Crock pot Bacon Cheeseburger Soup!

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Today in North Carolina it has be wet, rainy, and rather dreary. I decided early on in the day that it would be a perfect night for soup. I rambled through the cabinets and put this together. Here are my ingredients….



  • Crockpot
  • 1lb of ground beef
  • 1 container of Philadelphia Cooking Crème- Original Flavor
  • 6 slices of bacon
  • 1 bag Ore Ida Hasbrowns
  • 1 velveeta cheese 8oz stick
  • 1 chicken broth stock 32oz.
  • small onion diced

I fried the hamburger up, cooked the bacon in the microwave and crumbled, and then dumped all the ingredients in the crock pot. The frozen potatoes (closely related to buns right?), diced onion, cooking crème velveeta, and chicken stock. I placed it on high for about 4 to 5 hours.. stirring occasionally.

And voila! I topped with fried onions and a little more bacon..It was absolutely delish and will definitely make a reappearance!


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92 thoughts on “Crock pot Bacon Cheeseburger Soup!

  1. I made this for dinner tonight and My old man loved it!! Thanks for posting it! (Even though it took me awhile to find it.)

  2. Hello. I wanted to know what sized of Velveeta you used and how many ounces of the broth?. Also, what flavor of cooking cream? And are they the regular hash browns or the shredded kind? Thank you. =)

  3. Question..

    At the end, you say you topped the soup off with fried onions but in the picture it looks like the french fried onions.. Am I just seeing things?

  4. Did you mix in the velveeta and cooking creme when the soup was almost ready or did you put them in during the beginning?

  5. How much velveet cheese, chicken broth and what size container of cooking creme’? In the cheeseburger crockpot soup recipe

  6. I went to two different stores and was unable to find the original Phil. cooking creme. I found some that are flavored and then regular cream cheese. Can you use a regular cream cheese or a flavored one?

    1. I had the same problem. Couldn’t find original flavor cooking creme. I just bought some regular cream cheese. Can’t make it taste bad, right? It is creme cheese after all. :)

  7. Put in crock pot this morning (on low) and high for an hour before dinner (ended up being 11 hours total). This was absolutely to die for!! The entire family LOVED it.I only used 1/2 the bag of hashbrowns and subbed bacon pieces instead of fresh bacon. Served with shredded sharp cheddar cheese on bowls. Thank you so much for sharing!!

  8. I am not able to get the cooking creme as we are overseas and our commissary doesn’t carry it, what would you suggest as an alternative option, regular cream cheese or sour cream? Thank you!

    1. Hi there! I am sure you can use regular cream cheese. I would probably only use about half a stick and thin it out with milk first. Good luck!

  9. This is an exciting recipe! I just found out that bread products were making my face break out. (42 years old with acne! Yuck!) This recipe means I can again enjoy a “cheeseburger!” Thank you!!

  10. I made this today for a church dinner. It was really good! I used an extra 8 oz of Velveeta cheese (for a total of 16 oz) and used regular cream cheese thinned with milk instead of the Philly cooking creme. I also cooked my onions with my hamburger meat because I do not like crunchy onions! Lol. Thanks for a great recipe! I will definitely make this again!

    1. How much cream cheese and milk did you use…trying to make this for a church potluck as well and can’t find the Philly cooking creme

  11. Good! Used 16 oz of velveeta. Will double meat next time! Really good and gluten-free. Tasted like a cream soup but no milk or flour to thicken. Thanks for the recipe.

  12. I made the Bacon cheeseburger soup today and it totally separated. I followed the recipe exactly. Not too sure what happened. Any suggestions?

  13. What size block of Velveeta cheese do you use in this recipe? It looks like the smaller block but want to be sure. Thank you!

  14. I made this for dinner, and it turned out so well! I substituted the garlic Philly cooking cream since my Publix was out of the original. It added just a hint of garlic that was delicious!

  15. Did NOBODY read the recipe ??? It’s 32 oz of broth, 8 oz of Velvetta ans ahwe put everything all in at once, people !!!!!

  16. Hi Nikki-just found your site and I love it!!! One quick question – on the Crock Pot Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe it calls for a container of Philly Cooking Creme. I know there are several flavors – do you know which one you used? Thanks!


  17. pomg I broke my own rule and did not read the comments before hand .lol i used a 2 lb block of Velveeta and could not find orig cooking cream so i have added more broth and garlic and ill be adding a lil more bacon i hope it still works lol but thanks for the post

  18. We made it for supper tonight for the family and they LOVED it! My 7 year old asked for seconds! We used the garlic flavored cooking creme as out grocery store did not have the original flavor and it was great. We wouldnt change a thing to the recipe!

  19. Sounds great! Want to make this when our big snow comes tom. Had a couple of questions. Is it cream cheese you’re talking about when you say cooking cream? Hadn’t heard of the latter. Also, one velveeta, that’s the whole box? Just making sure. Thanks

  20. Looks so good, definitely shopping for ingredients tomorrow and making this week. I’m taking a short cut, however. I have packaged store-bought bacon pieces in the fridge, and I’m using that. My package says 1 tbsp. equals 1 slice of bacon. Also, I couldn’t find a print option. When I used my laptop’s print option, the print preview window said it was printing 20 pages, and I wasn’t about to do that. I used the old fashioned way – tablet and pen! Obviously everyone else was able to print it, but I couldn’t find a way. Thanks for sharing this! You must be a brave, inventive cook! I have to have a recipe for everything! Not brave enough to try my own!

  21. I appreciate that you are very creative and into cooking, but what’s the deal? Did you try to find the most unhealthy and processed foods you could find? There must be more choices you could enjoy and keep your family healthy. We have access to so many websites that tell you how to eat more healthfully. For the sake of your family, I hope you avail yourself of them.T

  22. I substituted the cooking cream with regular cream cheese, and it turned out great!
    Also, the recipe calls for chicken stock, but the pics are of chicken broth. I used stock and it was fine; any different results by using broth?

  23. Hi I was just wondering if you knew how much this recipe makes as in servings. I have a volleyball tournament coming up and I need 10 quarts of soup thought this would be a good one. Thanks!!

  24. ok…question…. my husband isn’t a huge fan of potato soup so i was thinking of doing the shredded hash browns to make it seem a little less like potato’s. Do you think that would be any good that way?

  25. This has become a family favorite! And my husband, who won’t touch any kind of soup, even loves it. The only problem I ran into was our stores stopped carrying the Philadelphia cooking creme so we improvised. Used Philadelpha Chive cream cheese. Works just as good and actually made it a little creamier! Thanks for a great recipe!!!

  26. darn, I too broke my rule and did not read far enough in to the comments….. I used the shredded type hash-browns, and was not sure what size bag you used.. so I guessed. and I substituted 4oz of regular cream cheese thinned with milk, because they discontinued the cooking creme in my area…… hopefully it turns out, because it sounds absolutely delicious…..thanks for the post…+

  27. Where I live, the Philadelphia Cooking Creme isn’t being sold anymore :( Can’t find it in any of our stores! Do you have a suggestion for a substitute? Our family loooooves this soup!!

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