Weight Watcher's Potato Soup

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 2 Ratings
Serves: 4-6
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Ingredients

32 oz chicken broth, non-fat
3 lb potatoes, diced
8 oz reduced fat velveeta cheese
4 slice bacon, cooked crisp
1/4 c fat free sour cream
1/2 medium onion, diced
3 Tbsp water
2 Tbsp flour

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Linda Stevens Recipe
Full Flavored
Longview, TX (pop. 80,455)
bittygirl51
Member Since Jun 2011
Linda's notes for this recipe:
I love potato soup and this one is delicious made with low fat Velveeta and crispy bacon. If you want it to be a bit healthier, you could make it with turkey bacon.

Each 1 cup serving is 4 Points Plus
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Directions

1
Combine broth and potatoes. Cover and cook 20 minutes or until potatoes are done.
2
While potatoes are cooking saute onions. Add to mixture.
3
Cook bacon until crisp. Cool on paper towel and once cooled break into pieces.
4
Stir in cheese and sour cream. Simmer until cheese melts.
5
Thicken with flour and water mixture. Add crumbled bacon before serving.

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user Cindy Grice cpcgrice - Sep 13, 2012
how many points is this per cup? I have a fiend on weight watchers and I make lunches and share with her when we are at work. Weight Watcher's Potato Soup
user Linda Stevens bittygirl51 - Sep 14, 2012
Cindy, This is an old WW recipe and when I got it, the recipe stated that it was 2.5 points per cup. Since WW no longer counts 1/2 points and have now gone to the Points Plus system, I would suggest that you count 1 cup as 4 points plus. To be absolutely sure you could put the ingredients in the WW recipe builder on WW website and it would tell you how many points plus per serving it is. A safe estimate though, in my opinion would be 4 PP. I have edited my recipe to reflect the Points Plus value.
user Linda Stevens bittygirl51 - Dec 14, 2012
I just made this again yesterday. It is very good. I do follow the measurements and ingredients to the letter. It seems like a lot of potatoes and not enough liquid, but works out perfect. Very easy and quick. The most time consuming part is peeling the potatoes, especially if they are small! LOL
user Linda Stevens bittygirl51 - Dec 23, 2012
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