Weight Watchers – Zero Point Soup Recipe


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I am back on Weight Watchers and you know what that means…More cooking recipes for you! Here is an easy soup you can make either in a pressure cooker or a regular stove pot – best of all – it’s ZERO POINTS! Enjoy!

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  1. I've been making this soup. I'm on the WeightWatchers program. I use low sodium vegan broth. You can substitute just about any vegetables you find at the Farmers Market. I used some heirloom carrots today. Add spinach, zucchini, squash. I diced fresh tomatoes. And there are calories in this soup. But let's look at the low calorie content in one serving of soup and the healthy ingredients. Also, as has been pointed out, you can store some in the refrigerator and eat it through out the week. I highly recommend this recipe, it is easy to make.

  2. This recipe actually contains over three-hundred, and thirty-three calories (333cal) not 0. In fact the only thing with 0 calories is water. Lets break this down…

    – The college inn chicken broth is 15 calories per serving (now i don't know how many servings are in the entire box, but she used it all. So that likely dramatically increases the grand total of this meals calorie intake all by itself. Definitely not "0" calories.

    – 2 cups cabbage = 43 calories (not 0)
    – 1 cup carrots = 50 calories (not 0)
    – 1 cup broccoli = 31 calories (not 0)
    – 1 cup kale = 33 calories (not 0)
    – 1 cup (canned) tomatoes = 32 calories (not 0)
    – 1 cup celery = 16 calories (not 0)
    – 1 cup mushrooms = 21 calories (not 0)
    – 2 onions = 88 calories (not 0)
    – 1 clove garlic = 4 calories (not 0)

    I always appreciate people posting recipes online, but its not right to falsely advertise something as zero calories, when it in fact contains hundreds of calories. Looks tasty but for anyone who wants to make this, be aware that it is not "zero" calories. Nothing is.

  3. Thank you Sophia ,,,you are such a inspiration…I was just at doctors and I am a senior , and she said she wanted me to lose at least (mind you I need to lose alot more) but 25 lbs…for my health….I have been on weight watchers before…they are the authority, but I have to simplify it I think this time to stay on it,,but for sure count points…you were a blessing to discover….thank you…Bless you and good luck to you ….looks like you have a wonderful family

  4. Oh my goodness this soup is good. I adjusted based on my tastes, (the red pepper flakes are amazing) and it was delightful on a rainy afternoon. Thanks very much for sharing. Zero calories or not, it's a hearty and delicious way to make a very healthy soup.

  5. We made this a couple days ago, and I thought it was delicious. It's one of those that's even better on the second day. I left out the carrots, but otherwise followed exactly. I like that none of the veggies overpower the taste. It's a lovely mixture. Thanks for sharing! This will be a regular dish in my diet from now on.

  6. just made the zero calorie soup and it is delicious. i am going to make some small pasta or white beans to put in his bowl with the soup. im not a kale person so i sub green beans…. a very easy very healthy soup anyone should like. thanks for the recipe!

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