Slow Cooker Pumpkin Soup

As a housewife, I cherish the joy of preparing wholesome meals that bring smiles to the faces of my loved ones. Today, I am excited to share with you my favorite recipe for slow cooker pumpkin soup, which promises to envelop you in a cozy embrace and satisfy your taste buds. Join me on this culinary journey as we explore the simplicity and deliciousness of this heartwarming dish.

A Taste of Autumn’s Bounty

As the leaves change their colors and the air becomes crisp, the earth offers us an abundance of autumn produce. One of the stars of this season is the humble yet versatile pumpkin. Its vibrant orange hue and earthy sweetness make it the perfect ingredient for a comforting soup. Embracing the essence of autumn, we embark on creating a soup that captures the spirit of the season.

Simplicity Meets Convenience with the Slow Cooker

In the busy life of a homemaker, finding convenient cooking methods without compromising taste is a valuable skill. Enter the slow cooker, a magical kitchen companion that transforms the simplest of ingredients into a symphony of flavors. This recipe allows you to harness the power of the slow cooker, effortlessly infusing the pumpkin, potatoes, and onions with rich, savory goodness.

The Symphony of Flavors Unveiled

With just a handful of ingredients and minimal preparation, we dive into the world of flavors that this soup presents. The combination of Vegeta Gourmet vegetable stock powder and curry powder lends a delightful complexity to the dish. As the soup simmers away for hours, the aromas permeate the kitchen, building anticipation for the moment when it will be transformed into a smooth, velvety delight.

A Touch of Creativity

Cooking is an art that allows us to add our personal touch to every dish. In my culinary explorations, I have discovered delightful variations that elevate the pumpkin soup to new heights. One such variation involves adding a hint of tanginess and creaminess by incorporating Philadelphia cream cheese. This not only reduces the fat content but also adds a divine richness to the soup. Additionally, for those who prefer a milder flavor profile, omitting the curry powder still results in a delicious bowl of pumpkin goodness.

Nourishment for the Body and Soul

Beyond its tantalizing taste, this slow cooker pumpkin soup is a nourishing treat for both body and soul. As the soup warms your belly, it brings comfort and solace on chilly evenings. The velvety texture soothes and satisfies, while the aroma creates a cozy ambiance that invites relaxation and togetherness. Pair it with crusty bread or dinner rolls, and you have a complete meal that leaves you feeling nourished and content.

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Slow Cooker Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Indulge in the comforting flavors of slow cooker pumpkin soup, a velvety delight that warms the soul and nourishes the body.

Prep Time Cook Time Servings
15 minutes 8 hours 6


  • 1 1/5 kg jap pumpkin cut into pieces peeled
  • 2 potatoes medium peeled quartered
  • 1 brown onion quartered
  • 3 tsp Vegeta Gourmet vegetable stock powder
  • 2 tsp curry powder
  • 4 cups hot water
  • 1 tsp pepper (to taste)
  • 1 cup cream


  1. Add pumpkin, potato and onion to slow cooker.
  2. Dissolve the Vegeta in 4 cups of hot water and pour over vegetables.
  3. Sprinkle in curry powder and pepper.
  4. Turn slow cooker on high for 6-8 hours.
  5. Once cooked, blend until smooth. Add cream and stir.
  6. Serve with crusty bread or dinner rolls.


  • I have also added half a tub of Philadelphia cream before. It reduces the fat content and tastes divine.
  • I have also omitted the curry powder before and it was still delicious.

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In the realm of comfort foods, slow cooker pumpkin soup holds a special place. It celebrates the simplicity of ingredients, the convenience of slow cooking, and the joy of creativity in the kitchen.

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