There’s something supremely satisfying about tomato soup. Whether you have time to curl up on your couch and enjoy a hot bowl of it at home or bring a batch to enjoy on the go, it’s hard to not smile when enjoying this comfort food favorite. While you can certainly make tomato soup from scratch, being able to pluck a product off the shelf and have a soup on your dinner table in 20 minutes or less is also super convenient. Plus, there are a ton of unique tomato soup varieties on the market and many of them are creamy and dairy-free! Nowadays, you’ll find tomato soups with all sorts of yummy add-ons from vegetables and legumes to pasta and unique seasonings you probably wouldn’t have thought of adding to soup yourself. And the best part is you can find a ton of these tomato soups online! Here are 15 we think you should check out.
Dr. McDougall’s Chunky Tomato Soup
Dr. McDougall’s is known for creating hearty, vegan versions of some of the most popular soups in existence – tomato being no exception. Dr. McDougall’s Chunky Tomato Soup is a dairy-free and gluten-free soup made with filtered water, vegetables (tomatoes, onion, garlic), organic evaporated cane juice, corn starch, sea salt, spices, and basil. Each serving is 115 calories and provides eight grams of fiber and seven grams of protein. Reviewers are saying that this soup is flavorful (and not overly salty), is seasoned wonderfully, and has a good amount of chunky tomatoes in it. Reviewers are saying that this soup does have a bit of a sweet taste to it because of the cane juice, so if you want it to be more savory, simply add spices. You can get a pack of six 17.7-ounce containers for about $26.
Fig Food Company Chickpea, Tomato and Thyme Soup
Pieces of tomatoes aren’t the only thing companies are putting into tomato soup to add chunkiness – beans, legumes, and veggies also make great options! Fig Food Company Chickpea, Tomato and Thyme Soup, for example, is made with water, tomatoes, chickpea, spelt, extra virgin olive oil, carrots, potatoes, potato starch, parsley, onion, celery, garlic, sea salt, leeks, and a few other spices. Each serving (one cup) is 180 calories and provides six grams of fiber and seven grams of protein. Reviewers are saying that this soup tastes fresh and chemical-free (without being overly salty), has a generous amount of chickpeas and spelt, is super convenient (simply cut the corner of the bag and place in a microwave), and filling. To see if you feel the same, you can get one 14.5-ounce pouch for about $5.
Nona Lim Tomato Thai Basil Soup
Don’t you ever wish you could enjoy tomato soup on the go just like you enjoy your morning coffee? Well with Nona Lim Tomato Thai Basil Soup, you can. This portable gluten-free, non-GMO, and paleo-friendly soup is made with vegetable broth (water, carrots, onions, olive oil, celery, garlic, thyme, parsley), diced tomatoes, onion, garlic, ginger, jalapeño, organic cane sugar, cumin, and kosher salt. Each 10-ounce cup is 45 calories and provides one gram of protein and two grams of fiber. Reviewers are saying that this soup is “delicious as is,” super convenient, and extremely fresh-tasting. You can get a pack of six cups for about $24.
Imagine Creamy Garden Tomato Soup
For a low-sodium tomato soup that is still satisfying, consider checking out Imagine Foods Garden Tomato Creamy Soup. This gluten-free and non-GMO soup is made from filtered water and the following organic ingredients: tomato paste, onions, rice syrup, celery, rice flour, expeller pressed canola oil and/or safflower oil and/or organic sunflower oil, sea salt, organic spices, and organic garlic powder. Each one cup serving of this soup provides two grams of protein and two grams of fiber. Reviewers are saying that this soup packs a lot of flavor, the fact that it is low-sodium is not really detectable, and it is truly thick and creamy with juicy chunks of tomato in it. You can get one 32-ounce package for a little more than $4.50.
