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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Frontier Soups Review-Frontier Soups Giveaway- #KissinTheCook



I love trying new dishes! I am not a big soup eater and feel that I should only have soup during the winter, but I know that is not true.  Since I have tried Frontier Soups. Ari on the other hand loves soups and can eat them all of the time.  When we received our packages of "South of the Border Tortilla Soup and "Arizona Sunset Enchilada soup mix from Frontier Soups, Ari was ready to eat them immediately and I was waiting for the right moment. I discovered anytime is the right time to eat Frontier Soups.  They are delicious!!!

Let me just say they are easy to prepare, filling and healthy.   Frontier soups mixes come in 33 varieties and are 100% natural.  There is no added salt, preservatives or MSG.   With so much talk about Celiac Disease I was pleased to see that 13-15 soups in this line are certified Gluten Free by the Celiac Spure Association. 

Each mix contains perfectly seasoned dry ingredients and a recipe for easy home preparation. 

This is perfect for Ari, since she maintains a busy college schedule and is learning to cook. 

Our schedules were so hectic over the summer.  I prepared these soups this past weekend while in a hurry.   I could not believe these soups only took 30 minutes to prepare and cook. 

I decided to make the Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix for my son and I, because we eat chicken and I really thought that would be a perfect fit for us.  Ari on the other is a vegetarian so I prepared the "South of the Border Tortilla" for her and just added more black beans to it. 

I added a little too much chicken, but it was good!!!!

We added tortilla chips to both soups and we really enjoyed them.  The serving size was perfect.  There were at least four servings with each soup, so we had left overs. 
 
 
 
The soups were perfectly seasoned.  I was not concerned about eating a lot of sodium.  Did I mention, there is no added salt.  YES!!!!  That has been my concern with many soups.  I felt good after eating my South of the Border Tortilla Soup.  Ari agreed the soups were filling and healthy.   My son kept asking is this healthy?  He could see the vegetables, but was a bit concerned that they did not come from the vegetable section in the supermarket.  Eventually he understood and asked for seconds.

I was a bit skeptical about eating dehydrated vegetables as well, but I forgot about all of those concerns after I tasted my soup.  It tasted like real homemade soup. 

I love chopping, cutting, boiling, baking etc.  But sometimes, time does not permit me to do those things. I have discovered that products like Frontier Soups are quick, easy and healthy.  My family can still get a  healthy meal quick, fast and in a hurry.

If you have not tried Frontier Soups you are definitely missing out.  Yes, you are hearing it from me, the seasonal soup eater.  Frontier Soups has changed my outlook on soups. 

We are happy to tell you that Frontier Soups would like to our readers the opportunity to win some their soups.   Simply enter our giveaway and you may be the lucky winner.  Good Luck!!!


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Disclosure:  Products/compensation was received in exchange for review.  All opinions are our own.

35 comments:

  1. the enchilada soup looks really yummy

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  2. I would love to try the enchilada soup. It is my favorite.

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  3. my son would like to try the Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix

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  4. South of the Border Tortilla Soup
    One of my favorites

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  5. They all look delicious..I really would love to try Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder and Washington State Squash and Lentil Soup!

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  6. Winter is Coming.................... LOL Oh yes it is, can't escape it! I would love to try these soups. Especially the Wisconsin Lakeshore Wildrice soup

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  7. would like to try the Wisconsin Lakeshore Wild Rice Soup

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  8. I would love to try the New Orleans Jambalaya Soup! And I would add shrimp just like on the picture! Looks so good!

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  9. I'd like to try the Little Italy Wedding soup
    prettishi at yahoo dot com

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  10. Which of the 33 Frontier Soups would you like to try?

    chicken noodle

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  11. Dang they all look delish!! I'll go with the South of the Border Tortilla Soup!! myamurphy@mail.com

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  12. Virginia Blue Ridge Broccoli Cheddar Soup is one I'd pick.

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  13. I want to try the Washington State Squash and Lentil Soup

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  14. The Virginia Blue Ridge Broccoli Cheddar Soup sounds great. diesel_had_my_baby@yahoo.com

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  15. I'd love to try the Virginia Blue Ridge Broccoli Cheddar Soup. YUMMY!

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  16. I would like to try the Wisconsin Wild Rice Soup

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  17. I would love to try the Chicago Bistro French Onion Soup.

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  18. I would love to try this one with sweet potatoes in it sounds great . California Gold Rush White Bean Chili

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  19. Holiday Gathering sausage and bean looks good :)

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  20. I would like to try the South of the Border Tortilla Soup

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  21. Hmmm....hard to choose....I think the Virginia Blue Ridge Broccoli Cheddar Soup.

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  22. I would love to try the Enchilada Soup

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  23. I would like to try the Minnesota Heartland 11-Bean Soup

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  24. I would love to try the Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder. Yum!

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  25. I'd like to try the Chicago Bistro French Onion Soup. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  26. I'd try the California Gold Rush White Bean Chili first.

    sylvieanddudes@yahoo.com

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  27. I'd like to try the Colorado Campfire Chicken Stew

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  28. I'd like to try the Chicago Bistro French Onion Soup
    Michelle Tucker

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  29. Besides the two soups you've reviewed here, which sound delicious, I would most like to try the Colorado campfire stew.
    upstatemissy@gmail.com

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  30. I'd like to try the Michigan Ski Country Chili.

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  31. I would love to try the Washington State Squash and Lentil Soup (I am vegan) but my husband would absolutely love the Indiana Harvest Sausage Lentil Soup.

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  32. I'd like to try the Pennsylvania Woodlands Mushroom Barley Soup.

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