Easy Crockpot Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe with Kielbasa. This slow cooker soup is pure comfort food!
Crockpot Cabbage Roll Soup
There is nothing quite like walking into your house and knowing that dinner is ready and it smells amazing!
I would use my crockpot every day if I could! We end up with so many leftovers that I end up freezing and using later on that it is fantastic. This Crock Pot Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe is perfect for freezing and using later!
One of my favorite things about crockpot soups is the ability to freeze them and use them on the days you just don’t want to go to the grocery store or even think about cooking a meal. We all have those days that sitting on the couch and microwaving dinner seems like a dream come true!
I am not sure there is anything better than coming home to a hot bowl of soup that is ready when you are. You don’t have to stress about standing by the stove or figuring out what to have for dinner!
Are you a big fan of Kielbasa? My dear Husband John is a huge fan of Kielbasa and would happily have me cook with it daily if I felt like it. Did you know we have a ton of Kielbasa Recipes? Head over to our Kielbasa Recipes page to see all of the options for cooking with Kielbasa.
If you love hearty soups check out this crockpot gumbo recipe! Filled with meaty goodness!
These Crockpot Ranch Oyster Crackers taste amazing in soup! They are one of our favorite snacks.
Sour cabbage – you can use sauerkraut if you can’t find sour cabbage
You can use beef broth if you prefer that flavor.
Slow cooker – We use a Programmable Slow Cooker, 6-Quart for most of our crockpot recipes
Crockpot Soup Recipes
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- 4 Cups Sour cabbage shredded (can use sauerkraut here if you can’t find sour cabbage)
- 6 oz Kielbasa diced
- 2 Cups Rice cooked
- 4 Cups Chicken Stock
- 1 Tbsp. Dill dried. (use more if you like the herb)
- ½ Onion diced
- 1 Green onion diced
- 4– 5 slices Bacon cooked and diced
- 1 tsp Pepper
- 2 tsp Garlic minced
- Combine all ingredients in the slow cooker pot.
- Turn on high and cook for approximately 2 ½ hours
- Serve with crackers or bread
Recipe originally shared on October 5, 2016. Updated on March 26, 2020