I normally don’t like canned soup – a typical canned soup has that “canned” taste to me. However, one of my kids likes canned soup, so I bought this case of Amy’s Organic Soups at Costco. The soup looked pretty good on the picture, so I figured I’ll put it in my pantry for those times we are looking for something quick and healthy to eat.
I ended up trying that Amy’s organic soup myself, and – surpise – no canned taste! Amy’s organic soup tasted like a pure homemade soup, without any “off” flavors that are often found in canned soups. There are two kinds of soup in the box – minestrone and lentil soup. The Costco package has a total of 8 soup cans – 4 lentil and 4 minestrone. Amy’s organic minestrone tasted like a made-from-scratch minestrone, and Amy’s lentil soup also tasted like made-from-scratch lentil soup!
Having those two kinds of homemade tasting soups in the pantry, ready to be heated and eaten at any time – what a find! Imagine how much work it would be to buy all the soup ingredients, chop them up and cook them… and with Amy’s Organic Soup I can have that soup whenever I like – without having to do any cooking!
The price of Amy’s Organic Soups in Costco is $11.79 for a pack of 8, which comes to $1.47 per can, which is cheaper than you’ll find anywhere else. The cans are 14 ounces each, which is an extremely satisfying serving of soup!