I do like chicken noodle soup, so when I came across a small container of Hormel Chicken Noodle Soup Cup in the canned soups section of my local favorite grocery store, I was intrigued. I had no idea that the Hormel brand had chicken noodle soup. I decided to purchase this soup cup, try it out and write a product review all about my personal experience with it. Here is what I discovered!
Hormel Chicken Noodle Soup Cup costs only one dollar. That is a good deal. This cup is microwave friendly. It has an easy open flip top lid and a plastic vented lid. This soup has egg noodles, whole eggs, egg whites, chunks of chicken, carrots, chicken bullion, spices, chives and parsley in it, among other ingredients. It is low cal and low in fat. I could not wait to taste it!
This soup is perfect for microwave cooking and that is how I chose to prepare it. I removed the easy open metal lid, stirred the soup, replaced the plastic vented cover and heated on high for one minute. I then let it stand in the microwave for one more minute before removing the plastic lid, stirring well and serving. This soup looked very good and it smelled good, too. The large amount of parsley in this soup pleased me. I am a parsley lover. There were some large chunks of chicken in this soup, but not a lot of them. I would have liked a few more pieces. The egg noodles are fairly large and plentiful. They were tender and decent. The broth of this soup is nice, but it is nothing spectacular, I must say. A few carrots were here and there. Overall, this soup is pleasing, but it should have a bit more flavor and chicken in it, in my opinion.
I rate Hormel Chicken Noodle Soup Cup three stars out of five stars. It does make a good and quick lunch item. It is diet friendly and filling. This soup is easily transported to work and school. A microwave and a spoon is all that is needed to enjoy it. This soup cup has 100 calories in it and only 20 of those calories are from fat. It has 2.5 grams of total fat, only 1 gram of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 25 mg’s of cholesterol, 790 mg’s of sodium, 12 grams of total carbs, 0 grams of dietary fiber, 0 grams of sugars and 7 grams of protein. This soup has very tiny amounts of vitamin A, calcium and iron in it.
I enjoyed trying Hormel Chicken Noodle Soup Cup and writing a product review about it. It is good, but not the best. The large noodles are the best part of this soup. They make it hearty. This soup is great with crackers and they do give it a bit more flavor. Hormel has other varieties of soup cups and one serving container meals.