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What are Protein Soups?
Protein Soups are high protein hot snacks made with a combination of whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, and soy protein isolate to provide a high quality source of protein in a deliciously tasting soup. The Protein Soups come in 4 different flavours and can be easily made, making them ideal for a quick protein intake for on the go or for a high protein meal throughout the day.
Protein Soup Benefits
Protein Soups provide over 22g of protein per serving which will contribute to the growth and maintenance of lean mass. Protein Soups provide just 2g of fat per serving making them ideal for anyone looking to reduce body fat but increase lean muscle mass. Protein Soups are individually packaged into 50g sachets making them convenient to consume whenever, whether it be on the go, at work or at home.
Who are Protein Soups Suitable for?
Protein Soups are recommended for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake, or looking for an alternative source of protein to support their training goals. The Protein Soups are ideal, particularly for anyone working outdoors in cold environments and are looking for a warm meal with a high protein content.
Empty 1 sachet into a bowl/mug 50g and then add 150-250ml of boiling water and stir thoroughly (the less water the thicker the soup will be). For best results first add half of the boiling water and stir thoroughly for 30 seconds, then add the other half of the boiling water and stir for a further 30 seconds. Leave to stand for 1 minute before consuming.
Warning: Contents will be HOT.
Thai Green Curry:
Protein Blend (Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate*, Skim Milk Powder*, Whey Protein Isolate*), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Coconut Milk Solids, (contains sodium caseinate), Salt, Lime Juice Powder, Green Bean Powder, Garlic Powder, Sugar, Onion Powder, Spices, Yeast Extract, Jalapeno Pepper Powder), Xanthan Gum. *From milk
Protein Blend (Soy protein isolate, Whey protein concentrate*, Skim Milk Powder*, Whey protein isolate*), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Chicken bouillon (Chicken (extract, meat and fat), Yeast extract, Sugar, Salt, Lemon juice, Glucose Syrup, Herb extract), Dried Onion, Yeast Extract, Dried Chicken, Salt, Rosemary Extract), Xanthan Gum *From milk
Protein Blend (Soy protein isolate, Whey protein concentrate*, Skim Milk Powder*, Whey protein isolate*), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Yeast Extract, Natural Flavouring, Salt, Sugar, Potato Starch, Caramelised Sugar Powder, Onion Powder, Beef Extract Powder, Ground Black Pepper, Vegetables (Leek, Mushroom, Onion, Carrot, Garlic), Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Bay, Tomato Powder, Red Pepper Powder, Oregano Salt, Rubbed Parsley, Ground Basil), Xanthan Gum. *From milk
Protein Blend (Soy protein isolate, Whey protein concentrate*, Skim Milk Powder*, Whey protein isolate*), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Tomato Powder, Potato Starch, Salt, Sugar, Garlic Powder, Red Pepper Powder, Onion Powder, Oregano Salt, Rubbed Parsley, Ground Basil, Ground Black Pepper), Xanthan Gum. *From milk
PER 50g serving:
Energy (kJ/kcal): 806/191
of which saturates: 1.6g
of which sugars: 2.3g
Energy (kJ/kcal): 1611/381
of which saturates: 3.1g
of which sugars: 4.5g
The nutritional information is based on the Thai Green Curry flavour, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional value will vary and in particular the protein content will increase by approximately 8%.
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Well here it is, I only tried one flavor, the tomato. The soup mixed fine I just didn't like the taste. However, I do like the thought of having a large quantity of protein in a savory snack like soup but to me it tasted really salty, maybe it was just that flavor, I'd be willing to try more samples in the future, just not the tomato flavor. Goes Well With:boiling water
I've tried 3 of the 4 flavours... chicken, tomato and thai. The flavours aren't bad, just bland IMO. Unfortunately I just can't get past the texture. As soon as the hot water is added, it immediately starts to congeal and no amount of mixing seems to help. I feel like I'd need to use a blender just to get it smooth.
the thai curry one for me was not good, smelt lovely, but was bit chemical tasting and didnt look appetising at all....tomato was nice...i have yet to find a bad tomato soup tho! good as a last min panic protein gap fillerGoes Well With:hot water and crackers :-)
This is the first time trying a protein soup. I choose to sample the mediterranean tomato and I feel that it is one of the most flavoursome protein snacks I have tried so far. (being new to protein products) Pros: -Nice flavour -Easy and fast to make Cons: -Gritty/chalky after taste -I have to use a blander to get rid of all the clumps (mixability is not the best) Will be trying the other flavours next time I place an order.
Just had a sample of the Thai green curry. Taste wise, very nice (all be it with a bit of added tabasco sauce). The let down is the mixability, loads of bits left in no matter how much I stirred it. If the mixing issues got sorted I would definitely buy again.Goes Well With:Tabasco sauce
Purchased this sample with a few other to try. Although this was reasonably priced, nutritious, and easy to make, it wasn't to my taste.
I decided to try the Thai flavoured soup sample, as I have become a bit of a Thai lover. Unfortunatly, this soup left me dissapointed. The taste is "okay" but the consistency is just all wrong. Maybe it's just me but it was chalky and bitty. Such a shame. If they improve the product a bit, I might try it again in the future.