This simple Weight Watchers potato soup is easy to make and perfect for weeknight dinners. It can be done and on the table in 30 minutes or less!
The other great thing about this delicious soup is that it’s creamy, packed with flavor, and you can enjoy it on any of the three myWW programs with Weight Watchers. Check out the points info on that below!
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Sometimes at the end of a long day the last thing I want to do is create a time consuming recipe. So that’s where things like this potato soup come in…they’re simple and flavorful, the whole family loves them, and I get to be out of the kitchen in a 1/2 hour or less!
Here is what you will need to make Weight Watchers potato soup:
As always, find the full amounts, ingredients, and nutritional approximations in the recipe card at the bottom of the post. Here’s a list of ingredients you can use for reference or shopping!
We will be using garlic, salt and pepper, cayenne pepper, onion, chicken stock, low fat cream cheese, and of course…potatoes!
We usually have all of these things on hand so this is a recipe we can easily whip up when the craving strikes!
How does this recipe count for myWW or the Freestyle program on Weight Watchers?
For the Weight Watchers program the new Freestyle is the myWW program which has three color coded levels. You could be on green, blue, or purple and still enjoy this delicious soup. Check out the breakdown below so you know how to count this recipe for yourself!
As always, remember to recalculate if you are using different brands, amounts, or making substitutions because even small changes can impact your overall points!
- Green Plan: 9 Points per 1 cup serving
- Blue Plan: 9 Points per 1 cup serving
- Purple Plan: 4 Points per 1 cup serving
This recipe is 6 servings of 1 cup each. If you want to lower the points you can try using fat free cream cheese, or less potatoes.
For a good, hearty meal that I can serve with veggies or a salad I don’t feel like this recipe is too bad. But if you need to make changes you can certainly do so, most of the points come from the cream cheese and the potatoes!
How to make this easy potato soup:
This is a very simple recipe. As I mentioned, you can be done and ready to eat in about 30 minutes!
First we need to combine the broth, potatoes, onion, and spices in large stock pot. We will boil this mixture on medium heat until the potatoes are tender.
Next, smash just a few of the potatoes to release their starch for thickening the soup. Leave most of them whole or chunky.
Reduce the heat to low now and allow the soup to simmer, we’ll add the cream cheese and keep stirring until the cheese is melted and the soup is creamy and delicious!
Looking for other delicious Weight Watchers soup recipes?
You are in the right place! I have tons of great soup recipes to share with you. Just a few of my favorites are the Weight Watchers Chicken Taco Soup, Mushroom barley soup in the Instant Pot, Weight Watchers hamburger soup, and my favorite homemade chicken noodle soup!
Printable Weight Watchers Potato Soup Recipe:
- 4 cups chicken broth fat free
- 3 lbs potatoes (peeled and cubed )
- 1/4 cup onion (minced )
- 1 clove garlic (minced)
- 1/2 tsp seasoned salt
- 1/4 tsp pepper
- 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
- 8 oz cream cheese (chunked) Low fat
- Combine broth, potatoes, onion, and spices in large stock pot
- Boil on medium heat until potatoes are tender
- Smash a few of the potatoes to release their starch for thickening
- Reduce heat to low
- Add cream cheese
- Stir frequently until cheese is melted
Amount Per Serving Calories 362Total Fat 15gSaturated Fat 9gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 4gCholesterol 48mgSodium 776mgCarbohydrates 51gFiber 5gSugar 5gProtein 8g
As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts, WW points and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.