Despite popular belief, slow cooker soup recipes and crock pot soup recipes are not one in the same. Slow cooker soup recipes usually take all day to make, whereas crock pot soup recipes can take very long or very little time to brew, it all depends on the ingredients used and the unique flavor preferences of the chef. You can combine a few cans of soup in your crockpot and let it brew for a few minutes, or you can combine fresh ingredients and produce and allow your soup to simmer for hours on end, it’s all up to you (and that’s the beauty of soup).
However, the similarity of the two recipes lie in their simplicity; both types of soups are relatively low maintenance and easy to make. If you don’t have time to watch your food slowly simmer, no worries, both types of soup will readily cook without your supervision.
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