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This was a very good soup for the low calories you get. Next time I will trade out for beef broth which should bring some salt into the mix. My family does not like the spice so that will change also. I think this is a good base for minestrone. I wouldn't mind more vegetables maybe potatoes, zucchini, eggplant, green beans, or corn. Thank you for posting it.
I made this using beef broth and found it to be very satisfying. A great way to get some extra vegetables in your diet. Thanks for posting!
Not a WW follower, just wanted a good vegetarian slow cooker soup. This definitely fits the bill! I omitted celery and bay leaves (personal pref) and added a tsp of Bayou Blast from Emeril - great soup for low cost and low calories. Thanks for sharing!
I just started using my slow cooker and I am trying to follow weight watchers. This recipe was easy and delicious. I like my food spicy so it was just right for me but if you don't like spicy foods you may have to leave out a few ingredients. I love the fact that this is 0 points and I can enjoy a large bowl of it. I couldn't find pre-made vegetable broth so I used the dry mix with water and it came out great!
My husband and myself, and even my 5 year old son LOVED this soup. It was super easy to prepare and tasted fantastic. I added extra garlic because I love it and it tasted even better
Great taste in a 0-point soup! I used chicken broth instead of the vegetable broth and ommited the bay leaves & red pepper, and it was still very tasty.
Great soup! I added a parmesan rind (rind only for flavor!), a minced jalapeno and a little cajun seasoning. Yummy!
mmmmm I'm gonna make this this week. This sounds wonderful!!! Thanks mama! :D
I thought this was really good. I enjoyed it a lot...especially since it's so healthy! Thanks for the great recipe!
This was far better than most "0 point" soups I have made! I did as directed, except I also added some Sicilian seasoning mix to it. I found that I needed to add a little salt and a pinch or two of sugar at the end to take away some bitterness, but after that it was great! Thanks for the recipe!