Warm and creamy ham and potato soup with half the calories! This is a great recipe for Weight Watchers and tastes like it’s full of cream.
It’s the first week of the new year, which means exercise and dieting are in full swing for people everywhere. I find myself jealous of the guy on “The Biggest Loser” the other night who lost 22 pounds in a week. Wouldn’t that be fabulous? But since we live in the real world and the rest of us aren’t on the Biggest Loser ranch, we’re left to fend for ourselves and work our hind ends off on our own. Thank goodness for the other help we have out there!
This soup is a light recipe that many Weight Watchers members use in their point system. At 4 points per serving and only 148 calories (say what!?), this delicious potato soup is one that you don’t have to feel guilty about eating. I made this for my family for dinner and my husband liked it more than the other potato soup recipe I’ve made that’s full of heavy cream and other additives. There really is hope out there! And to top things off, the crock pot does all the work for you. Oh happy day!
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This recipe is one of our very favorites when we’re trying to lose weight! And because it has so few calories per serving, I don’t feel guilty about eating a roll or two with it. We love this recipe!
Are you on My Fitness Pal? Make this soup and search “Weight Watchers crock pot ham and potato soup” to log it!