22 Reviews

Excellent! Used diced toatoes rather than crushed and added freshed diced at the end. Will make again with milk rather than cream to cut the calories....I actually tried it before I added the cream and it was delicicious just lake that. Also may try with basil rather than thyme. Everyone loved it.....so long Cambells!

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logicalhenry August 04, 2008

Very easy preparation and the house smells wonderful. I made this for lunch today and my DD and I loved it. I did reduce the honey by about half as I don't like things too sweet. For me, that was perfect. We decided to add a bit more cream after tasting it too. Very yummy and I will make this often. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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mums the word June 06, 2013

Wonderful Tomato soup! Generally the only commercial tomato soup I like is Amy's Organic Tomato Bisque but at $3.49 per can (single serving) it can get costly. I like this one every bit as much for less than half the price! Total winner in this house.

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K9 Owned April 26, 2013

I made this tonight for 120 people at my church. (Have to love that serving # adjust feature on the web site.) I did not substitute anything other than to use regular chicken broth rather than low sodium and subsequently cut back on the additional salt. I couldn't find low sodium chicken broth in 48 oz cans. Also I used my stick blender to puree the soup after adding the tomatoes to the onions but before adding the broth - just because my regular size stick blender would not have been adequate if I had waited until all the liquid was added.

This soup received raves. We were having a relatively simple lenten supper of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches, and people kept coming back for more soup. My five year old even finished his tomato soup. I will definitely try this at home in smaller quantities.

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susankmidwest February 13, 2013

This soup was incredibly easy to make. I do think it tasted a bit much like eating creamy pasta sauce straight out of the jar, but I added a bit more cream and tossed some really flaky crescent rolls on top and it was amazing. I will definitely use this recipe again.

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Tess_Manicki October 17, 2010

We really enjoyed this recipe... My husband is a big fan of Tomato Bisque to I gave it a try... it was a big hit... I made a few modifications because of what i had on hand. I used regular sodium chx broth, and dry thyme. We were very impressed and will be making this again. Thanx

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Bakin Betty April 14, 2010

Turned out very underseasoned once I added the cream to the soup, I was looking for something creamy and rich and wound up with what tasted very much like pasta sauce. I added some balsamic vinegar and more cream some parmesagn cheese and salt to the dish wich helped out a lot. Probably will not make this dish again.

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Erin Bean April 10, 2009

This is a great tasting, very tomato soup. I left the soup chunky, the next time I will blend it. I didn't have heavy cream so I used milk and a little cream cheese. I also used dried herbs. I'll be making this often this winter.

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Andrea in NH January 07, 2009

I'm giving this 4 stars because I thought it was a 5 and my bf thought it was a 3. I loved the creaminess of it and I think all the ingredients blended well together. He thought the onion was over powering and it wasn't sweet enough. I will definitely make this again but try to tweak it to suit his tastes a bit more.

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Bekah49036 December 02, 2008
Tomato Bisque