Meatless Monday: Amy's Organic Light Sodium Chunky Tomato Bisque Review
In a perfect world I'd have the time to make tomato soup from scratch at a moment's notice. However, in the world of working parents and tight schedules, I sometimes have to rely on frozen meals & canned foods. Luckily, I can always count on Amy's products.
Amy's is a family-run business, with humble roots, that is passionate about organic and non-GMO food.
Amy's Organic Light Sodium Chunky Tomato Bisque is delicious! Even better, the ingredients are simple to read - because they're real & 100% organic:
Organic tomato puree, organic diced tomatoes, filtered water, organic cream, organic cane sugar, organic onions, sea salt, organic black pepper. Contains milk.
The nutrition label isn't scary either!
Per 1 cup serving: (2 servings in can)
Fat 4g (Saturated Fat 2g)
Carbs 21g (Fiber: 3, Sugar: 14)
What I like to do, to give it a little extra love, is to heat the soup as directed. (Straight from the can - no need to add water.) Then, when I serve the soup into bowls, I shave the tiniest amount of Parmesan cheese on top and finish with a sprinkle of fresh basil from my garden.
Typically, I serve this to the family with either a fresh romaine salad or my Grilled Cheese w/a Healthy Twist sandwich. You can find my healthy grilled cheese recipe featured here. If you're really hungry, eat all three! Or, if you're like me, have the soup with a salad and a protein shake.