My family is a huge fan of ham and scalloped potatoes, and the reason I love this easy soup is because it’s basically the same dish in soup form. Soup and fall go hand in hand, and this one is so hearty and warming that you’ll be a fan right away. I recruited the family to help dice and chop the ingredients so it would be faster, but you can purchase a bag of diced, raw hashbrowns and they will work perfectly!
This soup is creamy and amazing. It’s reminiscent of baked potato soup but the ham and onion gives it that distinct flavor of the casserole – at least for me. I served this with crusty French bread and a smile. Everyone had a few helpings and we were all stuffed at the end. I loved that I had some leftover to freeze because I basically had lunch for three more days! I love that about soup – it really stretches!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Spend with Pennies.
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Quick Tip: I put some chopped scallions on top of our bowls of soup along with a sprinkle of shredded cheddar cheese.