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Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - Discover Plan Points' started by lucysmommy, 9 June 2009 Social URL.

  1. lucysmommy

    lucysmommy Gold Member

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    does any one have a zero point recipe? and also is it freezable

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    sortingoutmylife Silver Member

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    Butternutsquash is my fav soup...

    Cut up a butternutsquash, add a chopped red pepper, a chopped leek and veg stock (depends on size of bns, but enough to cover veg), bring to boil, simmer til veg is softened then blend. A nice creamy soup :)

    Haven't frozen it in past, but don't see why you can't!
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    mommyB love it

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    i put carrots and garlic in mine as well for a bit of extra oomph but like Sharon says it is gorgeous
     
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    Madferret Mad as a Hatter

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    I did one with Carrots, leeks and curly Kale - absolutely gorgeous and brimming with iron...

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    Curlz Hiya Chucks!!

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    My fave at the mo is honey roast swede soup it has points but only the honey is pointed so its still very low...it is really nice,think i put the recipe on the recipe thread a while ago,have a look.:)
     
  7. lucysmommy

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    thanks ladies

    i asked on the main WW forum and got laughed at!! wasnt offended right enough but another member had a right go at her lol

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    Madferret Mad as a Hatter

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    Don't know why you got laughed at ? it's a pretty regular question to ask

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    lucysmommy Gold Member

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    apparently thats why tho, cos everyone asks it lol

    oh dear, she didnt need to reply

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    Madferret Mad as a Hatter

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    Doesn't sound like us... we are a nice bunch over here...

    Never mind

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    thanks tracey


    it wasnt on this board but the official weight watchers forum

    i love it here everyone is very friendly

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    hey, we do our best:D
     
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    Oh I stopped going on the official WW forum months before I moved to SW I found them quite an argumentative bunch!!

    One of my favourites is Thai Butternut Squash - just fry in Frylight loads of BNS, carrot, onion, add a bit of garlic and a teaspoon or two of Thai 7 Spice, add stock, bring to the boil, simmer for 20 mins then puree - its hot but really lovely and freezes well. Theres a nice carrot and ginger WW recipe thats on the recipe thread somewhere thats gorgeous and yields loads.
     
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    thanks lydia will deffo give them all a try

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    Slice 2 leeks, grate 2 carrots and 2 courgettes and put in pan with 1.5 L stock. yum.
    Another that I love is tomato. Cut 2 onions into 8 pieces, quarter about 8 tomatoes. Put in pan with 1.5 litres stock. Cook 15 mins, whizz up, sieve to get rid of the seeds and serve. Delish.
     
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    I fry onions and garlic in a little bit of olive oil - you could use fry light but i prefer olive oil, and it's split up throughout the recipe - so prob not that bad for you. Then add a chopped red pepper, sliced celery, butternut squash (that had, admitedly (sp?) gone a bit soft and a bag of chopped turnip and carrots then i added water and let it boil for a while - an hour or two maybe? Not quite sure how long as i went to the pub and got my mum to turn it off for me! ;)
    It tasts really delicious - didn't bother to blend for 2 reasons.
    1. I don't ahve a blender
    2. The pieces are quite small and add a nice bit of texture.


    Hope this helps. Xx
     
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    I love the sound of these and am going to pas them on to my daughter who is doing WW.

    They will be a great help.
     
  18. 2bSlimmerMe

    2bSlimmerMe Keeping on going!! :o)

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    I made a sunshine soup today (did cheat a bit and cook my chicken in the same stock!)

    Basically chopped squash, carrot, onion, yellow pepper and put into the chicken stock - Think I cooked it for about 20-25 mins. For last few mins added some lime juice and spinach. Blitz it, and was very yummy. Didn't last long enough to freeze.
     
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