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I think my husband may have been the most excited in our household to receive the box of Frontier Soup mixes to try. The man LOVES soup. I love easy – and natural foods.
Frontier Soups is a company that provides comfort foods in all-natural mixes. The mixes contain no added salt, preservatives, or MSG – and they’re easy to make. Most of what we received call for broth and/or chicken. They’ve all taken about 30 minutes to prepare, but they generally take between 30 and 45 minutes to make – and most of that is cooking time, which allows me to step away from the stove and spend a few minutes with my family.
The first soup we tried was the Alphabet Soup. My son is 3 and hasn’t quite grasped the concept of soup. He loved this, though. He loves noodles and the letters were right up his alley. I was even able to get him to eat vegetables and chicken! (I didn’t include as much of the broth for his serving.)
The directions were easy – add the chicken broth and pre-cooked chicken. (I cooked my chicken just before adding it to the soup, but you can buy pre-cooked.)
A week later, we tried the Tortilla Soup Mix. Again, add pre-cooked chicken, broth and salsa. I used the medium flavored salsa, which made it too spicy for our son. And rather than adding the tortilla chips directly to my soup, I ate this as more of a chili and scooped it onto the chips. It tasted great!
This past week, we made the tomato basil soup. It called for heavy cream, pureed tomatoes, chicken broth and a small amount of brown sugar. My husband made this soup and it turned out amazing. (And it wasn’t too difficult for him to make on a work night when we were all rushing around.) My family was in town and ate it the following day for lunch. The soup received MANY compliments.
Frontier Soups has a variety of mixes and I received the following:
South of the Border Tortilla Soup Mix,
Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup Mix
Florida Sunshine Red Pepper Corn Chowder Soup Mix
West Coast Kale and Quinoa Vegetable Soup Mix
Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil Soup Mix
Little Schoolhouse Alphabet Soup Mix
(We’ve tried the tortilla soup, alphabet soup and the tomato basil soup.)
I love that they take very little time to make. They are filling and they don’t require a side item (we tend to have sandwiches with soup.)
And right now, you can save 20% off the price of the Moms Meet Soup Mix 6-pack. You must use this link to get the special, as it isn’t offered through their main site. (And no worries – that is not an affiliate link. I receive no compensation if you purchase anything.) And even better? It’s free shipping. SCORE.
If you don’t want to order through their site (but why wouldn’t you?), you can find their products at Whole Foods, The Fresh Market, Kroger Natural Stores, Central Market in Texas, Great Harvest Bread Stores, Omaha Steaks, Braum’s Fresh Markets and 1500 other independent and specialty stores across the country, and in Canada at Sobey’s and Whole Foods. Products are also available online at Frontier Soups, Abe’s Market and Amazon.
Now, what soup mix would you most like to try?