Cambridge Spicy Tomato Soup – 137 Calories

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On March 21, 2013
Last modified:November 20, 2013


I have to say I do agree with the comments below from other Cambridge dieters, I thought I had made it up wrong but I really didn’t enjoy this one at all

cambridge spicy tomato soupI did try the Cambridge spicy tomato soup a few weeks back and I have to say I do agree with the comments below from other Cambridge dieters.

I thought I had made it up wrong but I really didn’t enjoy this one at all but the idea of adding hot sauce from Mel Crookall sounds like a good idea and something I will probably give another go.

What Cambridge Dieters Say:

Found spicy tomato tasted a bit chalky” – Lisa Simmonds

“I love the tomato with hot sauce” – Mel Crookall

“The consistency, taste everything was not great” – Sally Duff

“spicy tomato-chalky,didnt like it one” – Helen Wade

“Had the spicy tomato last night …..and didn’t enjoy it a little powdery” – Sheila Cook


Empty the contents of the sachet into a container, then add a small amount of cold water. Stir the mixture until it you only have to make this soup differently to the others  – makes a thick, smooth paste. Add 227ml (8fl oz) of hot (but not boiling) water. Using a blender or whisk, carefully mix until completely smooth. All soups must be consumed within 15 minutes for full nutritional benefit.

Nutritional Information per 40g serving

Energy KJ 576
Kcal 137
Protein g 13.5
Carbohydrate g 13.6
–          of which sugars g  4.9
–          starch g 8.1
Fat g 2.5
–          of which saturates g 0.4
–          mono-unsaturates g  0.4
–          polyunsaturates g 1.2
–          trans fats g trace
–          cholesterol mg 0.3
Fibre g  3.3
Sodium* g 0.6
–          *Salt equivalent 1.4g


(with sweeteners): Whey protein concentrate, Tomato powder, Maltodextrin, Powdered cellulose, Refined soya oil, Soya protein isolate, Potassium chloride, Calcium phosphate, Salt, Hydrolysed maize protein, Flavouring, Citric acid, Compound vitamin and mineral mixture**, Magnesium oxide, Calcium carbonate, Stabiliser (xanthan gum), Colour (paprika extract, beta-carotene), Dried
parsley, Soya lecithin, Sweetener (aspartame*). * Contains source of phenylalanine. Allergens: Contains milk and soya.

**Compound vitamin and mineral mixture: Maltodextrin, Ascorbic acid, Ferrous fumarate,
Nicotinamide, Vitamin E acetate , Zinc oxide, Calcium D-pantothenate, Sodium fluoride, Manganese sulphate, Copper gluconate, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Vitamin A acetate, Thiamin hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Potassium iodate, Chromic chloride, Folic acid, Sodium molybdate, Sodium selenite, Vitamin K, D-Biotin, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12. Important allergen information: All soups have been produced in a factory that handles nuts and peanuts.

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