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    Branded soups!

    Hi there, I love soups this time of year and do make my own, but sometimes I want something quick and easy, maybe to take to work! I do have the SW directory but just wondered if anyone can recommend some yummy branded FREE soups that they've tried, or any that are really low in syns! Thanks!X








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    As far as I know there aren't any packaged/tinned soups that are free.
    There are a few that can be used as a HEB and they'll be listed in your ook.
    I make my own usually now to be sure they're free. I made carrot and coriander today and it was really filling and warming. I had it with a chicken and ham sandwich for my lunch xx
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    I made my own Chilli Bean Soup today and it was YUM! I doubled up the receipe so LOADS to keep me going! I think some of the Weight Watchers soups are low in syns if you need to syn them.

    These are the soups you can have on a HEb
    HEb – Soups (G/O)
    Aldi - 200g serving (1/2 can) Aldi Be Light Spicy Tomato & Lentil Soup
    Aldi - 200g serving (1/2 can) Aldi Be Light Tuscan Bean Soup
    Aldi - 250g serving (1/2 pot) Aldi's Soupreme, Spicy Parsnip / Tomato & RedPepper soup

    Asda - 200g serving (1/2 can) Asda Organics Cream of Vegetable Soup ** NEW **
    Asda - 200g serving (1/2 can) Asda Organics Spicy Lentil & Bean Soup ** NEW **

    Asda - 200g serving (1/2 can) Asda Thick Country Vegetable Soup
    Asda - 250g serving (1/2 pot) Asda's Fresh Good For You Tomato & Basil Soup

    Asda – 300g serving (1/2 pot) Mushroom Fresh Soup ** NEW **
    Asda – 300g serving (1/2 pot) Pea & Ham Fresh Soup ** NEW **
    Asda – 300g serving (1/2 pot) Organics Vegetable & Lentil fresh soup ** NEW **
    Baxters - 208g serving (1/2 can) Baxters Healthy Choice, Chunky Carrot, Bean and Quinoa Soup ** NEW **

    Baxters - 208g serving (1/2 can) Baxters Healthy Choice, Autumn Vegetable Soup ** NEW **
    Baxters - 208g serving (1/2 can) Baxters Healthy Helpings, Chunky Country Vegetable soup
    Baxters - 208g serving (1/2 can) Baxters Healthy Helpings, Smoked Bacon & 3 Bean soup
    Baxters - 208g serving Baxters Vegetarian Carrot & Butterbean soup
    Baxters - 208g serving Baxters Vegetarian Spicy Parsnip soup

    Baxters - 208g serving Baxters Favourite Scotch Broth Soup ** NEW **
    Baxters - 300g serving Baxters Favourite Scotch Vegetable soup with Lamb ** NEW **

    Baxters - 208g serving Baxters Healthy Choice Italian Bean & Pasta soup
    Baxters – 300g serving Baxters Favourites, Winter Vegetable Soup ** NEW **
    Baxters - 320g serving Baxters Healthy Choice Lentil & Vegetable soup
    Baxters - 320g serving Baxters Healthy Choice Chicken & Vegetable soup

    Baxters - 320g serving Baxters Healthy Choice Minestone & Wholemeal Pasta soup
    Baxters - 320g serving Baxters Vegetarian Tomato & Butter Bean Soup
    Co-op - 200g serving Co-op Spicy Tomato & Vegetable Soup, canned
    Co-op - 300ml serving Co-op Simply Carrot and Coriander Fresh Soup, 600ml pot
    Co-op - 400ml serving Co-op Simply, Chunky Vegetable Fresh Soup, 600ml pot
    Crosse & Blackwell - 300g pot Crosse & Blackwell Waistline Fresh Carrot & Coriander soup

    Duchy originals – 300g Spinach Fresh Soup with nutmeg and sage, 600g pot ** NEW **
    Green Giant – 330g pouch Green Giant County Garden Vegetable Soup ** NEW **
    Green Giant – 330g pouch Green Giant Farm Harvest Mushroom Soup ** NEW **
    Green Giant – 330g pouch Green Giant Vine Ripened Tomato Soup ** NEW **
    Heinz - 200g serving Heinz Special, Spicy Parsnip soup
    Heinz - 300g can Heinz Lentil Soup
    Heinz – 400g can Heinz Classic Chicken & Barley Broth ** NEW **

