- 1 pound italian sausage
- 32 ounces chicken broth
- 28 ounces petite diced tomatoes
- 21 1/2 ounces tomato soup
- 16 ounces chive and onion cream cheese spread (softened)
- 18 ounces cheese tortellini (refrigerated, uncooked)
PER SERVING *
|Calories690Calories from Fat410|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat410|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Marcy 10 hours ago
Everyone loved it and asked when we would have it again!
Susan 5 days ago
Delicious! A crowd favorite!
Alicia L. 7 days ago
Turned out sooo good, I added a little bit of minced garlic and about a 3 cups of fresh spinach I got from a recommendation in the review comments and it came out AMAZING! Will be making this a staple.
Jessica 9 days ago
Delicious! Easy and will make again!
Stephanie Milburn 10 days ago
It was good but really spicey. Next time I might make it with regular pork sausage instead of Italian sausage
Erika 12 days ago
Really yummy! Great flavor if you’re feeling stuck in an eating routine rut. (I slow cooked on high for half the time, about 3 hours)
Katie Sundquist 15 days ago
i used kielbasa instead of Italian sausage and it turned out amazing
Steven Shellenberger 17 days ago
Used an 8oz block of 1/3rd reduced fat cream cheese and an 8oz package of 1/3 reduced fat sour creme with fresh chives. Soup came out wonderful!
RandynBrandybrewer G. 19 Nov
great!!! will make again. try it with chicken!!!!
Hayley H. 19 Nov
Nice, I ended up fudging the recipe though. Used normal sausages and dried basil and oregano. A packet of rich tomato soup with a couple cups of water. About 1/2c cream cheese with dried chives and a tin of savoury tomatoes. I wouldnt add any more cream cheese than I did as it was rich enough was it was.
Ritter 18 Nov
This was EXCELLENT! I’m not quite sure why you cook the first part for so long, but it certainly was extremely tasty!
Mark 17 Nov
Tasty but missing something
matt jacobs 14 Nov
Looks better than it tastes. Not bad, but not great either.
Elizabeth Brandyberry 10 Nov
this is amazing! Going to be a staple in my house from now on. Super easy to make and everyone loved it. I did only use one can of tomato soup instead of two. But I was very happy with the amount of liquid, dont plan on ever using the second can as they say.
Maricel B. 8 Nov
Awesome! Added spinach and Kale and other than that followed recipe exactly. For some people who would like the soup a little thinner, should probably add another 16 oz of broth.
Brian Blalock 7 Nov
not great, too liquidy and tated too muvh like cream cheese, next time i would omit the chicken broth entirely and replace the cream Cheese with a cuo of parmesan
Kristina Czarny 4 Nov
Very delicious, my husband loved it and we will definitely make again. I think next time i might do less cream cheese because it was a little too creamy especially since there are cheese filled tortellini. Over all flavors are awesome
Masey Taylor 3 Nov
Cream cheese taste is very strong. Not a big fan
Rene' J. 1 Nov
Delicious. Super easy. I did everything in the instauró and put it on the slow-cook setting. The cream cheese makes it pretty high calorie, but that aside, we loved it. I used mini cheese filled raviolis from Trader Joe’s since I didn’t have tortalini..
Lisa Bennett 29 Oct
I made this and it was outstanding, so easy and delicious, cook your favorite bread or add croutons and a salad and it's a fabulous meal. This is definitely a winner.
Donnely Oppy 24 Oct
This was delicious. A co-worker shared this recipe with me to bring in for our "SoupTACULAR" week at work. It was super easy to make and few ingredients. Basically I doubled the recipe and it cost me less than $30, so a single batch would be cheap and you would have leftovers! <3 love it!
Ashley L. 23 Oct
This was absolutely delicious! Will be a staple at my house. Also great to freeze for quick meal prep lunches later
Sammy McCollum 16 Oct
Delicious!!! So creamy and flavorful and easy
Alaina Emde 14 Oct
I ended up only putting about half of the cream cheese, and also added bay leaf, Italian seasoning, ground pepper, and fresh basil to mine. Instead of slow cooking it, I added everything to my instant pot and cooking on high for 4 minutes (I could have probably done 3, though) and it turned out lovely!
Angella McKinnon 10 Oct
It was good but the tortellini was soggy. I also tasted it prior to adding the cream cheese, and I rather preferred it without. Will make again in the instant pot under soup setting next time and without cream cheese. Would be tasty topped with Romano cheese or Parmesan.
Emily Carlson 3 Oct
Soo so so so yummy. I cooked on high for 3.5 hours and then on low for 1 hour and it was perfect. Making again. And again. And again. So easy.
Dino 24 Sep
I added spinach and used tomato bisque soup!
Christina 4 Feb
Really loved this recipe! Was super easy and makes a lot of soup! I added a bit of Parmesan on top and replaced the Italian sausage with Morning Star sausage (I like to try to eat “veggie” meats). Super creamy and delicious!
Jennifer Judy 30 Dec 2017
This was one of the best recipes I have ever made. My husband absolutely loved it and I am not generally a soup person but thought this was perfect for a cold day! Can’t wait to make it again- definitely adding to the regular lineup!
Andrea A. 26 Nov 2017
Yum! Time got away from me, so I didn’t cook it in the slow cooker. I cooked it on the stovetop for an hour. It was awesome!!! I sprinkled mine with grated Parmesan cheese.