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There’s nothing that feels better when you’re sick (or really, anytime for that matter) than a good old fashioned bowl of homemade chicken soup. But with this Weight Watchers chicken noodle soup recipe, you can still enjoy a traditional homemade soup, yet still be able to avoid lots of extra fat and calories and stay within your Points range. Make a big batch of chicken noodle soup in your crock pot for the whole family! Or freeze individual servings for later — this is one of my favorite things to do. That way, you’ll have some prepared meals on hand for emergencies. And by emergency, I mean feeling too lazy to cook. You can just pop one out of the freezer and reheat! This Weight Watchers crock pot recipe is so easy to prepare and makes such a yummy, low calorie chicken soup!

Weight Watchers Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

1 chicken whole, no skin, cut up
2 medium Carrots — peeled and chopped
1/2 cup onion — peeled and chopped
2 Stalks celery — coarsely chopped
2 1/2 teaspoon Salt
2 teaspoon parsley
3/4 teaspoon marjoram
1/2 teaspoon basil
1/4 teaspoon Poultry seasoning
1/4 teaspoon Pepper
1 Bay leaf
2 qt Water
2 1/2 cups egg noodles

Place the first 4 ingredients in a 3 1/2-quart slow cooker in the order listed. Combine salt and the next 6 ingredients; sprinkle over vegetables. Add 6 cups water; cover and cook on low setting for 8 to 10 hours. Remove chicken and bay leaf; add remaining 2 cups water. Stir in noodles and cook, covered, on high setting for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, remove bones from chicken and cut the chicken into bite-size pieces. Add to slow cooker, stir to mix. Cook for 15 minutes on high setting, covered or until noodles are tender. Makes 3 1/4 quarts.

Entire Recipe makes 13 servings
Each serving = 1 cup
Each Serving = 1 Weight Watchers Point


  1. JoAnne Moore Reply

    my family and I have voted to have this at least once every other week….It is wonderful, easy to prepare in advance and is very filling……..I use the boneless, skinless, chicken breasts and I substitute the water for 98% fat free chicken broth (each can is 2 cups)….wonderful!!!

  2. This looks great! I am making it tonight but I think I will use the boneless, skinless chicken breast. This should cut a lot of fat down. I may also add frozen green peas to make it a bit more filling. Any other soupr recipes that are not difficult nor fattening? Thanks

    • LaaLoosh Reply

      Indeed! Here’s a link to my weight watchers soup recipes:

  3. Say thank you for the recipe and don't whine. Just use your imagination. You can use boneless, skinless, fat free chicken breasts. You can also use your Recipe feature on WW and create the recipe and it will tell you the points. See… can do it. :)

  4. caroline triefler Reply

    This recipe bothers me because it is not specific enough. What size chicen are you supposed to use? What about all of the fat that is still on the chicken . Just because the chicken is skinless does not mean the fat has been removed. Even the picture they show of the packaged chicken shows alot of fat. Shouldn't the fat be skimmed off before the soup is eaten.

  5. This soup looks AMAZING! Thank you for the wonderful pictures……I cannot wait to try it!

  6. clara knight Reply

    with the new points system ,what is the carbs,protein,fat fiber count for this soup?Please respond so I can enter with the new calculator.

    • Sorry, but I don't have the nutritional stats for this recipe…only the old Points value.

  7. This looks amazing but I had the same question as the above person did what do you use to measure a serving?

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