Have you been trying to get a grasp on eating healthier and reducing weight so that you can feel your best? Get some help losing weight with these soup recipes. You’ll find a wide variety of soups, from vegetable to soup, poultry, and seafood, in this collection of 26 Weight Watchers soup recipes.
This incredible Weight Watchers Cabbage Soup dish is a fan favorite due to the fact that it packs a tremendous taste punch yet doesn’t count as any points on Weight Watchers! I really enjoy this soup since it is loaded with fresh vegetables yet at the same time it gives me the feeling that I am indulging myself.
The Broccoli Cheddar Soup from Panera Bread is one of my favorites. When I checked the Weight Watchers app to see how many points it was, it indicated that one cup was worth eight points toward my Personal Points total.
Even though it’s a lot of points, I didn’t think that was worth it because the soup is so full and tasty. I had no doubt that I could make it more enjoyable! Using this recipe, I can have 1 1/2 cups of food while only adding 5 points to my total.
This recipe for Crock Pot Potato Soup is an EASY soup that does not involve blending or the use of roux. During the colder months, you will want to make sure that this potato soup is a staple on your daily meal.
Mix all of the ingredients, with the exception of the cream cheese, in a slow cooker. Prepare over a low heat for 6 to 8 hours. Add the cream cheese approximately an hour before serving, and keep it cooked until it has completely melted.
Recipe for cauliflower soup from Weight Watchers, with carrots, onion, oregano, and chicken bouillon. 0 WW Freestyle Points, but you get 2 Smart Points for this one.
Cook the veggies according to the instructions on the ingredient list. Cauliflower, water, carrots, oregano, onion, and chicken bouillon go into a pot.
Vegetables should be soft after about 20 minutes of covered simmering. Collect the liquid and set it aside.
Vegetables should be pureed in a food processor. Put the veggies and liquid back into the pan. Then season to taste with salt and pepper and reheat.
It’s hard to lose weight or keep it off if you feel like you have to give up all your favorite meals. This soup recipe from Weight Watchers is fantastic, and not only because it fits perfectly into my daily diet without making me feel guilty.
Making a thick and creamy dish using just skim milk, tomatoes, and spices is a great way to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor. This is a great option for a huge chunk because it only costs 5 SmartPoints.
Are You Looking For A Weight Watchers Soup Recipe That Is Both Delicious And Low In Points? This Weight Watchers Taco Soup is a fantastic option for a healthy and filling lunch or dinner and is a fantastic recipe to try!
This soup is as easy to make as a standard turkey chili dish. As a first step, combine the turkey and onion and brown them. The next step is to incorporate the spices and other ingredients. Blend and simmer for 20 minutes. You’ll be enjoying the yummiest, most satisfying, and most comfortable soup ever!
You can easily eliminate the heavy cream, added MSG, and other ingredients found in store-bought condensed soups by making your own healthy Cream of Mushroom Soup at home. A typical freezer staple may be made with only a few simple ingredients like fresh mushrooms, vegetable broth, and non-dairy milk.
Feel satisfied for longer without overdoing it on the carbohydrates with Weight Watchers veggie soup. include fresh herbs and veggies like carrots, celery, onion, and ginger This soup is perfect for the colder months since it will help you feel cozy and strengthen your defenses.
After overindulging over the holidays and into the new year, this Detox Vegetable Soup is the ideal way to get back on track with your healthy eating habits. This detox soup recipe will keep you warm and fed with its delicious soup and abundance of healthy vegetables.
A recipe for Weight Watchers Kale Bean Soup that includes garlic, onion, vegetable broth, Cannellini beans, carrots, tomatoes, and Italian spice.
This vegetarian kale and bean soup recipe from Weight Watchers is low in fat and does not contain any meat. 7 WW Smart Points and 1 WW Freestyle Point (Blue Plan)
The soup is starting to become chilly. Also very ancient. The garnish, on the other hand, has seen better days. Things was my fault for not cleaning it up. I removed that sad, mushy mint from the container. I warmed up that soup again. Added a little bit extra nutmeg to the dish. And gave it another go. Get out of the shadows. And putting the accent on the dish itself rather than the garnish.
This delicious, healthy, vegetarian soup recipe is perfect for our asparagus lovers! With asparagus, carrots, peas, scallions and orzo pasta, it’s so tasty and good for you! This soup is a great vegetarian option for those who don’t eat meat. If you do eat meat, you could add in some chicken and make an even heartier soup. Or, to keep it vegetarian, add in some tofu to make it more of a stick-to-your-ribs kind of soup.
When fall arrives, one of the nicest things about it is being able to eat and enjoy large bowls of savory soups that will warm you up. This Carrot and Lentil Soup is just that, and on top of that, it is extremely, extremely filling!
Due to the fact that it only has 1 SmartPoint per serving on the Weight Watchers Freestyle plan, myWW Blue plan, and myWW Purple plan, it is rapidly becoming one of my favorite dishes to make throughout the fall.
All of the new Weight Watcher recipes have been incredibly tasty. The CHEESY CORN CHOWDER on Weight Watchers is only 2 points a cup and it’s delicious. Moreover, it’s ridiculously simple!! Enjoy!
Use frozen, chopped broccoli in place of the corn for a low-carb, low-fat, low-point version of cheese soup.
My go-to comfort food is a bowl of Weight Watchers Vegetable Hamburger Soup. On a cold day, nothing beats a bowl of warm hamburger soup. It has a lot of flavor and is satisfying without being cloying. To top it all off, it’s simple to prepare.
