Creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup with Pesto

Tomatoe Pesto Tortellini Soup

Soup season is in full swing and this Tomato Tortellini Soup with Pesto is just the recipe to warm your belly.  Any recipe that lends itself to a slow cooker and very little prep is a galley recipe for sure.  This dish combines comfort on cool fall days with ease of preparation and surprisingly terrific taste.  Let us know how you liked it!

Ingredients to Make Tomato Tortellini Soup with Pesto

    1 Family Size Can of Tomato Soup
    2 Cups Milk
    1 Cup Chicken Broth
    2 Teaspoons Pesto
    1 Pound Frozen Cheese Tortellini
    1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese

Instructions for Making Tomato Tortellini Soup with Pesto

Step 1 – Pour the tomato soup, milk, chicken broth and pesto into the slow cooker and cook on low for 3 hours

Step 2 – 30 minutes before you are ready to eat add the Frozen Cheese Tortellini to the soup and let it cook, if you put the tortellini in for the entire three hours it becomes mushy so wait until the end.

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This recipe is courtesy of The Taylor House

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