This is a review in partnership with The Niche Parent Network & Conference. All opinions are my own.
In honor of National Soup Month, I was able to sample The SoupMan‘s Seven Wonders of the World soup flavors, available in fresh, modern Tetra Pak cartons. There was Chicken Gumbo, Lentil, Tomato Bisque, Crab & Corn Chowder, Jumbalaya, Lobster Bisque, and my personal fave – Chicken Noodle Soup.
Today I served the soups to my family for lunch with grilled cheeses on the side. It was perfect timing for soup, too. The temperature had dropped drastically, and outside, freezing rain was coming down hard. We snuggled up in our pjs all day and had yummy soup for lunch. My littlest one and I shared the chicken noodle soup. Mr E loves crab, so he chose the Crab & Corn Chowder. My teenager, Miss Em, had Tomato Bisque, and Nate picked Jumbalaya.
The soups were delicious. The chicken noodle soup is a little different than the average chicken noodle. The spices and flavors were delicious. Can you see all those veggies!?!
My son loved the crab and corn chowder. He loves seafood. I snuck a taste or two from my older daughter’s tomato bisque, and it was really wonderful. I love tomato-based soups. My husband really enjoyed the jumbalaya as well.
I have to say I loved the tetra paks over the typical soup can. They were so easy to open, and you didn’t need a can opener – just follow the directions and it opens easily. In fact, I’m thrilled I can send one of the other flavors we haven’t tried with my husband to work, and he will easily be able to open it without any tool.
Another thing I loved was the great recipe ideas to make the soup your own, such as adding extra lobster to the Lobster Bisque or adding ground turkey to the Lentil soup, or pouring the Tomato Bisque over pasta . I can’t wait to try some of these recipes myself. But, what I really loved was that when you first open the soup, the scent of deliciousness just wafts right to you. They smell so good, you just can’t wait to dive in and eat!
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