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This Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup is ZERO POINTS on the new Weight Watchers Freestyle program!

Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup

Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup (0 Point Weight Watchers Freestyle)

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instant pot taco soup

0 Points (Freestyle)
12 servings

Update May 2018… Now in the CROCK POT, too!

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instant pot taco soup

Zero Point Chicken Taco Soup

  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 1 15.5oz can seasoned black beans, drained
  • 1 15.5oz can light kidney beans, drained
  • 1 8oz can tomato sauce
  • 10oz bag frozen corn
  • 2 10oz cans diced tomatoes with green chilis
  • 1 packet taco seasoning
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 2 boneless, skinless chicken breast
  • ½ cup water
  1. Place all ingredients in your Instant Pot.
  2. Make sure seal is in lid properly, apply lid, set vent to sealing.
  3. Set instant pot to soup (or you can use manual) with high pressure for 8 minutes.
  4. Allow to natural pressure release by not touching the vent for 10 minutes.
  5. Shred chicken breast with two forks and place back in pot.
  6. Serve and enjoy.

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  1. Tried toy taco Cohen soup tonight, it was delish

  2. I just made this and it’s wonderful. I used pinto beans rather than kidney beans. Can’t do kiidney beans. Wanted to add homily but didn’t. Can’t wait to be ready to eat. Chicken fell apart in pot when I opened it. This is a keeper. Enjoy enjoy enjoy

    1. I’m 99.9999% sure pinto beans are not zero points as they are higher in fat than other beans. If you use pinto, that’s fine and sounds good, but the soup is no longer zero points.

      1. Shannon, according to FREESTYLE, all beans are 0 points.

    1. Yes you can make it in a crockpot. Put chicken on bottom then everything else. Cook low all day

  3. I made this last night in the IP. It was very good with a lot of flavor! I have found that most everything I have made in the IP is better the next day but, this recipe was very flavorful from the get go. I can not wait to see how it is today for lunch.
    Thank you for this awesome recipe.

  4. I made this tonight but IP said burn and man did it ever….. I’ve never had that happen before….

  5. This is delicious, and I’m eating it all week for lunch. However, when I enter it into the point calculator on the recipe builder on WW, I keep getting 1pt at 12 servings. I believe it has something to do with the kidney beans. When I enter in 15.5 oz it tallies that up as 9pts. What am I doing wrong?

    1. You can delete my post. I contacted WW and they explained how to enter it into the system. There are still a lot of canned brands in the food bank that have points associated with them. Thanks again for the recipe. It’s delicious.

  6. Just wondering how much is one serving?

  7. I wonder if I can use my old PRESTO 104 pressure cooker. I don’t wnat an I-pot. I do have a slo cooker my daughter gave me. I am hoping to use my old pressure cooker, though.

  8. I added an extra cup of water and added it first, then the rest of the ingridents adding the tomato sauce on top and I still got a burn notice. When I opened it up everything seemed fine and the chicke was almost fully cooked. I added extra water just in case, so I put it back on the same setting and let it cook again?

  9. Will this work with chicken fajitas strips? How long? Will it be the same amount of time??

  10. Would it change the point value to add a packet of ranch dressing mix so it has a little more of the “traditional” taco soup flavor?

    1. No! Ranch powder is 0! I did that and it was delicious!

  11. I have made this many times in the crock pot. Made it today in my IP. The crock pot is better. The IP was good but more soupy. The crock pot makes it like a stew. Eliminate the water if using the crock pot.

  12. I just made this soup and it is AMAZING! How do I track it on my App? It doesn’t come up when I search it :( Must I track every ingredient separately?

    1. It’s 0 points so I just do a quick add.

  13. If I use homemade taco seasoning which has cumin and chili powder, should I still put the additional the recipe calls for?

  14. Can i use frozen chicken will it increase the time cooking?

  15. New to IP cooking, is it the soup setting for 8 mins or is it just soup setting and if done on manuel setting for 8 mins.

  16. Made this tonight. Turned out perfectly and was delicious!! 1 1/2 cups water and included the liquid from the beans. 8qt. IP…used the Soup button. Took 30 minutes to pressurize.

  17. Is a serving 1 cup? This looks delicious. Must try!!

  18. I scanned all ingredients using WW app. It does register beans and corn as points, along with the taco seasoning. I measured out 1 cup servings and got 9 total servings at 4 points/serving.

    1. The Freestyle program is new, so the scanner has not completely caught up yet. Beans and corn are 0 points.

  19. Super good but 12 servings for one person is a bit much lol. Does it freeze well?

    1. I would just divide by 2 and do 6 servings and refrigerate it. :D

    2. I have made this soup many times in the crock pot. It keeps really well in the freezer in glass storage bowls.

  20. This is a GREAT recipe. I’ve been cooking a ton of different recipes in the instant pot. Very tasty!!
    I’ve made it twice. I did add a couple of squirts of Tabasco sauce in it.
    Houston tx

  21. Can I use pulled pork I have some leftover
    It is plain nothing on it instead of chicken

  22. Hi
    I made this soup and it turned out fantastic. My huband commented that is the perfect amount of seasoning/heat.
    I know all the ingrediants are 0 freestyle points…. However when you look at the freestyle ingediants checker it states that tortilla soup is 8 points.????

    1. This isn’t tortilla soup – tortillas would definitely add points. :)

  23. Followed the recipe but has “chili seasoned black beans” as that’s all I could find for seasoned. Didn’t add the chili powder as a result but followed the rest of the recipe exactly. This is a keeper. Other taco soups I have tried are too watery or not hearty or tasty enough. Enjoyed it with a dab of sour cream, a pinch of Mexican cheese mix and green onions!

  24. What size instapot do you need to make this recipe as written? Will a 6 quart work?

  25. What can you use as a substitute for the tomato sauce and diced tomatoes ?

  26. I made this in the instant yesterday. We absolutely loved it! I topped mine with FF sour cream and low-fat Cheddar – delish!!!! Thank you for your wonderful website!

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