This is a review in partnership with The Niche Parent Network & Conference. All opinions are my own.
The temps here in Maine have been absolutely ridiculous lately. January and February are my least favorite months of the year for that very reason. It’s always bitterly cold. All I want to do is curl up on the couch with a comfy blanket, and a hot bowl of soup.
When I have the time, I prefer to make my own soup. I make a killer chicken soup with dumplings. Seriously, it’s pretty fantastic. Being a Mom to a busy almost 9 month old, though, I rarely ever have time to make it, or any other soup for that matter.
I was recently introduced to The Original SoupMan’s line of 7 different soup varieties – Lobster Bisque, Chicken Noodle, Tomato Bisque, Lentil, Crab and Corn Chowder, Jambalaya and Chicken Gumbo. Can you say YUM?! Now I can have amazing soup whenever I want, without making a mess or taking up too much of my time. That’s a dream come true for this Mom.
I love that these soups come in boxes and not cans. I’m not really a huge fan of eating anything out of a can for health reasons. The boxes are very convenient and easy to open, and they are 100% free of BPA and sustainable. They also keep the soup tasting crisp and fresh, unlike soups from a can that always seem lackluster to me.
So far, I have tried the Chicken Noodle and Tomato Bisque and they were both incredibly flavorful and hearty. Nothing beats a warm belly full of delicious soup on a cold day! I think the Crab and Corn Chowder sounds great for lunch tomorrow, and I’m really looking forward to trying it.
About The Original SoupMan: The Original SoupMan’s world famous soups were famous long before the famous “Seinfeld” episode that inspired the Soup Nazi character on Seinfeld’s “No soup for you!” episode. Available at over 500 Walmart locations, over 750 Stop & Shop, 1400 Safeway stores, Giant, Martin’s Supermarkets, plus other grocers across the nation, fans can enjoy The SoupMan’s original recipes in the comfort of their own home. Find a store near you here: http://bit.ly/16FyefS.