This Weight Watchers-friendly soup is ready in only 30 minutes, making it a great weeknight option. What’s nice is that it doesn’t take long to put together and can be altered to suit your preferences. You may adjust the flavor by adding or taking away components.
In the past, one of our favorite soups has been a chicken enchilada or chicken tortilla soup. However, we wanted to find a way to make it a little less fatty while retaining its comforting qualities. This Weight Watchers Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Soup is a terrific replacement, and it just has 3 points per bowl to its name.
16. Wonton Soup
The perfect accompaniment to your go-to Chinese takeout, Wonton Soup can be made in about 15 minutes and requires very little effort on your part.
Simple ingredients that are always available in my kitchen are fresh chopped garlic, ginger, chicken broth, and soy sauce. I buy the fresh garlic by the jar full. If you have all of these things in your pantry, you’ll be able to throw together a quick and easy soup in no time.
My current go-to soup is Cheeseburger Soup. This soup not only has a wonderful aroma, but it also has a wonderful flavor. Cooking this dish in either a slow cooker or an Instant Pot will yield excellent results. The slow cooker directions are included in the recipe. Since the IP includes a slow cooker mode, I often wonder if I should get rid of my slow cooker.
However, slow cookers remain popular, so I haven’t gotten rid of mine just yet. Select the soup function on your Instant Pot. After the soup is finished simmering, stir in the cheese, milk, and cornstarch combination that you prepared earlier while the ground beef was sautéed on Saute mode.
The French Onion Soup in this recipe is savory and filling, but it won’t set you back too many Points on the Weight Watchers programs. A French onion soup that tastes just like the real thing, but has less Points.
This French Onion Soup is only 3 SmartPoints per hearty serving, making it perfect for anyone on the Freestyle plan or any of the myWW plans (Blue, Green, or Purple). Add a few more points by serving with a cheesy crouton.
Sausage and I have a passionate love affair. EVERY KIND. I like sausage more than ground beef in my lasagna, so that is what I use in my soup recipe. For those who prefer not to use sausage and who wish to reduce the number of points in this soup, ground chicken or turkey may be substituted.
Even though Fat-Free cheese has a terrible reputation for not melting as well or having the same flavor as regular cheese, it works wonders in this soup to reduce the calorie count. Again, pick something else and change the points if you don’t like it.
Pasta soup for Weight Watchers members! A great vegetarian appetizer or meal.
This hearty Italian soup was made in Italy. This traditional dish of comfort food will win your heart over thanks to the tortellini that is stuffed with tomatoes, spinach, and cheese.
Because it can be prepared in under an hour, it is an excellent choice for the hectic weeknights or the laid-back weekends when time is of the essence. 313 calories, 8 Weight Watchers Freestyle Points, and 9 Smart Points in a single serving.
The most recent dish I’ve made that’s simple to prepare is this Vegan Zero Point Crockpot Bean Soup. This is a fantastic recipe for a comfort dish that is not only incredibly tasty but also nutritious. Bonus points if it is also a dinner that has 0 points on the most recent version of Weight Watchers, in addition to the fact that it is vegan. Cooking in a slow cooker makes it even more convenient for families that are always on the go.
Tortellini Soup with Italian Sausage and Spinach is a substantial and warming soup that will help you make it through the rest of this Winter.
- Heat the olive oil in a large soup pot or dutch oven, then add the chopped onion to the hot oil. Prepare the onions by cooking them until they are tender.
- After the sausage has lost its pink color, add the Italian Sausage and continue to cook.
- Mix in the crushed tomatoes, garlic, chicken or vegetable broth, basil, salt, and pepper. Bring to a boil, then immediately cover and decrease the heat to a low setting. Let soup cook for 20-30 minutes.
- After adding the tortellini and spinach, keep the mixture at a boil for about 10 minutes, or until the pasta is cooked through. Makes 8 servings. One cup constitutes one serving.
23. Pea and Ham Soup
If you’re trying to lose weight and are following a diet plan such as Weight Watchers, this Pea and Ham Soup is a terrific option.
If you have an electronic pressure cooker, such an Instant Pot, you can make this delicious Pea and Ham Soup in little time at all.
We’ve provided both the stove-top and slow cooker methods in case you don’t have one. About 2.5 hours of your time are required, but the end result is well worth it.
The Ground Turkey and Vegetable Weight Watchers Soup Recipe is my favorite since it is the only one that my entire family would eat without picking anything out of their bowls, making it the clear winner in my book.
You are familiar with the experience of preparing a soup for the whole family, only to find that one person picks off bits of onion, while another refuses to eat peas or mushrooms. This is a dish that everyone of us absolutely adores, and we are always being asked about it. In point of fact, I think I’ve managed to do it at least twice a month for the past three or four months!
In a large pan, heat the olive oil over medium heat and sauté the onions, carrots, and garlic for 5 minutes.
After adding the other ingredients to the saucepan, bring it to a simmer over medium-high heat for another ten to fifteen minutes, or until the vegetables are fully cooked.
Serve, and have fun with it!
Add the onion, garlic, and 1/4 cup of water to a two-quart pot and stir to combine. Simmer for ten minutes, or until the onion is tender, and then transfer the veggies to a large stockpot.
Then, over high heat, bring the stock and broccoli to a boil. After the soup has come to a boil, decrease the heat and let the broccoli to simmer until it is soft but still has its green color. This should take around 8 minutes. The broccoli will turn gray if you cover the pot while it’s cooking.
Take the soup off the stove and purée it in stages in the blender (watch out for splattering) or in the pot with an immersion blender until smooth. Season the soup with salt and pepper to taste, then stir in the evaporated milk and hot pepper sauce. Approximately 1.75 cups per serving.