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Loaded Potato Soup & Cheesy Chestnut Poppers

Thank you Idahoan® Steakhouse® Soups for sponsoring this post. Stay warm with this winter with a cozy bowl of soup!

Baby it’s cold outside! So let’s warm up together inside. I have teamed up with Idahoan® Steakhouse® Soups to bring you perfect meal solution for your chilly winter predicament: Loaded Potato Soup & Cheesy Chestnut Poppers. It’s too cold to dawdle, so let’s jump right in…

Loaded Potato Soup & Cheesy Chestnut Poppers

INGREDIENTS:

  • Idahoan Steakhouse Soups – Loaded Potato Soup
  • 1 roll of pre-made dough
  • 10 roasted chestnuts
  • 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese (shredded)
  • 1 egg (yolk only)
  • Garnish: Bacon pieces

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Preheat the oven to 375F and grease a mini muffin pan.
  2. Roll out the dough and cut into 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ squares. Gently push each square into a mini muffin cavity. Sprinkle a pinch of parmesan cheese inside the dough and top with a chestnut. Fold over the dough edges to completely envelope.
  3. Brush the poppers with the egg wash and bake for approximately 10-13 minutes. Remove and let cool slightly before serving.
  4. While the poppers are being baked, prepare the Idahoan Steakhouse Loaded Potato Soup per the directions on the package. Plate, garnish with the bacon pieces, and serve with the poppers. Enjoy!

Idahoan soup, potato soup, cheesy chestnut poppers

This meal is super easy to make. But just in case you need a little extra encouragement, let’s walk through it together… Preheat the oven to 375F and grease a mini muffin pan. Roll out the dough and cut into 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ squares. Gently push each square into a mini muffin cavity. Sprinkle a pinch of parmesan cheese inside the dough and top with a chestnut.

Idahoan soup, potato soup, cheesy chestnut poppers

Fold over the dough edges to completely envelope.

Idahoan soup, potato soup, cheesy chestnut poppers

Brush the poppers with the egg wash and bake for approximately 10-13 minutes. Remove and let cool slightly before serving.

Idahoan soup, potato soup, cheesy chestnut poppers

While the poppers are being baked, prepare the Idahoan Steakhouse Loaded Potato Soup per the directions on the package. Plate, garnish with the bacon pieces, and serve with the poppers. Simple, right?!

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I am personally a fan of Idahoan Steakhouse Soups. They are ready in five minutes and have a flavorful, slow-cooked state of a restaurant quality soup. Plus, they come in a delicious variety of flavors to match your chilly moods: Loaded Potato, Cheddar Broccoli, Creamy Potato, and Cheddar Potato. All hearty and warmth for the soul!

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Which flavor would you enjoy most on a cold winter’s day? Let me know below and make sure to pick up Idahoan Steakhouse Soups the next time you’re at the market.

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Sam Temsah-Deniskin

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12 Comments

  1. Calvin says:

    A nice creamy soup is great. Along with chestnut poppers, even better

  2. Looks so yum!!!

  3. What a lovely winter meal! I hadn’t heard of chestnut poppers before…how interesting! Thanks for sharing!

  4. A recipe perfect for a cold winter’s day. I really like the idea of the chestnut poppers…I shouldn’t be reading this at lunchtime though, it’s making me feel hungry and my sandwich seems very boring in comparison! 😉

  5. I really enjoyed this post. Your food photography and tabletop styling are just great! What an interesting idea for a roasted chestnut popper appetizer or side item, have not had one of those in years. Both the soup and the poppers look delish!

  6. These look amazing! I’m going to try this for the holidays!

  7. Yum! I bet this is delicious!

  8. Holy, that looks good! Making this over Christmas for sure.

  9. Neely Moldovan says:

    These truly sound amazing! I would love to try them.

  10. Whisperer says:

    That’s look delicious!

  11. Shelley says:

    I will definitely have to make this for my husband. Looks easy enough to make. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Oh my goodness, this whole meal looks amazing, and easy to make! Love it when those two things go hand in hand!

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