Did you know that 80% of weight loss is determined by diet?

I’m on a mission to make healthy eating delicious, easy, and fun. That’s why I’ve compiled 20 delicious Weight Watchers soup recipes complete with SmartPoints.

Whether you’re a seasoned Weight Watchers veteran or just starting out, there’s a satisfying soup here for you.

Let’s warm up to wellness together!

1. Zero Point Asian Soup

If you’re a fan of Asian cuisine, you’ll absolutely love this Zero Point Asian dish! It’s packed full of nutrient-rich veggies and spices that not only please your taste buds but also boost your health.

Plus, it’s Weight Watchers-approved with zero points. Making this soup will make you feel like a part of our food-loving community committed to healthy living.

2. Creamy Asparagus Soup with Roasted Pepper Puree

You’ll love this Creamy Asparagus Soup with Roasted Pepper Puree. The asparagus offers a good source of fiber, vitamins A, C, E, and K. Plus, the roasted peppers add a punch of antioxidants!

It’s a warm bowlful that welcomes you into our health-conscious community while nourishing your body in a tasty way.

3. Crockpot White Bean and Ham Soup

Crockpot White Bean and Ham dish is a hearty meal that’s super easy to make and packs a flavorful punch.

With high fiber content from beans, lean protein from ham, and numerous vitamins from veggies, it’s a nutritious choice for health-conscious folks like us.

Slow cooking maximizes flavors without adding extra fats or sugars.

4. Slow Cooker Hamburger Stew

Slow Cooker Hamburger Stew is a 3 SmartPoint soup, and it’s another savory dish you can make that’s both filling and nutritious.

Packed with lean protein from the beef and loaded with fiber-rich veggies like onions, potatoes, and tomatoes (for a total of 178 calories), it’s a heart-healthy choice.

Its low-calorie content aligns perfectly with the Weight Watchers’ SmartPoints system.

5. Tortellini Soup

You’re gonna love making Tortellini Soup in your slow cooker. It’s a warm, hearty dish that’s super easy to prepare.

This soup is nutritious and packed with protein from the tortellini, a lot of vegetables and seasonings. Plus, it’s low in saturated fats, which helps maintain heart health.

6. Vegan Sweet Potato and Lentil Soup

It’s a great idea to try Vegan Sweet Potato and Lentil Soup for your next meal. Packed with nutrients and flavor, it’s sure to become a new favorite!

This soup is made with nutrition-rich ingredients such as sweet potatoes, lentils, and spices.

Rich in fiber, proteins, essential vitamins, and minerals, this soup perfectly aligns with the Weight Watchers plan, with only 3 SmartPoints and 123 calories per serving.

7. Zero Point Cabbage Soup

Have you tried Zero Point Cabbage Soup yet? It’s chock-full of delicious veggies and won’t set you back on your health goals.

This soup, with its high fiber content, aids digestion while keeping calories low (22 calories per serving). Moreover, it’s a great source of vitamins K and C.

A mix of spices and veggies blended in a low-fat broth helps you quickly prepare for the beach season, making it the perfect spring treat.

8. Chili Lime Black Bean Soup

Chili Lime Black Bean Soup is another tasty option that’s both flavorful and nutritious. It’s packed full of protein-rich black beans, zesty lime, and a kick of chili. This soup not only fills you up but also fuels your body with essential nutrients.

It’s low in fat yet high in fiber, making it a perfect choice for those yearning to belong to the healthy eating community.

9. Skinny Crock Pot Loaded Potato Soup

You’ll find that Skinny Crock Pot Loaded Potato Soup is a lightened-up version of a classic, filled with all the flavors you love, without any guilt. You can prepare this soup in just 5 minutes.

It’s packed with nutritious veggies and lean protein, making it a smart choice for those counting points on Weight Watchers.

Enjoying this comforting soup won’t derail your health goals; instead it nourishes and satisfies!

