Seek your path with this American classic roasted tomato soup, it is not only decadently delicious and comforting, but it's also nutrient-rich. It is high in all four major carotenoids (alpha- and beta-carotene, lutein, and lycopene), B vitamins including biotin (the beauty vitamin), vitamin C, D and E and essential minerals to support a higher function.
Serving size: 1 bowl (397g), Amount per serving: Calories 200, Total Fat 10g 13%, Saturated Fat 1.5g 8%, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg 0%, Sodium 580mg 25%, Total Carbohydrate 24g 9%, Dietary Fiber 6g 21%, Total Sugars 10g, Includes 0g Added Sugars 0%, Protein 8g, Vitamin D 19.5mcg 100%, Calcium 100mg 8%, Iron 3.8mg 20%, Potassium 1000mg 20%, Vitamin A 140mcg 15%, Vitamin C 90mg 100%, Vitamin E 3.1mg 20%, Vitamin K 101mcg 80%, Thiamin 0.29mg 25%, Riboflavin 0.09mg 6%, Niacin 3.7mg 25%, Vitamin B6 1.15mg 70%, Folate 20mcg DFE 6%, Biotin 15.2mcg 50%, PantothenicAcid7.1mg 140%, Phosphorus210mg 15%, Magnesium 125mg 30%, Zinc 7.1mg 60%, Selenium 7mcg 15%, Copper 0.77mg 90%, Manganese 1.09mg 45%, Chromium 3mcg 8%, Molybdenum 27.7mcg 60%, Choline 30mg 6%.
What We Love: Stove Top
Remove from box and remove film. Place frozen soup into pan, heat for 7-8 minutes on medium heat with a lid on, stirring occasionally. Once soup becomes liquid, turn to high heat and bring to a gentle boil for 1-2 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 165F. Remove, let cool for 1 minute before enjoying.
If You Have To: Microwave
Remove from box, poke 6 holes in film. Microwave on high for 4 minutes. Remove, stir and heat for an additional 2-4 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 165F. Remove, let cool for 1 minute before enjoying.
TIPS: Eat as a soup
Add as a base for stew or casserole
Use as a pasta sauce