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Imagine That: Soups For Folks On The Go

With our busy lives, between work, exercising, and our families, cooking a healthy dinner doesn't always get done.

Since it is National Soup Month, I thought I would tell you about my favorite ready made soup.

Imagine makes a whole array of pre-made, organic soups and broths. They're sure to warm you up during these cold months.

They make soups such as Creamy Butternut Squash, Creamy Potato Leek, and Creamy Sweet Potato. They're made with actual organic vegetables and herbs, and their garden-fresh flavor is preserved by their aseptic packaging.

They also make stocks and broths such as Free-Range Chicken, No-Chicken, and Vegetable - a great base for your favorite soup recipes.

Look for them at your local health food or grocery store next to the cans of soup. They come in a few sizes, so you can make a bowl or a whole batch.

Fit's Tip: They're great on their own or you can add your favorite veggies, herbs, and spices to make them unique and a little more hearty. My favorite recipe - add sweet potatoes, carrots, and a little freshly grated ginger to the Creamy Butternut Squash Soup. It's delicious.

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inlove23 inlove23 6 years
That looks soo delicious! I have always seen butternut squash soup in cook books, but it didn't really appeal to me. I'm going to try to make this homemade (and by that I mean racheal ray style. haha).
katvetrano katvetrano 6 years
yea I'm actually surprised you guys did a story on premade soups..the sodium aspect of these are really dangerous (even if you don't eat a lot of salt during the day or have regular blood pressure). Is this brand maybe good about it? That would be so cool:)
themexcellentone themexcellentone 9 years
Imagine's chicken stock is really good, and makes homemade chicken soup taste even more amazing! As for the sodium content...I have high blood pressure and I try to avoid foods with a lot of sodium. When I do end up eating more sodium than I should, I make up for it by drinking a LOT of water. Your body gets rid of the excess salt anyway, as long as you drink a lot of water. Your kidneys will excrete the excess.
KWM KWM 9 years
This is my favorite soup and a total weeknight staple for me! I love the Tomato and the Broccoli, I also saw recently that they have a mushroom one that I want to try!
littlehippymomma littlehippymomma 9 years
i love this stuff! it is the closest packaged soup that competes with my moms.-well-fed hippy alien
Beaner Beaner 9 years
Sodium is okay unless you have high blood pressure, right? I just got the Sweet Potato one - it's new. I add vegggies so there's more to it - and then my boyfriend is all impressed and thinks I made it from scratch. Little does he know...
DesignRchic DesignRchic 9 years
Hm, yea, I never noticed the sodium content. But I rarely eat salt in anything either, so I think I'm OK. Thanks for looking out nycgirl ;)
tra tra 9 years
I agree NYCgirl...the sodium is a killer!
scratch5 scratch5 9 years
I have only tried the butternut squash souup. BUt think I will check out the tomato one too. It is a bummer about the sodium - I agree with nycgirl.
nycgirl nycgirl 9 years
My only beef with pre-packaged soups - their sodium content is off the charts. Drink the soup and you are pretty much maxed out on sodium for the day per RDAs. How do these match up?
crispet1 crispet1 9 years
I second that. TJ is my bff.
DesignRchic DesignRchic 9 years
This is actually really good! I get it at Trader Joe's. They also have Tomato Soup and Red Pepper/Ginger/Carrot soup.
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