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While nothing truly compares to a bowl of homemade chicken noodle soup, canned soups can provide the same comfort and delicious taste in a pinch. Canned soups can often be loaded with sneaky amounts of sodium, cholesterol, or fat, so it's important to be vigilant when reading those ingredient labels before buying. Luckily, we did that part for you to narrow down your search and find only the healthiest canned soups.
These 11 canned soup varieties are healthy, easy to prep, and downright delicious. From superfood broths to veggie-loaded alternatives to that salty stuff, we have you set up for chilly weather. Soup's on!
If you're watching your sodium intake, this no-salt-added organic minestrone soup from Health Valley will be your new best friend this season. Loaded with organic veggies like chunky carrots, celery, and peas, this minestrone is made in a yummy tomato broth with just a touch of lemon juice for balanced acidity.
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Certified organic, free of cholesterol and MSG, and loaded with wholesome chunks of fresh, tender veggies, there's a lot to love about this Chunky Vegetable canned soup from Amy's. We love serving this hearty soup alongside crusty bread on a chilly night.
This split pea soup from Dr. McDougall's Right Foods is gluten-free, vegan, and much lower in sodium than most packaged or canned soups. It's made with all-organic ingredients, including split peas, veggies, and a good amount of garlic in a savory spiced broth.
At under 300 milligrams of sodium per serving, this is a healthy soup you won't feel guilty about eating for a quick and comforting meal.
Campbell's might not be a brand you think of when you want to start eating healthier, but their Heathy Request line might make you reconsider. This canned veggie soup is actually both low in cholesterol and an excellent source of vitamin A.
Bonus: The can has an easy-to-open pull-tab for ultimate convenience!
We're all about Progresso's new line of organic and non-GMO soups made without artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. At 90 calories per serving, this minestrone soup is low-fat, low-calorie, and packed with heart-healthy kidney beans and veggies in a flavorful tomato broth.
Campbell's Well Yes! line of better-for-you soups are canned using a non-BPA lining, and they're chock-full of carefully chosen heart-healthy ingredients. We love the inclusion of whole grain farro, protein-packed Great Northern beans, and flavorful fennel in this tasty Italian veggie soup.
Whether you need a quick system reboot or you're feeling a bit run down, this Jùs by Julie Detox Broth will energize and nourish your body with its nutrient-loaded ingredient list of cremini mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, onions, garlic, ginger, and cumin. You'll want to stock up on this superfood broth before flu season strikes.
This Garden Broccoli soup from Imagine Foods is creamy and flavorful, and it has a significantly lower amount of sodium than many other varieties on the market. Pair a cup of this country-style soup with crusty bread for a comforting autumn meal.
Whether you're feeling homesick or a bit under the weather, chicken noodle soup is a classic and comforting cold weather go-to staple. This Healthy Request version from Campbell's strips down the original beloved recipe to lower the sodium, fat, and cholesterol content — making it much better for the body and soul.
These BPA-free cans are packed full of fiber (8 grams!) from the lentils and vegetables. The ingredients aren't mushy like many canned soups, and each can has 50% less sodium than typical soups.
OK, this soup is not technically in a can, but it is really delicious. When you hear the word "creamy," you may gravitate toward clam chowder, but this tomato-based soup uses low-fat milk as its dairy option to keep calories and fat lower.