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Today I'm sharing this simple, crock pot vegetable soup recipe with you! Its so easy and perfect for fall!

Recipe: *NOTE* drain all veggies
1/2 lb browned hamburger meat
1 can green beans
1 can corn
1 can carrots
1 can whole potatoes
1 can diced tomatoes (partially drained)
1 can sweet peas
1 can tomato soup (1 can water)

salt, pepper, onion, garlic, chili powder, cayenne pepper, texas pete, ketchup

Cook on high for 2 hours then reduce to warm until ready to serve!

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