Amy’s Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque
Amy’s Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque is a dairy-free and organic tomato soup that is made creamy with coconut milk. Specifically, this soup is made with organic tomato purée, organic diced tomatoes, filtered water, organic cane sugar, organic onions, organic coconut cream, sea salt, organic black pepper, and organic guar gum. Each serving of this soup (one cup) is 110 calories and provides three grams of protein and three grams of fiber. Reviewers are saying that this soup is flavorful, has the perfect amount of creaminess, is great for people who have lactose intolerance or don’t consume dairy, can be used wherever a recipe calls for tomato bisque soup and is chunky. That being said, some people feel that the sodium content per serving is a bit high (720 milligrams). If you’d still like to try it out, you can get a pack of 12, 14.1-ounce cans for about $35.
Frontier Soup Tomato Basil Soup
Want to make your tomato soup from scratch with the same level of convenience as buying a soup from the store? If this sounds like you, consider investing in Frontier Soup Tomato Basil Soup. This soup has no added salt, no MSG, and no preservatives and comes with the following ingredients: rice, dried tomatoes, yellow peppers, carrots, onions, leeks, shallots, Italian parsley, and herbs. To enjoy this product, simply combine the ingredients in a blender, submerge them in boiling broth, and cook the pot covered for about 20 minutes. Reviewers are saying that this tomato soup kit is incredibly convenient, makes soup that “tastes homemade,” produces a good amount of soup (eight hearty servings), and since you blend the ingredients in a blender you can make the soup as chunky or smooth as you’d like. To try this soup out, you can get a pack of four, four-ounce packages for $17.
Boulder! Organic Garden Minestrone Soup
Boulder Organic! Garden Minestrone Soup is a non-GMO and gluten-free soup made with filtered water, and the following organic ingredients: tomatoes, potatoes, chickpeas, kidney beans, carrots, onions, peas, zucchini, tomato paste, vegetable broth, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, spices, and potato starch. Each eight-ounce serving (three servings per container) provides three grams of protein, three grams of fiber, 50 percent of your daily vitamin A, 30 percent of your vitamin C, eight percent of your iron, and four percent for calcium. Reviewers are saying that this product is very flavorful (lots of chunky vegetables), tastes homemade, and is healthy. To try it out, you can get one 24-ounce tub for $5.
Dr. McDougall's Tomato Basil Pasta Soup
Dr. McDougall’s Tomato Basil Pasta Soup is like two meals in one! This soup is made primarily with pasta (semolina from durum wheat), vegetables (tomato, garlic, shallots, onion), red beans, yeast extract, vegan natural flavors, herbs (basil, oregano, thyme bay leaf, spices, xanthan gum, potato starch, and sea salt. Each portable cup is 120 calories and provides five grams of fiber and six grams of protein. Reviewers are saying that this soup is flavorful, “light but filling,” a healthier soup than most (this posting is for the lower sodium version, and very convenient. You can get a pack of six 1.3-ounce cups for $13.
Millies Savory Teas: Sipping Tomato Broth
For a unique way to enjoy tomato soup, check out Millies Savory Teas: Sipping Tomato Broth. This product is exactly what it sounds like – tea bags that when steeped produce a tomatoey broth you can sip on out of a mug (or travel mug) just as you would with regular tea. Each tea bag contains tomato, an organic vegetable blend (carrots, onion, celery), a variety of herbs and spices, sea salt, yeast extract, and green tea for a boost of energy. Each tea bag is 15 calories. Reviewers are saying that this sipping tea is delicious, is great for “when you’re not very hungry but want something to curb your appetite” and when “you want something warm but not sweet.” You can get a pack of 15 tea bags for about $17.
Progresso Tomato Basil Soup
Progresso Tomato Basil Soup is an MSG-free and vegan-friendly soup that uses ingredients like potatoes to create the same creaminess you expect to find in a tomato soup that includes dairy. This soup is made primarily with water, potatoes, carrots, tomato purée, tomatoes, corn, celery, kidney Beans, and green beans. Each one cup serving of this soup is 150 calories and provides two grams of fiber and three grams of protein. Reviewers are saying that this soup is nutritious, flavorful, like “tomato soup for grown ups,” and has a nice balance of flavor that isn’t too salty or sweet. To see if you feel the same, you can get a pack of six 19-ounce cans for $7.50.
