Weight Watchers White Chili

"This is from my WW leader. Hope u like it. One cup is 3 points"
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Combine all ingredients and simmer for one hour.
  • Or you can put all ingredients in the crock pot and simmer on low for 4-6 hours.

Questions & Replies

  1. Hi I just made your chili and it tastes and smells delicious! I am wondering where the three points come from. And if I have two cups is it still just six points or would it be more. The only thing I can figure out would be points from the cheese and possibly the salsa. Thank you for your information


  1. I made this last night for lunches for the week and it is delicious! I boiled the chicken and then let the chili simmer for about an hour. Great recipe! The only comment I have is that the directions seem to tell you to put the mozzarella in the soup to cook, and I think it's supposed to be on top for serving.
  2. This was a very easy recipe to follow. But I couldn't find the canned northern beans, so I used white kidney beans. I did enjoy it. I think next time though I will put the cheese on the top of the dished out bowls. It seemed the cheese melted then just stayed in a big ball, then stuck to the bottom of the pot. But still very easy and delicious.
  3. This is so yummy! Thanks for sharing..my entire family loved this and requests that I make it again and again!
  4. This is a very simple white Chili recipe. I used mild salsa, so it was kind of bland. We did add hot sauce to it which made it much better. Next time I will use medium or hot salsa to give it a little kick. This is definitely a keeper! Thanks for sharing.
  5. This is a chili we really enjoyed and a great idea to use leftover chicken. Take the crock pot chicken broth posted on RZ and it turns out really flavorful. I added the mozzarella right in the beginning and it melted beautifully and gave the gravy the right consistency, but maybe my crock pot does not become as hot as others. Thanks for posting this recipe!


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