Heinz Squeeze & Stir Soup Review…

Heinz have just launched a new squeeze and stir soups and I have been sent a few to try.

These soup are a great idea for people looking for a quick and easy healthy snack in a instant.

With more and more of us living life on the go it can be hard to find healthy snacks to see you through the day and these soups are full of flavour and goodness.

Heinz have been around since way back in 1910 when they first launched cream of Tomato soup.

Soup fans know “it has to be Heinz”.

Minestrone soup:

  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
  • 1 of your 5 a day
  • Low in fat

Vegetable soup:

  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
  • 1 of your 5 a day
  • Low in fat

These lightweight sachet are great for carrying to about so you can always have a healthy snack with you (saying that you need to have a kettle,mug and spoon).

A great idea for taking to work with you for lunch,a warming snack on a rainy day or just a healthy accompaniment to a sandwich at tea time.

Simply to use just tear the pack and squeeze the puree in your favourite mug,add just enough boiling water to cover the contents and stir thoroughly before topping up with more boiling water.Stir again and enjoy

What I think to the squeeze and stir:

I think these packs are a really good idea as I sometimes feel like a mug of soup but don’t fancy a big tin to myself. They are easy to make up and taste really nice,I also see myself buying quite a few this winter time….

The flavours that is available are Cream of Tomato,Minestrone,Mediterranean, Vegetable and Cream of Tomato with Basil.

The flavours I have been sent taste really nice but I am looking forward to trying Cream of Tomato as this is my Favourite.

Heinz squeeze and stir soups are available in major retailer from the end of July and RRP at 59p per sachet

I give this product 4/5 star rating

About this post:


I was sent 3 soups and a cup to try them out. 

No payment was received.

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13 Comments

  1. Judy Haughton-James
    25th August 2011 / 12:52 pm

    Great idea Clairejustine! I do not know if this brand is available in Jamaica but I know that one can get similar products here that you have a cup of soup quickly. By the way, I love soup! It is the tradition to have soup on Saturday in Jamaica. We have pumpkin soup. There was a time when we used to also enjoy peas soup and it was actually our favourite, then suddenly Janine and I started feeling ill after having it!:( I remember many years ago enjoying Campbell's Soup sold in a tin. You just needed to hot it up. Another thing if I am ever feeling ill and can't eat much a little soup comes in handy. Take care and have a good day! Judy

  2. Misfits Vintage
    25th August 2011 / 2:10 pm

    Are any of them coeliac friendly? Sarah

  3. Fabulous Classroom
    25th August 2011 / 4:39 pm

    Interesting…will have to try those! New follower stopping by from Fabulous Classroom and Halloweeenkidz 🙂 Have a great week!

  4. LOVE MELISSA:)
    25th August 2011 / 5:39 pm

    I am a soup lover so I will definately try this!

  5. Terri
    25th August 2011 / 8:40 pm

    Ohhh la la, I'm a winter give me soup for lunch gal. I will definitely give these a try because we are huge Kraft fans at my house. What I love about this is where my daughter works they have a microwave so she often takes her lunch. Soups to go would be perfect for her, it would help keep her warm when she is working around/in the freezer area.

  6. The Alexander Residence
    25th August 2011 / 8:51 pm

    Oooh I love Heinz Tomato. These would be great for our caravan trips too. Thanks for the Heads up.

  7. mum in meltdown
    25th August 2011 / 9:03 pm

    I have seen these in the shops but haven't tried them yet. I drink a lot of soup in winter for lunch and tomato is definitely my fav!! Think I will be trying these and hopefully stocking up.

  8. Clairejustine
    26th August 2011 / 3:26 am

    Thanks everyone for the comments,Judy I have never tried pumpkin soup or pea soup sounds interesting :)Sarah I have tried to check on internet but I'm not sure will check when I go and buy my Tomato soup :)I love to stock up on soup around this time of year nice to have a choice come the winter months …

  9. Kathy Franje
    27th August 2011 / 9:38 am

    I'll give this a try, must be healthy in the absence of preservatives and artificial colorings. Thanks!Following you from Weekend blog hop,Katehttp://mommygrowingup.blogspot.com/

  10. daisychain
    27th August 2011 / 7:46 pm

    I wish they weren't all tomato based 🙁 I love the concept.

  11. Clairejustine
    30th August 2011 / 8:49 pm

    Thanks for the comments and the following,following back now 🙂

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