This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LoveLunchIn #CollectiveBias I am a creature of habit when it comes to eating. I eat nearly the same thing 4-5 days a week because it is quick, easy and requires no thinking. Sure I’d love to indulge in three delicious well balanced meals every day, but who has time for that? With a rambunctious two year old, a blog to run and a household to maintain, meal time gets the short end of the stick. That’s why for me to incorporate any new meal options into my life it has to be simple to make and taste yummy, so when I was presented with the opportunity from #CollectiveBias to try Campbell’s Slow Kettle Soups I thought it would be a good fit into my lifestyle.
At least four days a week I eat some variety of soup, very rarely do I deviate even during the hot summer months. As I mentioned before, when I find something that I like and it fits into my schedule, I’m hooked for a while. Typically after my son has consumed his lunch is when I get to scarf down my lunch. I try to prepare it and eat it as quickly as possible, so I can get working on my blogging responsibilities. I always start with soup and sometimes toss in a handful of wheat crackers then I follow my soup up with a tuna sandwich or apples and peanut butter.
I wanted to see if Campbell’s Slow Kettle Soup could be a new addition to my lunch routine, so off to Walmart I went. As you can see in the picture above I spotted several varieties of Campbell’s Slow Kettle Soup in the soup aisle, so I snatched up a couple of Baked Potato containers.
Campbell’s Slow Kettle Baked Potato Soup
I was eager to try to my Campbell’s Slow Kettle Baked Potato Soup so I popped it into the microwave. No surprise I loved it! It was a delicious hearty soup that went perfectly with my wheat crackers and is ideal for cold winter days. With each scoop, I was happy to find a generous serving of potato chunks. Oh, and did I mention this soup had an applewood smoked bacon flavor? Super yum! I had a few extra minutes the other day so I thought I’d whip up another serving of Campbell’s Slow Kettle Baked Potato Soup, but this time I would make it on the stove since most things (including soups) taste better when cooked on the stove instead of the microwave. Yep, it rang true for this soup as well, even yummier than my previous experience though I enjoyed both.
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