Slow Cooker Hamburger Tortellini Soup recipe

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Arla® Cream Cheese. All opinions are entirely my own.

You ever have one of those recipes that you just keep going back to over and over again? My family and I love the ease of making my Slow Cooker Hamburger Tortellini Soup and the flavors are delectable too! My family asks for this meal at least once a month. My son just had this over the weekend for his birthday lunch with family. Mmmm Let’s see how to make Slow Cooker Hamburger Tortellini Soup. 

how to make crockpot hamburger tortellini soup recipe

This is my favorite thing to throw together in the crockpot and let it cook all day. Then when I get home for dinner I can just add the tortellini and cook until it’s done. 

Slow Cooker Hamburger Tortellini Recipe Ingredients

1 pound of hamburger cooked and drained

1 24 oz can crushed tomatoes

1 7 0z tub ofArla® Cream Cheese

3 cups chicken stock 

1 package frozen spinach

2 packages of tortellini with cheese in the refrigerated section of the store

1 tbsp cumin

1 tsp garlic

1 tsp parsley 

How do you make Slow Cooker Hamburger Tortellini Soup? 

First, I add the crushed tomatoes to my slow cooker, Next, I cook and drain the hamburger meat and add it to the slow cooker. Then, I cut up the Arla Cream Cheese into chunks. You cut it up so it melts more evenly as it cooks. Next, add the spices next and 2 cups of chicken stock. Keep one on reserve in case the liquid gets absorbed after you add the tortellini. Then, let simmer on low 3 hours. During the last hour is when I add the tortellini and let it cook. I can’t stand it when the pasta turns to mush so that’s why it goes in last. Then it is just as yummy as when cooked on the stove. 

 It’s a family favorite here. Why not check out what all the fuss is about Arla Cream Cheese? You can print a coupon out to try it for free here! I love that their cream cheese is made with the simplest ingredients. Ingredients I can read and understand.  Make sure you try out their other flavors too.

  • Arla Cream Cheese is available in these flavors:
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    • Arla Herbs & Spices Cream Cheese, 7oz. tub
    • Arla Strawberry Cream Cheese, 7oz. tub
    • Arla Mediterranean Garden Cream Cheese, 7oz. tub

Another favorite way to eat cream cheese is with crackers. Mmm. 

cream cheese and crackers

What’s your favorite thing to eat with Arla cream cheese? Don’t forget to use the FREE coupon and get yours at Publix today.

 

 

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19 Replies to “Slow Cooker Hamburger Tortellini Soup recipe”

  1. I love fall because it’s the beginning of soup season at my house. I’m always on the lookout for new soup recipes and I’m looking forward to trying your Hamburger Tortellini Soup.

  2. My slow cookers get quite the workout during the Fall. I’ve never made tortellini soup before but this sounds delicious. I bet the Arla Mediterranean Garden Cream Cheese or the Arla Herbs & Spices Cream Cheese would be a flavorful addition. Yummy!!!

  3. I am craving something like this! I am always on the lookout for a different meal to do with hamburger because it is so boring sometimes. This looks amazing.

  4. Oh my! This looks really good. I have never made anything like that before. I can’t wait to try your recipe.

  5. I am always looking for new recipes to make in my slow cooker. I will have to get the ingredients I need to make this on the weekend. I am sure it will be a big hit.

  6. WOW this looks so good!! I often make tortellini soup but I’ve never tried a hamburger type – or in the slow cooker! Sounds so good, I need to try it!

  7. If someone can be addicted to cream cheese, it’s me. I love their spreads so much. I will have to try this recipe soon because even though I live in a warm state, it will get cold out eventually. And that is when all of the soup recipes I save all year, gets made.

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