Batchelors Slim-A-Soup Minestrone Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Newest Review: ... box contains 4 satchets and in Somerfield they are currently £1.47, whereas in Tesco they are 87p! Each satchet of the ... more
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Customer Batchelors Slim-A-Soup Minestrone Reviews (7)
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
Batchelor's minestrone Slim a Soup........ I picked up a good few boxes of these Batchelor's Slim a Soups the other day as they were on a special offer of 2 boxes for £1 in my local Co-Op. I am not sure if this offer is still on but these cup a coups will generally be on some sort of special offer or another. I think normally there are about 80 pence per box so although on a special offer is not overly special. Per box there are 5 sachets of the slim a soup powder, individually housed within a paper packet. The outer cardboard box looks different to regular Cup a Soups because the blue colouring is a much lighter shade indicating the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Soup is high on my list daily dietary elements at the moment, with the winter ever colder as the days go by. We are still in Autumn but it doesn't really feel like it does it! With this is mind, I have tried a number of soups in the past couple of weeks or so, and one of them was this Slim-a-soup from Batchelors, a brand well respected for their soups. I've only had mintestrone soup a couple of times before, and although the flavour has never massively appealed to me, I enjoy the bulkier nature of it, having clumps of veg and pasta in it to give a stodgier soup and make you feel like you've had a decent feed. However, I was quite disappointed with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Why do I drink these ? Well I have never been a great fan of sandwiches and I really don't like bought ones. I know I could make my own lunch to bring to work, but do you know what - by the time I have made it, carried it around and resisted eating it early , it does nothing for me. Anyway , especially in winter it is nice to have something hot. As I am always wanting to lose a bit of weight , my standard lunch in the office is Batchelors minestrone cup soup ( slim a soup version ) and a bread roll. At around £1 to £1.20 for four sachets that is a cheap lunch. Very easy to use , toss the contents of a sachet in a cup and fill with boiling water . ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/05, updated on 14/07/05 (Very useful, 2067 readings)
As Slim-A-Soups are generally 99% fat free, if you're watching your weight they're handy if you fancy a warm snack during the day. The Minestrone flavour is suitable for vegetarians, with each serving providing a miniscule 54 cals and 1.3g fat (of which, 0.5g is saturated). Open the newly revamped light blue box and you're faced with 4 thin sachets. Tear open a sachet and a lovely powdery smell comes out, which does smell slightly of minestrone soup. The sachet is about one third full of lightish brown powder and tiny dried pieces of vegetable which are green and orange so I can't really tell at this stage which veg is which. I can also spot quite a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 162 readings)
Needing something different to my sandwiches for lunch, I decided to nip into my local Somerfield and picked up a box of Batchelors Slim a Soup Minestrone. I hadn't had a cup a soup for years and from what I remember they were relatively unappealing but I thought I would give it a go. One thing I would say is that there is a vast price difference between these depending on which shop you are in. The box contains 4 satchets and in Somerfield they are currently £1.47, whereas in Tesco they are 87p! Each satchet of the soup contains approximately 58kcals and is 1.2g of fat, which makes them a good low calorie snack. The soup ... Read the complete review
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