Soups / Stews

Super-Easy Chicken Noodle Soup

Here’s a soup that anyone can make. And I mean anyone. You say you can’t boil water? No problem, you can make this soup.  With leftover rotisserie chicken (every non-cook’s go-to dinner),  you’re already halfway there.  Add a few pantry staples — frozen mixed vegetables, canned chicken broth and diced tomatoes — and soup’s on! […]

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Split Pea Soup

Split peas are ZERO Points on Weight Watchers’ new Freestyle program, which means you can now enjoy a bowlful of rich, satisfying soup with impunity. Will wonders never cease? Most split pea soups are made with a ham hock, but Deb Perelman, New York Times best-selling cookbook author and maven of smitten kitchen.com, recently posted […]

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Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup (with frozen chicken!)

Today I began painting a canvas for my next needlepoint project, a painting by Dutch artist Kees Van Dongen. Outside it was below freezing and raining, which meant that a trip to the supermarket was out of the question. What could I make in my new Instant Pot? Googling recipes brought me to this soup, made […]

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Slow Cooker Minestrone Soup

There’s nothing like a steaming bowl of soup with pasta and vegetables — aka Minestrone — to warm both body and soul in December. It’s the most comforting, and guilt-free, winter dinner I can think of. This soup kicks up the comfort level a notch because it’s a slow cooker set-it-and-forget-it marvel. The recipe, from Skinny […]

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Veggistrone

Announcement! Announcement! To all weight conscious eaters who have loved…and lost…the original recipe for Weight Watcher’s legendary Zero-Point vegetable soup, here is an awesome, new and improved soup that’s even more filling (if that’s possible) and delicious. This recipe comes from the editors of Eating Well Magazine, who used the famed Weight Watcher soup as […]

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