Advantages Low in Fat, Calories and Sugars. High in Fibre and Protein. Cheap & Suitable for Vegetarians.
Disadvantages You need a can opener... otherwise none!
|Value for Money|
These days for 50p you think you can just about get a packet of crisp or a bar of chocolate and let’s face it for most of us it is hitting us hard and we are making huge cut backs. However Sainsbury’s has released this beautiful tasting soup, which from King to Pauper can enjoy. This handy soup has enough benefits that you will become a complete convert, what makes it better, this well kept gem is only 52p!In order to save for my holidays I had to make some major cutbacks, which included cutting my lunch bills, which were costing me around £5-6 a day… horrendous! Also when you think of holidays of course it is time to start shedding some weight as well. I thought soup would be a great idea, they tend to be low in fat and are cheap, I realised that they maybe cheap but when it comes to fat content they can be deceiving too. This soup (based on half a can basis) has only:
0.2g Saturate fat
4.8g Total Sugars
So it is cheap, beneficial and Sainsbury’s own brand. Now what was bugging me was that this product was going to taste vile… how wrong was I!After can opening, tipping out the content into a bowl and microwaving the product for 4mins, it was hot, simmering and the smell was pleasant.
So let me just recap the benefits:- Low in calories, fat and sugars
You can buy this Super Soup at Sainsbury’s. Just don’t tell Sainsbury’s about this review otherwise they will up the price, lol.I also use this as a Chilli Con Carne Base. Just add meat, a little bit of salt and chilli and voilla you have Chilli Con Carne!
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