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Fiesta Soup

A spicy Mexican soup - I usually double the recipeSubmitted by CHARSIE1

Crock Pot Lentil Soup

Yummy soup for a cold day, although a bit high in sodium.
Substitute any veggies you like - carrot is really good in this!Submitted by IAMLOVED22

Ali's Vegetable Soup A
Ali's Vegetable Soup A

A lovely vegetable soup for a quick, hearty meal.Submitted by ALICATZPJS

Hearty Potato soup with spinach and leek

Dairy free soup that still tastes creamy. Feel free to switch out kale for spinach and use onion for leek. I used 3c chicken broth and 2c water, but that can be adjusted as well to be any combination of water and vegetable or chicken broth. At about 250 per serving, I usually have it with a salad for lunch.Submitted by JK3316

Beef chili with beans

Hearty beef chili with lots of beans. Very filling and warm on a cold day.Submitted by MOMREN

Beef and Pasta Stew

This is a super easy and delicous crock pot recipe! I like to eat it with some italian or french bread so that I can soak up every last bite!Submitted by DSEWARD22

Five Can Soup

From my WW meeting several years ago.
1 point per cup.
I use low sodium, whenever possible.
It is easy and delicious for cold winter days or nights. Submitted by NOCHEINMAL

Chicken Noodle Soup

I added 2 tbsp to the nutritional content to account for the fat left in the broth from the skin.Submitted by DEBBNC

Italian Wedding Soup

Adapted from Giada's Family Dinners

Her recipe calls for escarole, which is not available at my local grocery store, so I used spinach instead.
Also, I didn't have 10 c of chicken broth. I had about 4 c of frozen turkey broth leftover from thanksgiving, that i added to 4 c of chicken broth and 2 c of water.
Giada doesn't add pasta to her recipe, either, but I like it to soak up the juices.Submitted by AEF_BTRFLI

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