Weight Watchers tomato and red onion soup

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SlimmingWorld tomato soup
SlimmingWorld tomato soup
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  • Skill level: Easy peasy

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Weight Watchers tomato and red onion soup is a real favourite. This easy-to-cook tomato soup with a dash of Tabasco sauce makes a delicious lunch or light dinner for anyone who's watching their weight. This recipe serves 3 people and will take around 40 mins to make. We'd recommend making this delicious soup in a big batch so you can freeze some for future lunch or dinners when you're short on time. This lower-fat soup recipe is perfect if you're trying to be healthy and you're counting calories. The tangy red onion, sharp tomato, Tabasco sauce and hint of garlic make one mouth-watering combo.


  • 4 large tomatoes, halved
  • 1 medium onion, thinly sliced 
  • 1 clove garlic, crushed
  • 1 spray low-fat cooking spray
  • 600ml tomato juice
  • 300ml fresh stock
  • 1tbsp dried mixed herbs
  • 1tsp basil, torn into pieces, plus extra, to garnish
  • 1 splash Tabasco pepper sauce 
  • 4 small pots very low-fat plain yogurt


  1. Preheat the oven to gas mark 6, 200C, fan oven 180C. Put the tomatoes, onion and garlic into a roasting tin. Spray with low fat cooking spray and roast for 20-25 mins, turning once. Cool, then remove the tomato skins and chop the tomatoes.
  2. Pour the tomato juice and stock into large saucepan and add the roasted vegetables, mixed herbs, basil and Tabasco. Bring up to the boil, then reduce the heat and simmer, partially covered, for 5-10 mins. Serve the soup, topping each portion with 1tbsp yogurt and a few basil leaves.
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Jolene goodtoknow Editor

Hi Tracie - we are just working through all of our Weight Watchers recipes at the moment to add the pro points values. We'll let you know when we're done. Thanks for flagging this

Tracie Hall

Could you put a pro points value on the recipes?


weight watchers have apoint system that divids fiber and fat...the higher the fiber the more you eat the higher the fat and sugar the less you can eat...They do not use calorie counts

Annette McDonald

please can the recipes have a calorie count, it will be really helpful for those of us on a diet, thanks

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