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    Soupcon!

    Soups, chowders, and stews are belly-warmers in the cold winter. Crockpot or quick fix. Crusty bread is all ya need to complete the meal. Love it when the soupcon!
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    Modified version of a recipe from the Weight Watchers website. It's easy, delicious, nutritious, filling, and ZERO points!

    Recipe #184846

    This is a recipe from a local coffee shop here in Oklahoma. It's wonderful, and best with cornbread or just crackers. this soup is definitely a treat!

    Recipe #42842

    Canned cream-style corn gives this soup a rich taste.

    Recipe #217700

    15 Reviews |  By Redsie

    This is my favorite Weight Watchers vegetable soup. I have been making it over and over again and I still love it! Edited to add that I now add some Tabasco sauce to the soup to give it a nice kick!

    Recipe #137014

    I probably like this recipe because I like dill; but give it a try, and see if it is just me.

    Recipe #70465

    This recipe was given to me when I 'started cooking' by a close friend. It is a wonderful and easy dish. It keeps well in the refrigerator for a meal the next day!

    Recipe #276136

    I find this soup to be very similar to Potato and Leek soup but its refreshing to taste the cauliflower and cheese through it. A winter warmer that will delight.

    Recipe #382442

    This is a thick and hearty soup. Everyone loves it! The cabbage really makes the soup. I got it from The Best Of Country Cooking (second edition) cook book. I have shared this recipe many times because it is simple yet delicious, especially on a cold day.

    Recipe #25071

    This is absolutely wonderful on a cold winter day. It's very thick and rich and totally filling. Perfect as a main dish.

    Recipe #288473

    This is my mother’s recipe. Simple but delicious! It tastes great with French fries or mashed potatoes and is great for the cold winter days!

    Recipe #156285

    One of the greatest things I learned at college. We always serve in a warm crusty bread bowl, but it is good in any kind of bowl! As wonderful as it is the first day, the second day reaches a new level of goodness. Serve as a meal if you want. Enjoy!

    Recipe #86375

    I found this recipe on a weight loss website. My family didn't even notice that it was made with fat-free ingredients.

    Recipe #56659

    2 Reviews |  By Mrs. M

    Delicious and easy soup! Normally hubby and I dislike cooked cabage, but for some reason it's wonderful in this soup!

    Recipe #287453

    This just simply couldn't be nicer to eat on a cold winter's day. Total points, 7 1/2 for the entire batch. I'm making it weekly!

    Recipe #267476

    This is a soup that I made recently. My husband really enjoyed it and I believe I will be making this a lot this winter. He had no idea that I used spinach and was very suprised when I told him. He hates spinach but loves this soup!

    Recipe #102203

    This is a delicious, healthy and quick soup with a lovely French flair -- and a great way to use leftover ham. The Puy lentils can be pricey, so you may want to substitute other lentils--they'll taste almost as good but they will not retain their shape/texture the way the Puy lentils will.

    Recipe #293488

    Found this one on Allrecipes.com I am looking forward to trying it-sounds yummy! Could add some chicken to add to the recipe.

    Recipe #245696

    A delicious rich and healthy soup that really makes a complete meal.

    Recipe #279736

    Simple, inexpensive, comforting, and tasty.

    Recipe #287853

    The original recipe for this soup was from Cooking Light Annual Recipes (1996). I adjusted it to suit our tastes. It's been a while since I made this particular soup, but I remember the first time I made it, I added some lean ground beef (we ate more meat then) and mixed up the spices a bit. It's a nice mixture and you can really adjust to your taste without fear. Serve with some warm crusty bread.

    Recipe #319207

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