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Healthy Crockpot Soup

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Healthy Crockpot Soup

 

Makes 8 servings; 1.5 points per serving

 

Ingredients:

 

1 (14.5) oz can chicken broth

1 chopped onion

1 red bell pepper

1 (15.5) oz can pinto beans

1 (14.5) oz can corn, drained

1 (16 oz) can pork and beans

1 package chili seasoning mix

2 (14.5 oz) can chopped tomatoes

 

Put all ingredients in crockpot and simmer all day.

 

PER SERVING: 155 Calories, 1.5 g Fat, 8.9 g Fiber


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Now that sounds easy!! I like easy these days! :D Will make this soon, thanks for posting for us smile.gif

Have a great OP day!

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Thanks and I hope you enjoy it. It is very easy to make!

 

You have a great OP day today too!

 

Cheree


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Cheree, Is a serving size around 1 cup? I was wondering if you knew. I would like to try this soup. Sounds good for this weather here.

 

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Lori,

 

Sorry I didn't see your question earlier. Yes, it makes approximately 1 cup per serving. In fact, I have this in my crock pot right now - smells great!

 

Cheree


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I just got this recipe from another source and made it this weekend! It's wonderful! I used two cans of red kidney beans instead of the pinto beans and pork and beans. Also added a chopped up zucchini to the mix. Adds a little more bulk without adding points.

 

Highly encourage everyone to try this one!


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Count me in....

 

printing out....

 

Thanks! bcbsalute.gif

 

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Dawna


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thumbup.gif thumbup.gif This is delish! Made it the other night and DH ate almost the whole pot!

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This is the best soup! I freeze it in serving sizes and it reheats well in the microwave! Wonderful!

 

Bede


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I tried this and LOVED IT.

 

It was so easy. That is what I look for anymore...healthy and easy. tongue.gif

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Bump! Making this one today.

 

Dawna


"I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please everyone". - Bill Cosby

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Guest Tory

Ohh this sounds os yummy...i just got a new crock pot for christmas and am looking for great recipes!!

 

Deffinatly gonna try this one :D :D

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I made this soup yesterday... It was fabulous!! I'm glad I have left-overs for lunch this week!


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I made this soup today. It was great. It is very similiar to chili in taste. I added some fat free cheddar cheese on on top. It was real nice on a very cold now filled day here.


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I made this today. Loved it. It will be great in my lunch next week. Thanks for posting.

 

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I want to make this and am wondering if the corn is the only thing that you drain. What about the other cans? Thanks for your help. Kathy

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Guest sparksfley

Hi all... Was lurking on the BB titles and saw this boards name. But I read it wrong - thought it said "Crack pots & Pressure Cookers". I thought it was for the neurotic... :D

 

The scary thing to me.... I thought it was the perfect place for me, until I got in here and saw the actual topics... OOooohhhhh CROCK pots. odear.gif

 

LOL

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Guest raidermom

LOL!!!

 

Now THAT is funny!

 

.......darn, it would've been the perfect place for me and a few other 'wiseguys' around here!! ;)

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Guest raidermom

.......since I'm here, I may as well try the soup!

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aim_teacher,

 

I drained the pinto beans too (and rinsed them). I don't know what others did. smile.gif

 

Peggy,

 

I used Pork n' Beans (old classic - Van Camps). I wonder what kind others used(?)

 

Cheree


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Just to add my two cents worth...

 

I only drained the corn, plus I added a can of kidney beans along with the pinto and pork & beans.

 

Did everything else the same, even added the onions, which I can tolerate cooked, but if there is any crunch, ick! However, the onions were all floating on top and weren't quite done enough to my liking so I scooped 'em out. Soup was very good. Sooo easy and nice to come home to a dinner already done. Next time, I think I'll saute the onions first.

 

Vicki

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Yum! I love soup!

 

Thanks for posting!

 

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Goal - 160

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Guest NewMeIn2003

I will print this recipe out and try it. I need to go to store and get those yummy ingredients. Thanks. Jan

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