    Marks & Spencer – 208g (1/2 can) Eat Well Pea & Ham Soup**NEW **
    Marks & Spencer – 300g serving M&S Eat Well Carrot & Butterbean Soup ** NEW **
    Marks & Spencer – 320g serving M&S Organic Lentil & Vegetable Soup ** NEW **
    Morrisons – 300g serving (1/2 pot) Morrisons Tomato & Basil Fresh Soup ** NEW **
    Morrisons - 400g can Morrisons Bettabuy Vegetable Soup
    New Covent Garden – 300g (1/2 pot) New Covent Garden Food Co Root Veg Medley Soup ** NEW **
    Sainsbury - 200g serving Sainsbury's Organic Tuscan bean Soup
    Sainsbury - 300g serving Sainsbury's Fresh Carrot & Coriander soup
    Sainsbury - 300g serving Sainsbury's Fresh Low Fat Minestrone soup
    Sainsbury - 300g serving Sainsbury's Fresh Vegetable Low Fat Soup
    Sainsbury - 400g can Sainsbury's Be Good to Yourself Vegetable Broth

    Simply Organic – 300g serving (1/2 pot) Simply Organic Tomato & Basil Fresh Soup ** NEW **
    Somerfield - 300g serving Somerfield Carrot & Coriander Fresh Soup, 600g pot
    Somerfield - 400g serving Somerfield Country Vegetable Fresh Soup, 600g pot
    Somerfield - 400g serving Somerfield Tomato & Basil Fresh Soup, 600g pot
    Suma Wholefoods - 400g can Suma Wholefoods Organic Carrot & Coriander soup
    Tesco - 300g serving Tesco Creamy Vegetable fresh Soup, 600g pot

    Tesco - 300g serving Tesco Spicy Vegetable & Adzuki Bean fresh Soup, 600g pot ** NEW **
    Tesco - 400g can Tesco Chunky Potato and Leek Meal Soup
    Waitrose - 200g serving Waitrose Italian Bean fresh Soup (from 600g pot)

    Waitrose - 300g serving (1/2 pot) Waitrose Cream of Tomato fresh Soup
    Waitrose - 300g Serving (1/2 pot) Waitrose Tomato and Basil Fresh Soup
    Waitrose - 415g can Waitrose Perfectly Balanced Carrot & Coriander Soup
    Waitrose - 415g can Waitrose Perfectly Balanced Spicy Parsnip soup
    Weight Watchers - 295g can Weight Watchers Country Vegetable soup
    Weight Watchers - 295g can Weight Watchers Hearty Vegetable Broth
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    Just be aware that this thread is over a year old and this list is likely not very up-to-date

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circes View Post
    Just be aware that this thread is over a year old and this list is likely not very up-to-date
    Besides, home made is best - a lot of those have cream, salt and even added fat/oil

    If in doubt make a few gallon and get freezing

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    The Waitrose Tomato and Basil one was in the SW mag as HExB. I had it today and it was delicious, but not as satisfying as the ones I make myself. At the moment the kitchen is out of action so I'm buying soup to take to school with me, so if anyone can recommend any of the others on the list that ARE still HExB's I'd be extremely grateful. (Really I'm looking forward to making soup on the shiny new cooker that appeared in the kitchen today though).
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    Don't worry, I make a lot of my own soups and always keep an eye on the SW website for HEX ones, but quite frankly resent spending 11-12 syns on a tin of soup nevermind using a HEX for half of one!! I posted that 14 months ago not long after starting SW!! Can't believe where the time has gone and really proud I'm still here and hard at it!! X








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    Quote Originally Posted by funcurls View Post
    Don't worry, I make a lot of my own soups and always keep an eye on the SW website for HEX ones, but quite frankly resent spending 11-12 syns on a tin of soup nevermind using a HEX for half of one!! I posted that 14 months ago not long after starting SW!! Can't believe where the time has gone and really proud I'm still here and hard at it!! X
    This is my exact attitude Funcurls. I can't work out though whether I am just being bloody-minded, frugal or what!

    I prefer to spend my precious syns on things I cannot easily make myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    This is my exact attitude Funcurls. I can't work out though whether I am just being bloody-minded, frugal or what!

    I prefer to spend my precious syns on things I cannot easily make myself

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    Exactly!! It's not being bloody minded or frugal it's just that you get so much more for your syns (or lack of) when making your own and you know exactly what's going into it!! No salt, oil or preservatives and probably far nicer in flavour!! Well done on your loss so far hun, I see we have a similar amount to go!! Gutted that before Christmas I had 10.5lb to go, but heyho, I'm still here and hard at it and WILL get to target albeit the scenic way!! X








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    Can anyone tell me if the M&S Spicey Tomato & Red Lentil soup is ok for HexB? Thank-you.
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    if it is not on the healthy extra list then no it wont be I am afraid.

    branded/ready made soups are always going to be high in syns as they don't qualify for any free food allowance whatsoever. So unless using one of the qualifying healthy extra ones, stick to making your own I say

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    hi anyone know the syns in duchy originals chicken and tarragon soup please
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    Quote Originally Posted by saunders0000 View Post
    hi anyone know the syns in duchy originals chicken and tarragon soup please
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    1 syn for every 20 calories as no free food allowance

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