As a huge soup lover, there is nothing better on a cold fall or winter’s day than cozying up to a warm bowl of hearty soup. I can’t get enough of it and for me, soup is a year-round staple, especially with an on-the-go lifestyle.
My life is made so much easier by either making soups or stews in advance that last for the week or stocking up on delicious pre-made options. If I buy a pre-made soup, there are two factors that must be considered: the taste (obviously) and the price.
Convenient and Reliable
Finding the right mix is made easier with Campbell’s Chunky MAXX soup. Now, I have always been a fan of the Chunky soups, in fact, it’s the only prepared, heat and serve option that I eat. Chunky MAXX is their newest line, apparently made for men looking for quick, filling and tasty food. As a 5’ 2” woman weighing in at approximately 120-ish lbs, I can safely say that this soup is definitely made for me too! I may be small-ish, but when it’s time to eat, I can certainly put it away.
These Chunky MAXX soups contain premium meats including bison, black angus beef and smoked turkey. When I get ready to eat lunch during my busy workdays, I can’t afford to spend too much time prepping. For added convenience, these soups come in a microwaveable heat-and-eat tub. Their instructions call for microwaving the tub between 2 – 2 1/2 minutes and you’re good to go. Make sure to remove the tub with something to protect your hands afterwards because the plastic gets pretty hot to handle.
With 40% more meat and 18-26 grams of protein compared to the original Chunky soups, all six of the Chunky MAXX soups will keep my hunger satisfied and my belly full until the next meal.
Homemade Flavor That Won’t Break the Bank
Chunky MAXX soups are so delicious that it’s hard to tell they aren’t homemade. I grew up outside of NYC, but as a gal with family roots in North Carolina and New Orleans, I can really appreciate these well-seasoned and tasty recipes. I love that the big tender chunks of meat are balanced throughout the bowl, seen in every spoonful. Coming in at around $3 per tub, they’re a great inexpensive dinner option as well. Just add a side salad!
The six delicious flavors are big on flavor and not on guilt (ranging from 150-230 calories per 8oz serving):
- Dark Meat Chicken & Sausage Gumbo with Spicy Andouille Sausage
- Bison Bacon Burger with Carrots & Potatoes
- Black Angus Beef with Yukon Gold Potatoes, Portobello Mushrooms & Toasted Barley
- Smoked Turkey & Bacon Corn Chowder with Wild Rice
- Grilled White Meat Chicken & Bacon with Noodles & Smoked Paprika
- Grilled Sirloin Steak with Ham, Red Beans & Rice