February 20, 2017

Musings: Baxters’ Souper Swap – A Review

When I was asked to participate in Baxter’s ‘Souper Swap Challenge’ I was excited at the prospect of taking part and having lunch for two weeks. I was sent a mix of meat and vegetarian soups and the idea was to ditch the sandwiches in favour of healthy, hearty soups. I must confess I’m not the biggest soup lover but this winter has been cold, I feel a little old so when I’m faced with a challenge I do my best to be bold.

I was sent the Souper Swap Challenge Ultimate Box challenge box which contains 400g tins of:

Although if you’re after just hearty or vegetarian options, those are available too. You can purchase them here and take part in the challenge too! Quote SOUPERSWAP at checkout for FREE DELIVERY!
But if you’re not sure which one to try or would like to try something different you can can take Souper Swap Quiz to find out here.
Here are my thoughts on my experience of Baxter’s Souper Swap challenge:

‘I’m so used to spending £6+ plus on lunch and still feeling hungry afterwards’. Tucking into the Tuscan Style Bean, Bacon  & Pecorino Soup made me realise that I didn’t need a sandwich, crips, chocolate bar, fizzy drink and the rest of Pret to eat for lunch. A bowl of it was enough, not to mention how tasty it was!

‘What can I do to add a little fun into this?’ The Tomato, Chorizo & Mixed Bean Soup was probably my favourite one as I don’t often have chorizo. I added a little cheese, salt and pepper with a bread roll just for an extra oomph. You can also find some more ways to pimp up your soup here.


‘I could be a vegetarian’. Out of the vege options sent, I LOVED the Spicy Tomato & Rice with Sweetcorn. It just showed me I don’t need to have meat all the time to make it a complete meal. *drools*


A ‘Great after gym meal’. There were some days where I decided to mix it up and have a soup for dinner instead of lunch. These made a great after gym meal as all I had to do was heat them up, grab a spoon and dig in. I went to bed feeling full but not lethargic which is great in my books.

The best part of taking part in this challenge was taking myself out of my comfort zone, trying new things all whilst eating something healthy. If you’re not familiar with Baxters, maybe you’ll be a little more inclined now. Their soups are healthy, affordable and best of all tasty! Perfect for those Winter days (or nights) when you don’t want to ‘cook’.

I am no longer afraid of soup and with me trying to be on a the path to a healthier lifestyle, I will definitely be reaching for Baxters on my next food shop (not those dodgy soups where you just add hot water).

Read more: Musings: My London Foodie List

Char xo

Please note, these products were sent for my review but all opinions are my own. 

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Welcome to my little space on the internet, known as Memoirs and Musings. I’m Char, short for Charlotte and my blog/website/diary is dedicated to documenting my Memoirs and Musings, hence the name. I wouldn’t say I was your ‘typical’ blogger either. I don’t care about getting the perfect flatlay or feeling bad for not posting, I just enjoy writing. If you’ve made it this far, thank you for reading. Anyway, I love to travel, indulge in a glass of white wine, when plans are cancelled and purchase overpriced make up.  I guess that’s me in a nutshell, trying to figure out this thing called life, have fun and never lose sight.