Hearty Crockpot Cowboy Soup

You can make this cowboy soup with what’s in your pantry. This makes a delicious Tex Mex soup that will fill you up.

Why not get your family together for this delicious homemade Tex-Mex soup? You can make this soup with what’s in your pantry.

This recipe makes a delicious Tex-Mex soup that will fill you up. It’s a wonderful soup for a cold winter day and it’s also perfect for your next game day event.

Cowboys played an important role in the colonization of the western United States. They worked in the cattle ranches, repaired fences and took care of the horses. Originally, many cattle drives began in Texas and ended up on the railroad in Kansas.

Cattle driving meant hard, hungry work. Cowboys would get up early in the morning and “lead” the herd to the stopping point the next night. A herd of about 3,000 cattle usually meant about a dozen cowboys. In addition, there was a route manager, a camp cook and a cowboy whose job was to keep track of the extra horses.

Cook Time 2 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 2 hours 45 minutes
2 Lbs Ground beef
4 Yukon Gold Potatoes
2 Cans Mixed vegetables Undrained
1 Can Sweet corn Undrained
1 Can Condensed tomato soup
1 Can diced tomatoes
1 Can Cut green beans Undrained
Pinch Salt
Dash Pepper
2 Tablespoons Sugar

1. Peel potatoes and cut into small cubes.
2. Brown and drain ground beef
3. Place beef and potatoes in large slow cooker.
4. Add all cans of vegetables, can of tomato soup, and diced tomatoes.
5. Salt and pepper to taste.
6. Finally, add the secret ingredient that sets this apart from your average soup- sugar (thanks to my grandma Hazel)!!
Mix together well and cook on low for 2-3 hours in slow cooker.

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