10. Green Pea Soup with Yogurt Dill Cream Sauce

Green Pea Soup with Yogurt Dill Cream Sauce is a delightful dish that’s both nourishing and indulgent.

As a Weight Watchers member, I find it satisfying and packed with nutrients. The peas provide fiber and protein, while the yogurt dill sauce adds probiotics for gut health.

It’s perfect for us who are mindful of our health yet love indulging in delicious meals.

11. Chicken, Vegetable and Orzo Soup

It’s a comforting meal that’ll not only warm you up but also provide ample amounts of protein and fiber.

The lean chicken contributes high-quality protein, while the veggies add essential vitamins.

And don’t forget the orzo! We can liken it to Italian pasta, but it takes the form of large rice or barley grains.

12. Slow Cooker Nacho Soup

You’re going to love this Slow Cooker Nacho Soup. You can easily prepare this meal in your preferred slow cooker – like this fantastic mix of veggies, corn, garlic, and chilli, cooked in a light beef broth and creamy sauce.

This recipe is a perfect blend of taste and health. It uses lean proteins, fiber-rich beans, and nutritious veggies.

With its low SmartPoints value, you can effortlessly fit this wholesome meal into your Weight Watchers plan.

13. Weight Loss Vegetable Soup

Diving into a bowl of this Weight Loss Vegetable Soup, you’ll find it’s not just tasty but also packed with nutrients that’ll help keep your diet on track.

It’s brimming with fiber-rich veggies that aid in digestion and weight management. Plus, it’s low in calories yet high in essential vitamins and minerals.

14. Cabbage Fat-Burning Soup

Feeling like you need a little extra help burning off those calories?

Try the Cabbage Fat-Burning Soup, which is a combination of seven types of vegetables, tomato juice, and broth. You can prepare this soup in just 45 minutes.

Low in calories and high in fiber, this soup keeps you feeling full longer. Plus, it’s loaded with powerful antioxidants that boost your immunity.

15. Butternut Squash Soup

Smooth and consistent, the butternut squash soup comes in at just 1 WW Point. A noteworthy element in this meal is the apple, which introduces a charming touch of sourness.

Rich in vitamins A and C, it promotes healthy skin and strengthens the immune system. It’s low in calories too!

16. Taco Soup

You’re gonna love Taco Soup. It’s a hearty meal that combines the delicious flavors of tacos in a comforting bowl.

With its high fiber content from beans and corn, it aids digestion and keeps you full longer.

Plus, it’s low in fat and calories, perfect for those on Weight Watchers (1 point).

17. Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup

Next on your list should be Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi. It’s a creamy and satisfying dish that’ll remind you of home-cooked comfort food.

This blend of chicken, gnocchi, spinach, and carrots in a rich broth is not only delicious but also nutritionally balanced. It’s high in protein and fiber, which can help with weight management.

Plus, it’s just 7 SmartPoints per serving!

18. Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup

If you’re in the mood for a hearty meal, Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup might be right up your alley. It’s loaded with bell peppers, ground beef, and rice.

This soup is packed with vitamins A and C from the peppers, protein from beef, and fiber from rice. It’s a healthy choice that fits well within a Weight Watchers plan.

19. Lasagna Soup

Lasagna Soup is a delicious twist on the classic Italian dish. It’s packed full of pasta, cheese, and tomatoes, giving you the taste of your favorite lasagna in a bowl! Plus, being a Weight Watchers recipe, it’s health-conscious too.

This soup is made with fiber-rich veggies and lean protein, so it’ll fill you up without weighing you down.

20. Creamy Chicken & Rice Soup (slow cooker)

For those with chicken and vegetables stored in the fridge, and brown rice, peppers, and kosher salt stocked in the kitchen cabinet, consider yourself a true weight-conscious enthusiast, as you can effortlessly whip up this fantastic soup, all for just 4 SmartPoints.


Meet Katherine, the nutrition expert at American Folk Magazine! With a Master's degree in Nutritional Sciences and certified as a nutritionist, she shares practical tips and evidence-based insights to help you lead a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

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