What's Winter without a warm, creamy cup of goodness? When it's cold out, all I crave is soup, but some kinds can take a long time to make, especially Butternut Squash. If you don't feel like making it from scratch, Imagine has done all the peeling, de-seeding, and chopping for you and made an Organic Creamy Butternut Squash.
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This soup has a deliciously warm nutmeg flavor, but since it's a little on the thin side, one cup just wouldn't cut it as a realistic serving. The small container on the left is equal to two cups, so I included that in the chart. As you look at the label, it starts off pretty healthy since it's very low in calories and has a small amount of fat. The sodium is pretty high though (almost half your daily recommended amount), but I guess that's to be expected from pre-made soups. It also doesn't have as much fiber as I would have expected and no protein whatsoever.
To make this soup a little healthier, take the large 32 ounce container on the right and add two steamed carrots (sliced), a half a steamed sweet potato (diced), a half a can of kidney beans, and a half of a cup cooked barley. It makes four hearty servings that are more filling, more exciting, and also have more fiber and protein.