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Amazing Soups - Weight Watchers Recipe Reviews

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This week is the Hubby's Birthday and there WILL be over indulgence. So in the run up to his special day, and in the aftermath, we are closely watching our food!

We have been trying out some of the Zero Point Soups I have discovered on the Weight Watchers website.

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Rating: 4 stars

We liked this one. It smelled great and tasted good too. It takes a while to make though because I find butternut difficult to handle when it comes to the peeling and dicing, and then there is the time it takes to bake the flesh... but it's totally worth it. One to plan ahead for though.

Pumpkin, Ginger & Apple Soup

Rating: 3.5 stars

It's probably because I couldn't get hold of a pumpkin (this close to Halloween? I'm stunned! They'll be every where next week I bet) and used "assorted squash" from Asda instead, but this - as nice as it is - isn't our favourite. I've made it twice though and enjoyed it. I can't wait to try it with ACTUAL pumpkin.

Italian Inspired Vegetable Soup

Rating: 4.5 stars

I was bound to love this one, it's very close to the zero point soup we make ourselves anyway. Always good to try a variation though. This one scores high for being a much quicker soup to prepare so it's ideal for after school/work.

More Soups


Over the next few days I will be experimenting with advice from this article: How To Make: Easy Vegetable Soup





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