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Potato Soup Mix

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Potato Soup Mix Recipe

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This potato soup mix is handy to keep in the pantry for a quick meal, and makes a great gift. Just add hot water to make a cup, bowl or pot of potato soup in minutes. The reconstitution instructions are included on the printable tags.

One jar of mix makes six cups, or four (1-1/2 cup) bowls of soup. It contains instant potato flakes, dry milk, plus all the herbs and seasonings you need to make a delicious and nutritious potato soup – with absolutely no peeling or chopping required. Be selective when choosing your ingredients, and skip all the unnecessary sodium and preservatives.

My oldest daughter is a sophomore in college, and I developed this recipe with her in mind. I wanted to provide her with some healthy, shelf-stable meal options that she could whip up in a flash. This just-add-water potato soup mix definitely fits the bill. You don’t even have to have a stove to make it. Just heat up some water in a microwave or coffee maker, and you’re in business.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy gift idea, this potato soup mix is it. Give it to college kids, singles, busy families, seniors and camping enthusiasts. It’s a no-clutter gift that’s guaranteed to make someone else’s life easier.

Bowl of Potato Soup

Potato Soup Mix Recipe

This soup mix has been sized to fit in a quart jar. It contains enough servings to make six cups, or four (1-1/2 cup) bowls of potato soup.

Ingredients:

To keep the junk out of your potato soup mix, choose instant potato flakes, where potato is the only listed ingredient, and opt for a no or low-sodium, no-msg bouillon. I used Bob’s Red Mill Potato Flakes Instant Mashed Potatoes in my mix.

What You Do:

Potato Soup Mix in a Mixing Bowl

Mix ingredients together in a large bowl. Then, transfer to a quart jar.

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Printable Potato Soup Mix Labels

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Here are free, printable tags that you can use to gift this potato soup mix. Just cut them out; punch a hole in the top; and tie one around each jar.

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Pot of Potato Soup

How to Use Potato Soup Mix

Making potato soup from this mix is a cinch. Just decide how much you want to make. Then, follow the instructions below:

To Make 1 Cup: Combine 2/3 cup mix + 1 cup boiling water

To Make 1 Bowl: Combine 1 cup mix + 1-1/2 cups boiling water

To Make 1 Pot: Combine 1 jar of mix + 6 cups boiling water

Stir the soup mix into the water with a fork or whisk (to prevent lumps). Allow the soup to thicken for a few minutes. Then, add any toppings you’d like (shredded cheese, bacon, chives), and enjoy!

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Potato Soup Mix

This potato soup mix makes a quick meal. Stock your pantry, or give it as a gift.

  • Author: Erin Huffstetler, MyFrugalHome.com
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 2 minutes
  • Yield: 1 dry quart 1x
  • Category: Mixes
  • Method: Mix
  • Cuisine: Global

Ingredients

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  • 2 cups instant potato flakes
  • 2 cups non-fat dry milk
  • 1 Tbsp chicken or vegetable bouillon powder (or 3 bouillon cubes)
  • 2 tsp dried chopped onions
  • 1 tsp dried parsley
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper

Instructions

To Make Potato Soup Mix:

Mix ingredients together. Store in a quart jar.

Makes 6 cups, or 4 (1-1/2 cup) bowls of soup.

To Make Potato Soup:

1 Cup: 2/3 cup mix + 1 cup boiling water

1 Bowl: 1 cup mix + 1-1/2 cups boiling water

1 Pot: 1 jar of mix + 6 cups boiling water

Stir mix into water with a fork or whisk (to break up any lumps). Allow soup to thicken for a few minutes. Then, add any toppings you want (cheese, bacon, green onions, etc.), and serve.

 

 

Notes

  • Use low or no-sodium bouillon for a nutritious meal.

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