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    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    I saw this being made on TV (AWW) and thought it looked really good. On the programme they said to serve with toasted slices of french bread which were topped with crumbled blue cheese and grilled. I didn't have any on hand so I topped mine with parmesan cheese. I also, the second time round added some chopped bacon and simmered for another 15mins after I had blended the soup. You could also top each bowl of soup with a spoon of cream for a special occasion.

    Recipe #236837

    Soup which takes less time to make than using canned? This I had to try when I found it in the magic bullet recipe book. Verdicts in - its a winner!

    Recipe #196443

    This is a recipe that I took from a junior cook book. I made this a few years ago and my family enjoyed it a lot. Hope you family will too =)

    Recipe #222704

    This recipe was created by a major Toronto Ontario hospital to rapidly and safely reduce a patients weight prior to surgery. It's safe and it works!

    Recipe #215370

    Direct from most famous soup vendor in New York City, USA. It's creamy, it's smooth, it's decadent, delicious and packed full of vitamins. It's not only mm m-good! It's even good for you. Serve it at your fanciest dinner, they'll demand the recipe.

    Recipe #214713

    7 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Original recipe that I thought tasted great, it is quite spicy so reduce or omit chilli flakes and/or pepper for a mild result. Can of course be scaled up easily.

    Recipe #187067

    1 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Adapted from Weight Watchers Everyday Cookbook. This is a very simple pea and ham recipe, there's no ham bone in this recipe, but it is deliciously thick and tasty.

    Recipe #174623

    1 Reviews |  By Ninna

    I use a 1200 watt microwave to make this soup.

    Recipe #177289

    This has to be the best mushroom soup I've ever tasted. I'm not sure who to credit for it.

    Recipe #184688

    8 Reviews |  By Axe

    This is a wonderful fall or winter comfort food. The recipe can use either cauliflower or broccoli. UPDATE: I need to mention that I usually reserve some of the cauliflower pieces on the side before I blend, so I get a mixture of creaminess as well as some chunky pieces as an end result. You may want to try this.

    Recipe #183488

    14 Reviews |  By HAGT

    Hey, where's the cream? No, no cream here, only delicious healthy soup. This is a VERY healthy, low calorie soup. My family loves it. I serve it with thick slices of German bread.

    Recipe #155226

    Delicious simple tomato soup! Add sour cream when serving to make a creamy tomato soup or just garnish with a little parmesan and some chopped fresh basil. This is a chunky tomato soup. It is so good and fast you will never buy tomato soup in a can again!

    Recipe #74666

    Lovely soup with substance. Literally! Not "brothy" but rich... and probably not heathy either. I won't tell if you won't!

    Recipe #56703

    1 Reviews |  By Ninna

    From my Panasonic Genius Cookbook, 1200w. We love the curry flavour in this soup.

    Recipe #175018

    1 Reviews |  By Ninna

    From daughter Kerri who uses onions in this soup, I use leeks. Kerri also uses kumera (sweet orange potato) as well.

    Recipe #175967

    From my Panasonic Genius Cookbook - 1200w Microwave. Original recipe suggested cream, I use skim evap. milk to make it low fat. This is so quick and easy and I make it each winter now.

    Recipe #175019

    1 Reviews |  By Jogreen

    A nice heartwarming soup for winter. Just a little different:) This serves 8 @ 1.5 points each for those on W W. I have listed points values beside each ingredient.

    Recipe #168276

    This is from a little lunch room in Nashville called "The Picnic". I always have this when i go there.

    Recipe #162269

    2 Reviews |  By Jogreen

    This freezes well and is great for lunch if you are following a Weight Watchers points plan as it has 0 points and for when you are short on points and time! :)

    Recipe #161305

    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This is so easy to make and tastes amazing. Points...2.

    Recipe #72242

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