Weight Watchers 0 Point Cabbage Soup

This soup is a complete winner in my books because it’s a whooping 0 Weight Watchers points. The best part is you can customize the soup to your liking, just make sure you count the points if you are adding something other than veggies. I usually add 3-4 ounces of chicken to the soup for a total of 3-4 Weight Watchers points. You can also pair it with a nice sandwich. As I write this post I am eating it with a nice tuna sandwich, a perfect pairing for such a yummy healthy soup. It takes me 20 minutes from start to finish to make this soup. Completely worth the effort.

Ingredients:

  • 3.5 cups of non fat, low (to no sodium) beef broth (one box of broth will work perfectly and you can use other types of broth if you wish)
  • .5 – 1 tsp of oil
  • 2 garlic cloves minced
  • 1 tablespoon of tomato paste
  • 2.5 – 3 cups chopped cabbage
  • Half an onion
  • 3/4 cup chopped carrot
  • 3/4 cup green beans
  • 3/4 cup chopped zucchini
  • Spices – I use basil, thyme, oregano and some Mrs. Dash Extra Spicy Seasoning (Mrs. Dash spices are amazing because they are salt free)

Directions:

  1. Add oil to a pot and saute the onions and garlic for 3- 5 minutes.
  2. Add broth, tomato paste, cabbage, green beans, carrots and spices to taste.
  3. Simmer for a about 5-10 minutes until all vegetables are tender.
  4. Add the zucchini and simmer for another 5 or so minutes.

[Update: Jan 11, 2015] Since many readers are asking about PointsPlus and Calories for this recipe, I have decided to add this for information for your convenience. There are several food and diet websites that allow you to enter the ingredients above and calculate these values for you if there is a recipe on this blog that does not include it. Thanks.

Nutrition:

Here is the full nutritional information, which includes the calories from the vegetables.

Calories (cal): 310 / 104 if you do not include the raw vegetables
Fat (g): 6
Sodium (mg): 3030
Potassium (mg): 1406
Total Carbs (g): 55
Dietary Fiber (g): 15
Sugars (g): 31
Protein (g): 20

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  • Nancyann - The cabbage soup was DELICIOUS!!!ReplyCancel

  • Diana S - Thank you I have been wanting this for awile now.ReplyCancel

  • amanda - This is my favorite dish. You can also add some protein from tofu to chicken to shrimp, The possibilities are endless with this soup.

    Thanks for the comments everyone,
    CrazyGirlEats 🙂ReplyCancel

  • amy - I am cooking it now smell yummy.ReplyCancel

  • Roberta - I made it tonight… added some fresh mushrooms. When I dished up a serving, I seasoned with it Sriracha hot sauce and added 2 Tablespoons of Greek Yogurt. This is so delicious! I think I’ll season it a little differently each time I eat a bowl of it. There are so many possibilities!ReplyCancel

    • melvin - @Roberta We usually try different seasonings before serving. It becomes a different dish each time we make and serve it.ReplyCancel

  • Skinny Recipes « Lindsay O Photography - […] had this before. It’s basically the Weight Watchers 0 point vegetable soup recipe (I found it here, but slightly different versions are available all over the Internet), but I added a couple […]ReplyCancel

    • kelli - I also do mine in a crock pot and use diced tomatoes , part tomato juice and part chicken broth.ReplyCancel

  • Wanda - I make this soup, put in large bowl and add seasonings extra, i make it with mexican taste. By adding pack of taco bell sauce! It great!ReplyCancel

  • Jerri - Very good. Now how do I post this to my food tracker on WW?ReplyCancel

    • amanda - Hi Jerri,

      Please see the nutritional values below. This should help you track your points for the soup.

      Calories 21, Fat 0.1, Fiber 1.5, Protein 0.9, Sodium 34.5

      Thank you,
      Amanda 🙂ReplyCancel

      • Katy - Hi Amanda!

        This looks delicious and I think I’ll definitely be making it soon! Question – either I totally missed it (possible, ha ha) or it’s not available, but what is the serving size?? I saw you mentioned 21 calories, but for what serving size?

        Thanks!ReplyCancel

        • amanda - Hello Katy,

          Thanks for the comment. This is my favorite soup and you can so much with it. The serving size it 1 cup.

          Enjoy,
          Amanda 🙂ReplyCancel

          • Katy - Thanks, Amanda!

            I just made this and I am completely in LOVE already. It is SO easy to customize! I added some plain, nonfat greek yogurt with some sriracha as someone suggested and some fresh cilantro on top. mmmm! Going back for seconds! 🙂

    • Wilma Abron - You may already know this by now about entering this in your WW Tracker–but here is the easy way. Build a recipe–enter this as a recipe and add it to your favorites there. Each time you eat this you can find it in your favorites. Good eating!!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - Is it also 0 points plus???ReplyCancel

    • amanda - Hello Michelle,

      Yes this soup is still 0 Points under the new points plus plan. So eat up and enjoy.

      Amanda 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Paula - I have made this twice in 2 weeks…I just love it. I didn’t use any oil…just threw everything in a pot and simmered it. Zuchini is expensive right now so I left that out but added some cauliflower and broccoli this last time. Very yummy!!!ReplyCancel

    • melvin - @Paula Thanks for sharing your substitutions. This dish is so flexible. Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • MaryJo - My husband and I made this today and he said that it is the best soup he has ever had. Extremely good.
    -MJReplyCancel

  • Latrica - This looks great. I will be making this real soon. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Olivia - Is this recipe freezeable? Thanks!ReplyCancel

    • amanda - Yes, I have had other people freeze the recipe. I personally have not. I just keep it and eat it for the week.

      Thank You,
      AmandaReplyCancel

  • alyssa - This is delicious but when I entered the recipe in, I came up with 1 point per serving, not zero.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - In the process of making this right now 🙂 It smells amazing 🙂ReplyCancel

  • julie - I see that a serving is 1 cup. How many servings in total does this recipe make? Thanks!
    JulieReplyCancel

    • amanda - Hello Julie,

      I am not sure of the exact amount as it changes each time I make it. I would say approximately 5-6 cups.

      Thank you,
      AmandaReplyCancel

  • Victoria - I just made this and added frozen cheese tortellini at the end. Sooo Good that I had 2 huge bowls.ReplyCancel

    • melvin - @Victoria Wow, now that is a novel idea. This recipe is so flexible. Never would have thought of adding some kind of pasta/noodle.ReplyCancel

  • Christine - I made this soup and the longer it sits in the fridge the better it is!!! Also added to the broth Tamari Sauce and Brussels sprouts, even my husband liked it!!! Delicious.ReplyCancel

    • melvin - @Christine Brussel sprouts is a good idea. I will have to try that next time.ReplyCancel

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  • jodie - Thiscant be 0 points with the oil.ReplyCancel

    • amanda - Hello,

      Yes, for one serving this is 0 points. If you eat the entire pot in one sitting then yes the point value would be higher. It’s only 0.5 a tsp for the entire pot.

      Thank you,
      AmandaReplyCancel

  • Annette Cross - Love the low calorie and cabbage too.ReplyCancel

  • Pauline Souilliere - How many calories?ReplyCancel

    • melvin - @Pauline 310 calories. We updated our recipe with some nutritional information.ReplyCancel

  • Robbyn - I’m trying to figure how there’s 20g of protein?ReplyCancel

    • melvin - @Robbyn We submitted our ingredients into a nutritional calculator and that’s what it said.ReplyCancel

  • Erin - How many servings?ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - This soup is AWESOME! Very filling.ReplyCancel

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