From Hungry Girl: "We're calling this soup "Peachy-Keen," but the recipe can be made with any fruity salsa. We're sure you'll agree that Pineappley-Keen doesn't have quite the same ring to it..." PER SERVING (1/8th of recipe, about 1 cup): 151 calories, 0.5g fat, 610mg sodium, 27g carbs, 7.25g fiber, 5g sugars, 7g protein -- POINTS® value 2*
Here is another zero point soup recipe from Hungry Girl. "With chunks of fresh veggies and a creamy pumpkin kick, this 0-Point soup ROCKS!"
(1/5th recipe: 35 calories/ 0g fat/ 400mg sodium/ 6.5g carbs/ 2g fiber/ 3.5g sugars/ 2g protein = 0 Points!)
Be creative… Toss in a half of a cup each of canned corn kernels and black beans for the last few minutes of cooking. With the addition of these Southwest-inspired ingredients, each serving is just 1 Point!
1/5th recipe with corn and black beans: 71 calories/ 0.5g fat/ 480mg sodium/ 14g carbs/ 3.5g fiber/ 4g sugars/ 4g protein = 1 Point
From Hungry Girl: "So good, it'll make you bark. OK, we have no idea what that means. But it sounds impressive, doesn't it?!" PER SERVING (1 generous cup): 150 calories, <0.5g fat, 850mg sodium, 26g carbs, 3g fiber, 5g sugars, 11g protein -- POINTS® value 2*
This is a low-fat recipe I got out of one of my moms weight watchers cookbook and I've been making it for years. The DH loves it and it's great to make on cold days and fine for big portions. SPECIAL NOTE: This soup can easily be modified. Add more ham and cheese if you’d like, or add cubed chicken or Turkey instead of ham. If you add more veggies and need more water to boil them, use 2 bouillon cubes to every cup of water you add and 2 Tablespoons of Flour to every cup of milk to thicken it up. I serve the soup with Cheddar Cheese Popovers.
NOTE: If you are doing the 2012 version of WW, it has 11 points per serving as written.
I received this recipe from my friends mother. She made it for me while i was recovering from my surgery. It was very good. The best part is that it can be made with chicken, albondigas, shrimp, whatever you feel like. You can also add rice or any other vegetables you want to the recipe.
This is a fabulous tasting chili, that I found online. I have served this chili to my friends & they didn't know it was diet & LOVED it! Any meal recipe for One Point is worth a try, in my book! And once I tried it, I was hooked! The flavor that the beef broth adds, is just awesome!
I got this recipe from the Weight Watchers site. I have not tried it yet, but it is one of my favorite soups so I had to save it to try soon. It is 5 points per serving. The serving size is 3/4 cup plus 3 T corn chips for 5 points so if you want more, double the recipe AND the points.
I have seen a couple of recipes for taco soup, but this is different. I received it from my ww leader. It is very much like a chili and is so easy. My family loves it and I love it topped with 1 tbsp low fat sour cream.
This is the favorite soup at our house whenever anyone has a cold. We invented it over time, adding more spices as we went! The combination of the garlic, onion, ginger, chili pepper and cilantro really seems to give the immune system a boost. (But if you don't like one of these ingredients -- or don't have it on hand -- just leave it out; the soup will still taste good!) I prefer using leftover roast chicken for this recipe, but you can also use uncooked chicken -- just let it simmer in the broth until it cooks. And note: if you don't have lemon pepper, just use plain black pepper.
The Stuff that dreams are made of...Don't let the DP turn you off, this soup is ADDICTING. Plus there's something about telling little kids it contains Dr.Pepper that makes them eat their dinner! Plus it's so easy!
Another great recipe from Cook's Illustrated. This is a nice compromise between the thin-watery soup and the thick-chunky version. Be sure to offer a garnish or two; they not only add taste, but texture and color to the soup.