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  1. sue_eadie

    sue_eadie Well-Known Member

    I am looking for recipes for the morphy richards soup maker - does anyone have any weight watcher friendly ones please?
     
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  3. rubyeskimo

    rubyeskimo Well-Known Member

    To be honest I just chuck random vegetables in mine, cover with stock and leave it to do its thing! Experimenting is part of the fun!

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  4. SlimmingKitchen

    SlimmingKitchen Well-Known Member

    tin of tomatoes
    carton of passata
    handful of red lentils
    beautiful thick creamy tomato and lentil soup.

    potatoes and leeks and veg stock with a couple of spoons of fat free greek yogurt makes a lovely leek & potato soup. xxx
     
  5. sue_eadie

    sue_eadie Well-Known Member

    Thanks both. Will get experimenting.
     
  6. susieb33

    susieb33 Well-Known Member

    We love b.nut squash, onions. Not keen on green leafy veg soups, I don't like the green colour. I make a veggie soup, don't whizz it up but add some tiny pasta bits in last, like a minestrone. Onion soup, with toasted crumpet breadcrumbs as croutons,sprinkle with Parmesan 1 treat
     
  7. MummySarahE

    MummySarahE Well-Known Member

    I love making soup. I basically throw a bit of everything in and call it vegetable soup. Lentils make it more substantial if you want to use some propoints.
    I always have spinach and spring onions in my garden, so usually my soup looks a bit green lol
     

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