Bacon Potato Soup

Ever have extra ingredients in the fridge and pantry? For me, it’s always some bacon and potatoes. And you can reliably make a quick and tasty soup out of it!
This can even be done in the microwave! But of course, you can always stew it in a pot.


  • 4 cups potatoes
  • 12 oz bacon or 6 slices
  • 1 onion
  • 5 Tbsp GFCF margarine
  • 1 cup celery
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • 1 carrot
  • 2 cups GFCF Milk alternative


  • Crisp and crumble bacon
  • Chop onion and celery
  • Dice potatoes
  • Slice carrot
  • In a casserole dish, add everything except the milk
  • Cover loosely
  • Microwave on high for 13-15 min or until potatoes are tender, stirring once
  • Stir in milk, salt and pepper
  • Cover again
  • Microwave on high for another 8 min
  • With the same timing, you can simmer this in a pot on your stove top!



  • GFCF – gluten free casein free
  • SF – soy  free
  • EF – egg free


  1. paquinewg

    Love your simple yet delicioius meals!

  2. partickside

    This saves me time every now and then, no need to go to the store

  3. cleankop1

    i’m getting hungry just reading this recipe

  4. partickside

    Adding some of the bacon fat back takes it to another level

  5. paquinewg

    ^I agreee, otherwise so much flavor down the drain

  6. cleankop1

    heavy cream works great too

  7. richtimage

    Omg I wanna try this

  8. partickside

    This soup changed how I soup

  9. docgreysr

    only 6 slices of bacon?

  10. richtimage

    seriously, why stop there when you can use the whole package

  11. docgreysr

    so bacon soup!

  12. richtimage

    bacon bacon bacon

  13. docgreysr

    pooooootatooo – probably some Minion somewhere

  14. wilthyve060

    yummyyyyy bacon

  15. cornut0025

    can i leave the potato skins on?

  16. ungngsam

    sure but wash them well first

  17. wilthyve060

    fat is flavor!

  18. cornut0025

    sounds so heavy, think I’ll pass

  19. wilthyve060

    but bacon!

  20. cornut0025

    that’s exactly what I mean

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