Slow cooker Ham, Potato, Corn & Veggie Chowder – smokey ham infused broth with potatoes, corn, and mixed veggies slow cooked to perfection with just the right bite feel. This chowder is sure to become a new staple soup in your house!
I love soup year-round, but I start craving it even more when the fall season rolls around. When you are busy with work or school, there’s not always much time to cook a meal from scratch. That is why I love using my slow cooker to make soups like this Slow Cooker Ham, Potato, Corn, and Veggie Chowder!
This hearty soup is perfect for a cold winter day! It is the perfect dish to warm you up full of ham, potatoes, corn, and veggies. It can be made in your crockpot or with just a few easy steps on the stovetop. All you need is 5-10 minutes of hands-on prep time in the morning before you leave for work or school.
Your house will smell amazing all day long while your soup cooks away in the crockpot!
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Why you should make this slow cooker ham and corn chowder
- It requires very little preparation and can be left to cook without constant watchfulness
- There are few ingredients, and they can be acquired affordably
- It is an easy way to get protein and vegetables in your meal all from one pot!
If you love recipes like this, you may also enjoy this Classic Slow Cooker Minestrone Soup
What You Need To Make This Slow Cooker Ham, Potato, Corn & Veggie Chowder Recipe
- spiral ham
- chicken broth
- celery stalks
- red potatoes
- frozen mixed veggies with corn
- yellow onion
How to Make Slow Cooker Ham, Potato, Corn & Veggie Chowder
See recipe card below for a full list of ingredients and measurements!
Add ham, broth, celery, potatoes, veggies, and onion in slow cooker
Cover and cook on low for 4 hours
In a small bowl, whisk together melted butter, flour, and milk and stir into slow cooker.
Cook for an additional hour
The best way to store leftover chowder is to keep it in an airtight container in the fridge. This will maximize the life of your leftovers, but be sure to let the leftovers cool to room temperature before covering them and placing them in the fridge. This will help to prevent bacteria from growing in the warm spots of the chowder while in the fridge. Cooked ham chowder will last for 3 to 4 days.
Substitutions and Variations
Variation: Add cheese. A good way to add to the creamy texture and flavors of the dish is to add cheese to the recipe. A sharp cheese like cheddar, which is a usual compliment to baked potatoes, would be a spectacular choice to add more flavor to this chowder.
Variation: Add bacon. Much like the previous element, adding bacon bits and even sour cream to the top of your chowder adds a crunchy texture that breaks up the creaminess.
Slow Cooker Ham Chowder FAQs
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Slow Cooker Ham, Potato, Corn & Veggie Chowder
- Add ham, broth, celery, potatoes, veggies, and onion in slow cooker
- Cover and cook on low 4 hours
- In a small bowl whisk together melted butter, flour, and milk and stir into slow cooker
- Cook for an additional hour