DIY Delightfully Yummy And Warm Minestrone Soup In Your Crock Pot

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I made this for dinner for my family tonight.  This DIY minestrone was a hit!  I do have to admit to a few changes due to preferences and health issues.  I left out the spinach because I was outvoted 4-1.  I also left out the parmesan because I’m lactose intolerant.  The family just added the parm into their own serving.  Thanks to Little Spice Jar for the tasty recipe for fall.

An easy to make, minestrone soup recipe that tastes 1000 times better than the Olive Garden’s version! My minestrone soup is loaded with good for you veggies, like spinach and zucchini. It’s also protein packed with red kidney beans and great northern beans. You’ll be full for hours from this healthy, nutritious soup!

How about I throw a bunch of ingredients (say, veggies, beans, and pasta) into a crockpot and call it dinner? This minestrone soup is probably going to be the easiest thing you’re ever going to cook. And the best part? You didn’t even need to turn on the stove!

I wonder if it’s even legal for me to call this a minestrone soup recipe? It’s ingredients that get tossed into the slow cooker and a few hours later, they come out in the form of a soup. Don’t you just love lunches and dinners like that? This gal right here is a big fan of those kinda meals.

So guys, I have news. I ♥ vegetables. And you already knew that. And now you know it even more.

My hope for you with this soup → that you make this on a really chilly and busy October night. It’s absolutely perfect for those days/nights when you have only 3,018,857 things to get done, and the fact that the crockpot is awesome and takes on the dinner responsibilities for the evening means you have the 30 minutes you would’ve spent making dinner to do what. ever. you. like.

Real excitement right there. Ideally, that would happen in a big, comfy chair with a good book and a warm blanket. These oh so rare, picture perfect moments are brought to you by my slow cooker minestrone soup recipe.


Images from Little Spice Jar.

For the entire recipe visit Little Spice Jar.

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