Dr. Fuhrman's Supreme Greens Soup
For a less traditional tomato soup, check out Dr. Fuhrman’s Supreme Greens Soup. This gluten-free, salt-free, and oil-free soup is made with mustard greens, organic tomatoes, water, kale, raw cashew butter, carrot juice concentrate, potato starch, onion powder, garlic powder, non-GMO corn starch, and black pepper. Each serving of this soup (half of the container) provides eight grams of protein, five grams of fiber, 520 percent of your daily vitamin A, 60 percent of your vitamin C, 20 percent of your calcium, and 20 percent of your iron. Reviewers say that this product isn’t exactly bursting with flavor, but is undeniably nutritious. You can get one 17.5-ounce container for about $11.
Vogue Cuisine Tomato Soup and Seasoning Base
For a tomato soup product that can be left simple and leaves a lot of room for customization, check out Vogue Cuisine Tomato Soup and Seasoning Base. This instant broth is gluten-free, preservative-free, non-GMO, and has reduced sodium. It is made primarily with corn starch, corn maltodextrin, tomato powder, salt, sugar, and dehydrated tomatoes. As it says on the back of this product, you can either create a simple soup broth by mixing one teaspoon of this mix water, you can add non-dairy milk to make a bisque, or you can just use it as a seasoning or salt substitute. Each teaspoon of this mix is 15 calories. Reviewers are saying that this instant broth is has a nice flavor without a lot of calories or sodium and lasts a while. A few reviewers did point out, however, that if you want to have a soup without lumps, you should put the mix in the pot first and then add the water very slowly. You can get a four-ounce container for about $8.
Campbell’s Homestyle Soup Harvest Tomato With Basil
You can’t really talk about tomato soup without mentioning Campbell’s. While many of this company’s tomato soups contain dairy, Campbell’s Homestyle Soup Harvest Tomato With Basil does not. Instead, this soup is made primarily with tomato purée, water, wheat flour, sugar. Each one cup serving of this soup is 100 calories and has two grams of fiber and three grams of protein. Reviewers are saying that this soup is rich, more sweet than salty, light enough for a snack or can be paired with a sandwich for a filling lunch, and tastes homemade. To see if you feel the same, you can get a pack of 12, 18.7-ounce cans for $19.
Annie’s Homegrown Tomato Soup
Annie’s Homegrown Tomato Soup is an organic soup made with eight ingredients: tomato purée, water, cane sugar, corn starch, sea salt, extra virgin olive oil, onion powder, and garlic powder. Each one cup serving of this soup is 100 calories and provides two grams of fiber and two grams of protein. Reviewers are saying that this soup is flavorful, healthy (especially since it doesn’t contain high fructose corn syrup or artificial ingredients, and is convenient for backpacking and school lunches since it doesn’t come in a heavy can. You can get a pack of eight 17-ounce packages (two servings per box) for $26.
Healthy Choice Country Vegetable
When it comes to tomato soup, sodium levels and calories can get out of hand pretty fast. That’s where products like Healthy Choice Country Vegetable Soup come in handy. Each one of these microwaveable soups is only 100 calories and provides one full cup of vegetables. This soup is made primarily with tomato purée, carrots, celery, corn, potatoes, green zucchini, kidney beans, peas, and green beans. Each one of these soups also provide four grams of protein and 20 percent of your daily vitamin A. Reviewers are saying that this soup tastes homemade even though it’s microwaveable, is an easy way to get a serving of vegetables, it’s also a convenient option for lunch on-the-go or in the office. You can get a pack of eight 14-ounce soups for about $22.75.
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