Sunday, 22 April 2012

Tesco Light Choices Soup in a Mug

Soup is a great way to fill yourself up during the day. It’s particularly helpful if you’re on a diet and tempted to snack on something you shouldn’t. I often find eating a bowl of soup can stave off hunger pangs long enough to see me through to the next meal.

Making a bowl of soup isn't always convenient, especially when you're away from home. However, packet soups can be carried around or taken into your place of work. Then, as a change to making yet another tea or coffee, you can make yourself a mug of soup instead.

Some of my favourites come from Tesco’s Light ChoicesSoup in a Mug’ range which all have less than 60 calories per cup. 

Tesco’s Light Choices Soup in a Mug range are nice and thick with a lots of vegetable pieces or noodles. All you need is boiling water, a mug and a spoon and in less than a minute you have a warm and filling, low calorie snack.

Vegetable Soup Before...
 Varieties in the Tesco Light Choices Soup in a Mug include:
  • Chinese Style Chicken Noodle – 43 calories per mug, 
  • Vegetable – 57 calories per mug, 
  • Carrot and Coriander – 65 calories per mug, 
  • Leek & Potato – 54 calories per mug. 
...Vegetable Soup After
Each box of soup contains 4 packets and you can find them in branches of Tesco and online.

Nutrition Information per sachet (Chinese Style Chicken Noodle): 43 calories, 1.3g protein, 9.2g carbohydrate, 0.9g sugars, 0.1g fat, trace saturates, 0.2g fibre, 1.2g salt. 1 Weight Watches ProPoint.


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