Ww 2 Point Chicken Noodle Soup

"This recipe I got at a Weight Watchers meeting. Since this makes 1 serving I usually double or triple the recipe."
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  • Cut chicken into bite size pieces.
  • Sauté in a bit of cooking spray.
  • Heat broth, pasta, herbs, carrots, celery, and salt and pepper together.
  • Add chicken.
  • Simmer until noodles are tender.
  • Season to taste.

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  1. Been having some cruddy weather lately--rainy and cold. Chicken noodle soup has always been a soothing comforting food and I was in serious need of it. I was attracted to this recipe because it doesn't make a huge amount. I doubled it for two servings and that worked out very well. I would call this simple, easy, tasty, and healthy--plus it satisfied my craving. Thanks for posting.
  2. I more than tripled this recipe using Crock-pot chicken. Chicken broth that I had frozen and whole wheat spaghetti. Then made the soup just like the recipe stated. This makes a delicious soup that I will be making often. Thank you Sheila for posting this yummy soup!
  3. When looking for a fast, simple chicken noodle soup to do, Then this is your recipe to make TRUE!
  4. I used a 6-ounce chicken breast half and tripled the remaining ingredients. I didn't change any ingredients. What a great diabetic recipe! It made 3 large servings, so 2 went in the freezer for a quick lunch or dinner when time is short. Tasty and healthy. I will be making this again. Made for Alphabet Soup Game. Thanks for posting Sheila!
  5. This recipe might not be full of calories but it is full of flavor. The green onions added a nice touch. I added some chicken base to the broth to make it a little richer but I wouldn't change a thing.


My husband and I have lived in southeast Alaska for nine years now. Before we moved to Alaska we farmed in Iowa and always had fresh beef and pork in our freezer and fresh vegetables from our garden (which we miss very much!) Now that we are on to other adventures our freezer is full of salmon, halibut, shrimp and crab. We love everything about Alaska; hiking in the mountains, fishing in the ocean, wildflowers and of course all the wildlife. I work as a receptionist at an Orthopedic Clinic. My hobbies are baking, photography, scrapbooking, hiking, bicycling, fishing and mostly playing with my grand daughter.
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