Diet Vegetable Soup Recipes
The famous zero point Garden Vegetable Soup from Weight Watchers. Quick to make with minimal chopping. Uses inexpensive and easy-to-find fresh and frozen vegetables.
MANY VARIATIONS from Weight Watchers
Weight Watchers Mexican Zero Points Soup (it's got zing!)
Weight Watchers Asian Zero Points Soup (it feels light too!)
Weight Watchers Italian Zero Points Soup (it's milder!)
Weight Watchers Fresh Vegetable Soup (best made a day ahead!)
MY OWN VARIATIONS
How to Make Homemade Vegetable Soup (BRAND NEW! a master recipe, my never-the-same Weight Watcher vegetable soup from Kitchen Parade, my food column)
Low-Fat Vegetable Soup (a huge batch, from Kitchen Parade)
How to Convert One-Point Soup Recipes to Zero-Point Soup Recipes (an easy technique to convert your own recipes)
MORE WEIGHT WATCHERS RESOURCES
How to Eat More Vegetables (for everyone, not just Weight Watchers)
Vegetable Recipes for Weight Watchers (vegetable recipes, zero, one and two point recipes only)
Weight Watchers Points for Vegetables (with links to recipes)
How Many Carbs in Vegetables? (for help choosing low-carb vegetables)
from A Veggie Venture
Kitchen Parade recipes (all courses, organized by points)
How to Lose Weight with Weight Watchers (tips from Alanna & readers)
Why I Switched from Weight Watchers to Medifast NEW!
101 Diet & Weight Loss Lessons from My Dog
Quick 'n' Easy Raw Salad ("healthy habits" tips from Alanna & readers)
Weight Watchers' PointsPlus Power Foods (the most healthful ingredients for Weight Watchers)
One-Point Fruit Servings for Weight Watchers (for those still following Old Points)
from Kitchen Parade
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Anyone have any good healthy soup recipes?2011-02-13 12:18:35 by HealthySoupRecipes
I'm looking for new healthy soup recipes! Whats your favourites?
My mum taught me a pretty awesome chicken chowder which is low in calories (semi-skimmed milk instead of cream, chicken, sweetcorn, etc). It's always good on cold days.
Other than that I've been eating the usual homemade vegetable soups with anything I have lying around.
Does anyone have any interesting soup recipes (that fit in with a healthy diet/lifestyle?)
No boring cabbage soups please!
Special K Diet = Starvation2011-02-13 09:54:53 by MrWonton
Unfortunately Special K isn't a magic weight loss tool. The diet works by causing a calorie deficit - 2 bowls of Special K probably has less calories than your normal breakfast and lunch.
Using this principle, you may as well eat something low in calories that is tastier and healthier than Special K! I usually make vegetable soups in bulk, freeze them, and then reheat when I need them. This page explains it well:
Also, eating 2 very small meals, and one large meal (like the Special K diet suggest) is very bad for your metabolism
I make a few different recipes for CoM soup2007-05-31 08:09:39 by stevieBcanyon
This is my favorite.
D Real Mushroom Soup
Book: Steve' diabetic recipe book
A half-pound of fresh portobello, shiitake or other specialty mushrooms intensifies the woodsy flavor of this soup. Even if you use only button mushrooms, this soup is well worth making. Very heavy mushroom content. Suggest small portions if you have a delicate stomach. Add a cup of prepared mashed potatoes or a roux of tapioca starch or flour at the end if you prefer a cream soup. You will have to adjust the carb numbers.
2 pounds fresh button mushrooms
8 ounces fresh chanterelle, shiitake, oyster, hedgehog or other "wild" mushrooms
Soups can be very economical and healthy2009-01-13 11:45:20 by -
I think that's where I started learning to cook. You can use the website epicurious to find recipes with reviews for a large variety of soups. Some easy ones are:
My bf and I eat LOTS of vegetables. We eat meat maybe once a week and the rest of our meals are just really simple things like roasted squash, baked sweet potatoes, steamed broccoli with lemon sauce, sauteed kale with garlic.
stir fry can be a good way to incorporate veggies into your diet