Weight Watcher Recipes – Crock Pot Potato Soup

The above picture was taken in December of 2011 and the one below was just recently taken. (3/2/14). What a difference a couple years make huh? I just decided to to retake this shot again to update the photo. :)



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It doesn’t really feel like soup season right now. The weather here has been so strange lately. Normally by this time we have a lot of snow on the ground and right now, we don’t even have any snow. The temps have been fairly nice too. Today we had some freezing drizzle and I had to drive about 15 mph to work this morning. By the time lunch time hit, the roads were pretty clear.

I just love crock pot recipes because they’re so easy. Just dump all the ingredients in and let the pot do the rest. Stir every now and then and your meal is ready. I’ve been finding a lot of good crock pot recipes too lately. The other week ago I cooked some ground turkey meat balls in the crock pot with some marinara sauce and that was so good. The only ingredients in this soup are a bag of frozen hash browns, cream cheese, cream of chicken soup, and onion, and chicken broth. The only hard thing to do is to chop the onion and if you have one of those onion chopper gadgets then it’s even easier. This is one really creamy soup, if you have a lactose intolerant husband like I do, make sure he takes his pill. :)

Weight Watcher Recipes

Calories 222.1, Fat 10.2 g, Carbohydrate 25.4 g, Fiber 1.6 g, Protein 8.8 g

Points Plus: 6

Servings 8

Weight Watcher Recipes - Crock Pot Potato Soup
  • 1 30oz. bag of frozen, shredded hash browns
  • 3 14oz. cans of chicken broth (less sodium)
  • 1 can of cream of chicken soup (98% fat free)
  • ½ cup onion, chopped
  • ¼ tsp. ground pepper
  • 1 pkg. cream cheese (1/3 less fat)
  1. In a crockpot, combine everything EXCEPT for the cream cheese. Cook for 6-8 hours on low heat. About 1 hour before serving, add cream cheese and keep heated until thoroughly melted.
  2. Note: I added the cream cheese in right away and it still turned out fine.



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  1. Heidi says

    I tried this recipe and I really liked the potato soup even tho for some reason mine turned out a little chickeny tasting, still very good, also I really like the hashbrowns in it because it seems easeir for my almost 2 year old daughter to eat it. I will be bringing the soup to work all week to finish :)

  2. says

    Looks yummy!!!

    I always buy bags of frozen chopped onions for soup recipes… even with my onion chopper, my eyes still water and burn so badly that I can’t see out of them!

  3. Jacquelina Pennington says

    I made this and loved it and so did my family. It was real easy. I added a can of cut green beans (drained and rinsed) to mine because my husbands likes green beans in his potato soup.

  4. June Bug says

    One of my facebook friends posted this recipe but it called for only 2 cans of chicken broth (14 oz each). I’m planning on making it tomorrow so I wonder should I use 2 or 3 cans? I guess I will start with two and see how it looks.

  5. June Bug says

    Me again. Okay, I made this today and it is truly delicious…just try eating only one cup! I did make a couple of minor changes; I had to cook it longer as the hash browns were still a little chewy after the allotted time so I cooked it probably for another hour. I also cooked up some low sodium turkey bacon until crisp and chopped it up. I added it after the first hour and I love the way it gives the soup a bit of smoky flavor. And lastly, I used a hand blender and made the whole soup smooth because I didn’t like the bit of a grainy texture it had. This is a keeper!

  6. Rachel says

    I’m going to try this crockpot potato soup for the 1st time tomorrow. I’m going to put fat free cream of mushroom soup in it instead of the cream of chicken soup. & 28 oz of fat free chicken broth & 8 oz of 1% milk & some chopped brocolli & maybe a little real butter. The hash browns & the onion & the cream cheese will stay the same. Can I put the cream cheese in at the beginning? Ooh, I’m hoping it will be delicious!

  7. Katie says

    Is the serving size really 1 1/2 cups? I measured it out and that seems like a lot and there is no way I’ll get 8 servings if they are that big.

  8. Jenna says

    No water just 3 cans of chicken stock. You could use water if you wanted to, but I think that would leave out the flavor.

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  10. Claudette roller says

    recipe tells how many servings but fails to tell the serving size. Does anyone know what the serving size is ?


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