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On the new Points Plus version of Weight Watchers, I calculated this recipe as 7 points per serving (using the online recipe builder) with the ingredients I used. The nutritional info to the left calculated this as 6 points.

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jenniferrau December 28, 2010

I calculated this recipe as 13 1 cup servings I added the meat calories and all the can goods and onion for a total of 2,330 calories divided by 13 = 179 calories per cup.<br/><br/>I had added 1 cup of water to end up with 13 cups. Plus I didn't use the ranch dressing mix.

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scott3122001_5914838 January 24, 2014

Made this last night and we loved it. My whole family thought it was really good. I am trying to shed some pounds and my family is coming along for the journey and this was so good. thank you for sharing one of our favorites. I will make again.

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mommyoffour October 18, 2012

Made this for "Help a Naked Recipe Game" and was glad I picked it. Followed the recipe except for two changes. No meat as I was trying to cut down on the points a little and after cooking the veggies place it all in the crockpot on low for 4 hours emoving the lid to allow it to thicken in the last hour to finish off. Oh yeah, also did not use the flour, I found it plenty thick enough. The flavors were a nice blend and plenty spicy enough (and we like spicy) DH did not even complain about the missing meat which is saying something for him though he did top his with tortillas and cheese. I found it to be a very nice alternative for a light dinner.

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Bonnie G #2 September 25, 2012

Love this for a ww recipe thanks for sharing! With the four cans of beans plus corn and lean ground beef, I got 4 ppoints for one cup at 12 servings which is what I got :)

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PickleLover June 16, 2012

This taco soup turned out very much like my mom's chili recipe, only healthier. I substituted a can of turkey chili with beans for the zesty beans and omitted the corn because my son wouldn't eat it if I added. The flavor was rich and delicious and I think the tomato sauce really added to it nicely. I'm sure I will make again since it was so easy too! Thanks for posting!

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Chris from Kansas September 07, 2011

This is a super easy weeknight meal. My kids, neighbors, husband and friends have all had it and love it. The soup/chili freezes well and is super easy to take a friend who is sick, just had a baby, etc. It pairs well with cornbread muffins and a green salad.

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I love lucy July 12, 2011

My husband asks for this all the time.

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karlaknighton January 16, 2011

I have made this numerous times and I LOVE IT!! Thanks

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BethanyJoseph March 22, 2010

Great flavor, easy to make. Hubby liked it too!

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Easy Baker RN February 17, 2010
Weight Watchers Taco Soup