As the air gets crisper and our coats get heavier, we find ourselves seeking out meals that offer us comfort and warmth worthy of battling away the harsh winter chills. Our slow cookers really are our secret weapons in the kitchen, as they have the uncanny ability to produce mouth-watering, belly-warming, finger-licking good meals with only minimal effort needed in the kitchen. This stellar recipe for slow cooker potato and corn chowder is the go-to winter dish this season, and one that the family is sure to adore!
This simple, yet incredibly flavorful chowder is comprised of fresh baby red potatoes, corn, onion, cream and spices, all blissfully brought together with the incredible smoky addition of crumbled bacon. A thick chowder is often the most comforting meal in any recipe book, and with only 15 minutes of prep time required for this winning dish, this meal is sure to add some much-needed warmth to the family dinner table this season!
Pro tip: This soup is a brilliant excuse to use up any leftover cooked chicken (or turkey) in the fridge. Simply shred up your chicken and throw it in the soup along with the milk and cream to heat through before serving!