Sunday, 24 February 2013

17 Super Soups from Marks & Spencer

Eating a bowl of steaming, hearty soup on a cold winter’s day is the perfect way of warming up your insides. And if you haven’t got the time to make your own, there’s no shortage of ready made soups in the supermarkets, with flavours to suit almost every taste.

This year in the chiller cabinets, Marks & Spencer have their widest ever selection of 17 delicious and tempting soups.

NOTE: Please see 2014 Update for the latest M&S ready to eat soups.


They include gluten free soups and those suitable for vegetarians, while some are so low calories they’re ideal for weight loss diets.

If you’re likely to find yourself in a quandary about which soup to choose, here’s a list of the M&S chilled soup range to help you decide. They’re all in calorie order ranging from lowest to highest.

All pots are 600g in size with calories shown for half a pot.


17 Chilled Soups from M&S


Country Vegetable
Super Green
75 calories
110 calories

Chicken & Vegetable

Spicy Basil & Tomato
120 calories
120 calories

Super Vegetable

Hot & Spicy Chicken Noodle
120 calories
135 calories

Butternut Squash

French Onion
150 calories
150 calories

Leek & Potato

Smoked Haddock Chowder
150 calories
165 calories

Cream of Tomato

Minestrone Soup with Bacon
180 calories
180 calories

Moroccan Style Chicken

Pulled Pork & Chipotle Chilli
195 calories
195 calories

Chicken & Supergrain

Chicken, Mushroom & Rice
210 calories
210 calories

Pea & Ham
270 calories


*Note: M&S foodhalls may not stock all varieties of soup.

See this post for nutrition details and ingredients.

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