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Too easy!! Great tasting diet soup which has protein. Thanks for sharing!!
It was good. I measured the amount of cups everything was and divided it by the calories for all cans added, it ended up being 140 calories per a cup.
Love this! It is sooo simple! I like to use low sodium veggies and soup and then add my own seasonings.
This tasted like can and was sooo salty! I ended up throwing a lot of it out b/c no one would eat it :(
I am sorry - maybe it is the ingredients you use but to me this tasted just like canned soup. I prefer homemade anytime although it certainly was quick and easy to throw together.
It doesn't get any easier than this! I buy low-sodium canned goods and add extra spices (namely pepper, italian seasoning, garlic and onion powder). I usually need to add a little bit of water too. I love it, my husband loves it, and it takes five minutes to throw together. I make this all the time!
This is a great idea for after you have a baby. I made this and froze it a week before I was due. Ate it daily after the baby came. I did have to add extra seasoning b/c it was a bit bland though. Thanks for posting.
I thought it was super easy and tasted great. I just made a few changes. I added an extra can of diced tomatoes. I got 1 can regular diced tomatoes and 1 can italian diced tomatoes (to add a little extra seasoning). I also used frozen mixed veggies. I also drained the beans and added a little chicken stock. I also added a few egg noodles and some broccoli. A little garlic powder and black pepper also added a little more seasoning. Made an excellent hearty veggie soup for me to take to work!
DH and I both started counting our points lately and found this recipe. Made it for dinner last night and used frozen veggies on the corn and mixed veggies to decrease the salt and keep it a bit fresher. A nice quick dinner and very versatile; we will make this again. Thanks!