Quick Vegetarian Taco Soup

"This soup is full of fiber and protein and low in fat. It is 2-3 WW points per cup and very filling. Adapted from weightwatchers.com message board."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Saute onions in a large stock pot.
  • Combine 2 cans of tomatoes with the refried beans then add all the other canned ingredients (do not drain the beans - but do drain the corn if canned). Stir.
  • Add the taco mix. Bring the soup up to just a boil.
  • Cover and simmer for 1 hour.

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Reviews

  1. Rach Court
    Fantastic Quick and Easy. What more could you ask for. HEALTHY TOO. I set up a little garnishment bar including sour cream, lime, cilantro, radishes, cheese, and tortilla chips. Everyone loved it!
     
  2. Brooke the Cook in
    Wonderful! My DH had two great big bowls and was reaching for a third when I suggested he might let the rest settle a bit, he reluctantly agreed to wait until tonight before having a third bowl! Definitely a man pleasing soup. I chose this recipe because I had everything on hand, love those recipes! Oh, I did mine in a CROCK POT. In case someone else would like to, here's what I did: I put everything in my 5-qt crock pot, turned to low for 6 hours, then on high for 1.5 hours, taking the lid off for the last 20 minutes to allow the soup to thicken.
     
  3. MollyJ
    Tasty and the can of refried beans makes it creamy. My DH does not like a lot of heat so I subbed a jar of picante sauce for the Rotel tomatoes. Looking forward to this in my lunch!
     
  4. chai_there
    This soup has become a staple in my home - my DS is a vegetarian so I was looking for an easy bean soup - I just began WW- Little did we suspect that it is the kind of soup that my carnivor husband likes and guests ask for seconds... btw - DH like to add cooked and crumbled fake soy bacon and sour cream...
     
  5. *Parsley*
    Thick, hearty and filling. So easy to make, too. All things I usually have on hand. This makes a wonderful, warming lunch. My kids liked it, too (I sprinkled a little cheese on top for them). I'll certainly make this again. Thanx for posting.
     
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Tweaks

  1. MollyJ
    Tasty and the can of refried beans makes it creamy. My DH does not like a lot of heat so I subbed a jar of picante sauce for the Rotel tomatoes. Looking forward to this in my lunch!
     

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