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Dr. McDougall’s Ready to Serve Soup Review

I’m not the biggest cook in my family.  Don’t get me wrong, I can cook just about anything if I needed to, but I just don’t always see the need of cooking a large meal just for myself.  I’m lucky enough to have several restaurants close by my office that carry gluten free options.  However, I do like to bring my own lunch to work every day for two main reasons:

  1. Save money
  2. Eat healthy

In the summer, I tend to focus on preparing salads for lunch.  As the cold weather days start to out number the warm weather ones, I find myself craving lunches that not only fill me up but warm me up, too.  Soup is my favorite (and go-to) lunch of choice over the fall and winter months.  Many of you many know that it’s not always easy to find gluten free soup options at the grocery store that are  both healthy and delicious.  When you are lucky enough to find a great gluten free soup, it can be way overpriced.

That’s when I found Dr. McDougall’s Ready to Serve collection of soups.  Almost the entire collection of soups is gluten free with the exception of the Minestrone (because of the noddles).  They offer everything from Garden Vegetable and Split Pea to Lentil and Black Bean soups for your taste.  Personally, I usually have a rotation of Garden Vegetable, Lentil and Roasted Red Pepper throughout the week.

Dr. McDougall’s Ready to Serve soup can be found at your local grocer, health food store or on the Dr. McDougall website.

Do you have a favorite gluten free soup? Share with us in the comments below!

*I was provided with the above product for review. As always, all my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.

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2 thoughts on “Dr. McDougall’s Ready to Serve Soup Review”

  1. I used to love Kettle Cuisine soups, but they just stopped making those. They were soooo close to homemade, too. Gluten-free Cafe has a chicken noodle one I like. I will have to check this brand here out!

    1. Hi Krysten, I used to really enjoy their New England Clam Chowder! Progresso now makes a gluten free chowder, but it’s not the same.

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