, water,  meat, onions, garlic, carrots,  spinach, cream cheese, beef  broth, and mushrooms in a slow-cooker. Cook on LOW for 7 hours, on HIGH  for 5  hours.

2. Before adding in tortellini, take a whisk to your soup to break up any chunks of cream cheese. Stir in  tortellini. Cover and cook for 20-30 minutes or until tender and hot. (If using frozen tortellini, I would cook for about 45 more minutes, or until tender and hot)

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