Imagine a cold December night- you’re sitting by the Christmas tree and the wind is howling outside. You’ve got a cheesy, holiday rom-com on the TV and you’re snuggled up under a soft, fleece blanket. What could make this night more cozy? A big bowl of warm soup! But, not just any soup. Warm Weight Watchers Soup that will warm you up from the inside out and keep you on track with your goals. After a big bowl of one of these soups, you’ll feel even more cozy knowing you’re fueling your body well. 

This guide to Warm Weight Watchers soup recipes will take you from the traditional soups like baked potato, to unique (but still tasty) soups like tomato tortellini soup. We’ve got a range of flavors to please any palate. The one thing each soup has in common – it’s healthy and low in Weight Watchers points. These 10 Warm Weight Watchers soup recipes will get you through the coldest winter! 

1. Warm Weight Watchers Soup: Cabbage 

We’re starting off with a cabbage soup because this one can be severely underestimated. Cabbage may not be your go-to food, but when it comes to soup, it’s a great veggie to use up. This Weight Watchers cabbage soup is packed full of healthy veggies, hearty ground turkey, and plenty of flavor. And it’s just three Weight Watchers points per cup. 

2. Creamy Broccoli, Cauliflower and Cheddar Soup

If you didn’t know, cauliflower is a fantastic addition to soup, because once blended, it creates a creamy, comforting texture we love in soup. It’s very similar to what you get with a creamy potato soup, but much lower in carbs and calories. So don’t let the broccoli or cauliflower turn you off from trying this delicious, creamy soup. 

3. Warm Weight Watchers Soup: Slow Cooker Beef and Barley

There’s not much better than a big bowl of this savory beef and barley soup. Especially since it just sits in the slow cooker all day and you barely have to do anything before sitting down to a satisfying meal. With tender chunks of lean beef and hearty veggies mixed into a savory broth, this soup will easily make the weekly rotation. 

4. Baked Potato Soup

Potato soup is probably the most popular “comforting” soup. It can be overly high in calories though, since it’s traditionally made with a lot of butter and cream. This version uses light cream cheese, light butter, and skim milk to keep it light on calories, but still ultra creamy. You won’t be disappointed! 

5. Warm Weight Watchers Soup: Chili

Everyone needs a classic chili recipe to get them through a cold winter. This recipe is packed with nutrient-dense veggies, and is low in Weight Watchers points- just four points a cup. It’s perfect for any meat lovers in the family. And don’t forget to serve this healthy cornbread alongside the hearty chili.  

6. Tomato Tortellini Soup

Tomato Tortellini soup is a great, fun way to spruce up the typical bowl of tomato soup. Adding any kind of pasta to soup is always a good idea and the cheesy tortellini pairs perfectly with the tangy tomato. Even though it has cheese and pasta in it, it is still only three Weight Watchers points per serving. It’s a win-win! Healthy, satisfying, and absolutely delicious. 

7. Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

You may not be able to have a bacon cheeseburger while on Weight Watchers, but you can definitely get all of the yummy flavors of it out of this soup. Similar to the baked potato soup, this version uses light dairy products to keep the calories low. And it’s packed with lean ground chicken to give it the meaty texture we need for a cheeseburger soup. 

8. Chicken Coconut Curry Soup

Chicken coconut curry soup can double as a sauce as well – to put over rice or veggies. So make a large batch of it and you can eat several different entrees throughout the week. One night, have it in soup form with a piece of toasted naan bread. With just three points per cup, you can easily have it alongside some carbs. The next night, you can pour a bit of it over some chicken and rice, and be on your way to a filling, flavorful, healthy meal. 

9. Warm Weight Watchers Soup: Turkey Stew

Turkey Stew is one Weight Watchers point per serving. If that alone doesn’t make you want to try it, then you should also know that it’s super easy to cook. With a slow cooker to tend it throughout the day, your only job is to make sure the crockpot is actually on! You’ll come home and be hit with the smell of a delicious, herbed soup ready to warm you up from the inside out. 

10. Chicken Alfredo Soup

If you love chicken alfredo but don’t want to use all of your calories and Weight Watchers points on a plate of pasta, make this soup instead. Chicken Alfredo Soup is made with shredded chicken, light alfredo sauce, low-fat cream of chicken soup, unsweetened almond milk, and chicken broth. It’s creamy and will curb all of those pasta cravings without taking up precious Weight Watchers points. 

Stay warm and toasty this winter with these 10 Warm Weight Watchers soup recipes. They’ll keep you on track with your goals without sacrificing any flavor. You can join in on soup season and be completely satisfied, all while staying healthy!

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Health and Wellness Writer. B.S. Dietetics. Le Cordon Bleu Graduate. 10+ years of experience in the fitness and nutrition industry!

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