This Instant Pot Potato Soup is pure comfort food and I love the fact that you can set the Instant Pot and walk away without babysitting this soup on the stove.
Days like today are pure perfection in my book. Light fluffy snow is falling outside our living room window, the baby and I are snuggled up with a nice warm blanket on the couch spending the morning together and I’ve got a warm mug of hot coco in hand. (I started Keto this week so mine’s a keto friendly hot chocolate but still tasty!)
Jackson has been extra cuddly the past few days so a lot of my time has been soothing a fussy baby and keeping him close to my chest for most of the day, which is where is snuggles up and feels content.
However, I’m taking just a tad bit of time today to share this Instant Pot Potato Soup recipe with y’all. No worries though, the little guy is right here beside me, still getting ALL THE SNUGGLES. haha
I made this potato soup a week or so ago, because Thomas was really craving potato soup and wanted to try out an Instant Pot version since we’ve been loving that thing lately!
I used our favorite Loaded Baked Potato Chowder recipe as my starting point and just kind of winged it the first time I made this. It turned out pretty good so that’s the recipe that we stuck with a tested a few times.
- I use a 6 quart Instant Pot for all of my Instant Pot recipes.
- We used Russet Potatoes for our soup but you can use which ever kind you like.
- I didn’t peel the potatoes to keep the nutrients and because that’s just how we like our soup. You can totally peel the potatoes if you want.
- Badia Complete Seasoning is one of my favorite seasonings for everything. You don’t have to use this particular seasoning, you can use your favorite “All in Seasoning”.
- I used whole milk because that’s what we drink, however you can use whichever you like.
- I use onion powder in all of my recipes because my husband can’t eat onion piece, (he gets sick) but if you’d rather have onion pieces in your soup, just saute up some chopped onion and add it to the soup before putting it under pressure.
- This soup will get super thick as it cools. If you’re reheating leftovers, add a bit of milk or broth to it as you’re warming it up.
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Instant Pot Potato Soup
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