Sainsbury's Basics Vegetable Soup In A Mug Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Soups
Newest Review: ... nonsense design. The front of the pack is a mostly white box with the distinctive Basics orange labelling. The back contains ... more
by - written on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I love soup but I have never found a tin or packet that tastes as good as home made. I'm generally not a fan of Cup- A-Soup type instant soups either as I find them too weak tasting or salty. But I'm about to go on a camping trip where I need to take as many groceries as I can with me, so everything needs to be light and easy to carry. That's why I decided to give these "soup in a mug" a try, especially as they cost just 15p for 4 single serve sachets. I tried the vegetable flavour which is the only one available in my local branch. They can be found with other types of soups in Sainsburies, where they are part of the supermarkets own-label Basics ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I eat in between meals all the time as I have a big appetite and always have and I love food and I have a very sweet tooth as people who read my reviews on a regular basis will know and I bought this packet soup from Sainsbury's Basics range recently for only 15p for a pack of 4 individual soups and so I bought 4 boxes at the time as I love soup. They come in a box and the design on the box is very basic with the orange and white colours of the lower brand and inside the soup is in individual paper sachets to keep the soup dry and the contents of the packet is a dried soup and all that is needed is to empty the contents of one sachet into a mug or cup and pour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Sainsbury's Basics Vegetable Soup in a mug While shopping in my local supermarket, which is nearby to where I've just moved, Sainsbury's have a great range of products that are known as Sainsbury's basics. Basically these are a cheap range of everyday items that we use but because they come in a basic wrapping this is reflected in the price that the item is offered for. This usually saves you quite a bit of money on the Basics products. Sainsbury's basics usually come in white packaging with an orangey red band around so that you can quite easily find them on the shelves. The package ********** Sainsbury's basic vegetable soup in a mug ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I absolutely love cup a soups! I like easy to make up soupy drinks that I feel are a quick snack for me after the gym and for when I can't be bothered to faff about! I saw these in my local Sainsbury's stores and put down my usual preffered option to give these a go as at the price they cost I was curious but to be honest but didn't hold out much hope for them in the taste stakes, however like I say I was curious! The Packaging.... White box and on the front in white and orange writing I'm told they are Sainsbury's 'Basics' Vegetable Soup In A Mug, there is a scribble of a mug on there, and at a glance nutritional chart is displayed and I'm told to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I love a bargain and I'll try anything if I think it's cheap, especially if it's a cheaper version of something I usually buy. This 'Vegetable Soup In A Mug' is basically a 'basics' version of a cup a soup. Within the cardboard box there are 4 individual sachets with each one weighing 18g approximate. The packaging and the sachets are really quite basic to look at as you would expect for something that costs just 17p. Each sachet contains vegetable powders (Pea, onion, carrot), dried vegetables (Carrots, peas) amongst other things and they are very simple to make. To make up a soup in a mug simply open your sachet, pour the contents in to a mug and ... Read the complete review
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