Cambridge Vegetable Soup – 137 Calories
I would highly recommend people try that combination I do like the majority of the soups available and the only way really of knowing if you like them is to give them all a go, everyone’s taste buds are different so what others don’t like to you love -)
What Cambridge Dieters Say:
“Loved all the soups” – Sally Duff
“I didn’t have a problem with any of the soups” – Amy Evans
“In order, starting with fav: Veg (delish), Mushroom (v good), Chicken & Mushroom (good), Leek & Potato (ok)” – Donna Poston
Add 227ml (8 fl oz) of hot (not boiling) water into a container, add the sachet to the water , using a blender or whisk, mix until smooth with no lumpy bits – eat within 15 minutes. I wouldn’t recommend using your shaker to make up the soups.
Nutritional Information per 40g serving
Energy KJ 576
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
Maltodextrin, Soya protein isolate, Soya flour, Milk protein, Powdered cellulose, Hydrolysed maize protein, Dried vegetables (red peppers, onions and carrots), Soya lecithin, Flavouring, Potassium chloride, Potassium phosphate, Calcium carbonate, Stabiliser (xanthan gum), Compound vitamin and mineral mixture**, Magnesium oxide, Black pepper, Dried parsley, Colour (Beta-carotene).
Allergens: Contains milk, soya and wheat gluten.
**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.