Sunday 27 September 2015

My Top 3 Amy's Kitchen Organic Soups

Hi Everyone!

Today I wanted to share a round up of my top 3 favourite organic soups that I've tried from Amy's Kitchen for my focus on Organic September this month. Amy's Kitchen are a family business started back in 1987 and Amy has a real passion for organic food and holistic healthcare so the brand were just perfect to feature.

First up we have the cream of mushroom soup* that can be had as a soup, as part of a risotto dish or also used as an ingredient in a wider meal.

The ingredients are organic and include mushrooms (duh!), onions, arborio rice, leeks, celery and organic cream/butter which gives the nice creamy sweet taste but is still low fat.

Next is the french country vegetable soup* which is completely different to the last one, this is much more "hearty" and is really quite filling for a soup. 

The ingredients are things such as tomatoes, onions, courgettes, mushrooms, red sweet peppers, garlic, organic white beans and long grain red rice so all of that packed in a soup is going to be great as a lunch option and it's easy to heat up in the office microwave, 2 minutes then stir then pop back in for a further 2 minutes until it's ready. 

Last but not least, these are in no real order, we have the chunky tomato soup*. Tomato soup for me will always be a bit of a classic, it's something so readily available and there are so many different versions. For me this was one of the best I've tried.

The soup has tomato puree and also diced tomatoes which give the chunky texture which I like alot. The taste is really nice and the flavour is something you can only really achieve with quality ingredients and does stand apart from regular options as a more luxury type product. This soup is also low fat which is fantastic news for me.

I've had Amy's Kitchen products before so the great flavours and taste came as no surprise and the soups definitely are a great option to reach for especially at lunch. Outside of the soup range they have various ready meals I'd recommend, try out the mac & cheese if you want your mind to be blown (in a good way). You can check out all of the different lines on which will also have a link to their store locator. 

I hope you liked this post, I have a few more Organic September posts before the month closes out so keep an eye out for those and I have been working on my Youtube channel so should be having some videos up soon! Leave any video suggestions in the comments below and I can get to work on them.

Thanks for reading!

Love Sally X

1 comment

  1. I love Amy's Lentil soup! It's great with Naan bread.:)


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