By Lainey6605 on February 08, 2008
Photo by *Parsley*
Photo by *Parsley*
"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."
Serving Size: 1 (201 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Really good, husband loved it! I added a can of diced tomatoes with juice and left out the chips for 5 points plus, I think it is 6 points plus with the chips. Because of the tomatoes the serving size was about 1 cup so it was nice to bulk it up. Maybe next time I'll add 2 cans of Rotel or some fresh tomatoes and another stalk of celery. It is a soup and not a stew, but I didnt find it overly thin. Just make sure not to overcook it, and to follow the directions when mixing the flour and stock."
"2009 is starting off right...the first recipe I've made this year (been on vacation for a week). We loved it! I guess we were extra hungry because it served 3 of us with a small bowl leftover for my lunch tomorrow. The crumbled chips on top were an added flavor bonus. Next time, a double batch will be made and enjoyed for extra lunches! Thanks Lainey."
"This was very good. I didn't have evaporated milk so I used FF 1/2 and 1/2. I garnished with green onions. Sconehead, no offense but unless you killed your own turkey and ground it up and made your own cheddar cheese from cows you milk - you do in fact eat processed foods. Just because food isn't labeled "processed" doesn't mean it isn't. Nearly every thing Americans eat is processed in some way."
"made this tonight for dinner and everyone really loved it!! I did change a few things like used ground turkey breast, used cheddar cheese as we don't eat processed foods, and added a can of tomatoes like a few other reviewers suggested. As my 9 year old son said "This is my favorite soup, EVER!!!"....yummy and nothing to feel guilty about! Definitely a keeper recipe!!"
"I'm not ging to rate this because I used ground turkey. I think you definitely need to use ground beef to get that "burger" taste. Super easy meal!"
"Made this soup for dinner last night and it was delicious!!!! I highly recommend it!"
"Other than leaving out the celery, and salt made this as posted.Thought that it had a unique, pleasant cheeseburger flavor. Enjoyed very much. Made for PRMR tag"
"I make a stovetop version of this, and it's wonderful. I leave out the celery, double the onions, add lots of fresh tomatoes (just at the end of cooking), and serve it over lettuce. I know it sounds weird, but it literally tastes like liquid cheeseburger in a bowl! I put 1/2 - 1 cup of large chopped iceberg lettuce in a soup bowl (depends on the size of bowl you have), and ladle the hot soup over top. It keeps it crunchy, but wilts it enough to taste awesome!"
"We loved this recipe! I sliced the onions rather than chopping them small and DH doesn't like celery so I used extra onion instead. I'd definitely recommend making a double batch as 3/4 cup servings would just leave us wanting more! Thanks so much for posting!"
"This soup was sooo good! I made a double batch and thank goodness I did because I was able to snag one serving of the soup for myself before everyone else ate the rest .<br/>I made it Gluten free by using GF flour. I also used shredded sharp cheddar since I did not have Velveeta. This is definitely a keeper! One tip for everyone, I only added the Evaporated Milk and cheese right at the end of cooking turned my cooker on warm for a few hours and my soup was perfect and it did not separate."
"Souper good! Hubby and son were clueless that this was a ww recipe and gobbled it up! Served with dill pickles on the side and they went great with it!"
"Wonderful and easy soup that DH will actually eat...and eat...and eat! I added 2 large grated carrots with the rest of the veggies and 2 tsp hamburger seasoning in place of the salt and pepper. Otherwise, I made as written and it is wonderfully rich and hearty and cheesy without being guilt-inducing. Gotta love that!"
"I was disappointed with this soup. It was really thin and bland tasting. At the last minute I added more cheese to give it more flavor. I am not sure how many points this added."
"very good I had to fudge on some ingredients as I didn't have evaporated milk so it was a bit !runnier than I would have liked. The flavor is excellent"
"MMMMMM! What a fabulous comfort food that won't leave you feeling guilty. I also love that it is so quick from start to finish. Can't wait to pull these out of the freezer for lunch on cold days! Thanks for sharing."
"This recipe is one of those that you wonder why you havent made it sooner. Very delicious and filling. Also, I like that this is very easy to make. Thanks for sharing."
"Very good and easy to make. I used 93% lean ground beef."
"This was just OK for me. One thing I didn't like is my soup seemed to separate and it didn't get as creamy as I would like. I didn't do anything different so I don't know if it was supposed to be that way or not. I'm not sure if I will try again"
"LOVED IT!! Made this for dinner tonight and very much enjoyed. I didn't need the tortilla chips on top. I've had my eye on this soup for awhile and I wish I hadn't waited as long as I did, cuz I can't wait to make it again. I've already hidden the leftovers way in the back of the fridge so no one touches it before my lunch tomorrow.... if I can wait that long."
"If it passed the approval of the picky child (who hates onions!) it gets 5 stars. 4 out of 5 ate it up. I used ground turkey, sharp cheddar cheese, forgot the evap. milk and topped with a few oyster crackers. Will definitely save and will double the recipe next time. Didn't make enough otherwise. I put this into my book#234006. Thanks, Lainey!"