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Meal Replacement Vegetable Soup
A delicious and nutrionally balanced soup.
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Why try this exante Meal Replacement Soup?
A British classic, the exante meal replacement vegetable soup has a hearty flavour crafted to warm you up and leave you feeling full.
Who can benefit from a meal replacement soup?
exante meal replacement soups are enriched with 27 vitamins and minerals and are high in protein and fibre, making them ideal for quick weight loss or as a complement to a calorie-controlled diet.
- Vegatarian meal replacement
- Can be used as part of a VLCD plan
- Enriched with 27 vitamins and minerals
To use: Mix with 200ml hot water (not boiling), and stir thoroughly until a smooth consistency. Important Information: Use a meal replacement for one or two meals of a daily, energy-restricted diet to contribute to weight loss or to the maintenance of weight after weight loss. Consume as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, maintaining an adequate daily fluid intake. Suitable for vegetarians.
Skimmed Milk Powder, Soy Protein, Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk) (contains Emulsifiers: Soy Lecithin and Sunflower Lecithin), Vegetable Fat Concentrate (Refined Soybean Oil, Maltodextrin, Milk Proteins, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithins)), Modified Starch, Vegetable Creamer Concentrate (Refined Coconut Oil, Whey Powder (Milk), Milk Protein), Vegetable Flavour Seasoning (Salt, Yeast Extract Powder, Sugar, Onion Powder, Potato Starch, Spice (Celery), Yeast Powder, Natural Flavourings [Lovage, Black Pepper, Nutmeg, Tumeric]), Inulin, Potassium Citrate, Carrots (3%), Peas (3%), Leeks (2%), DiPotassium Citrate, Onion, Sodium Chloride, Calcium Chloride, Thickener (Xanthan Gum), Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin Premix (Vitamin C, Maltodextrin, Zinc, Iron, Vitamin E, Niacin, Copper, Vitamin A, Fluoride, Manganese, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Chromium Chloride, Selenium, Folic Acid, Vitamin D, Potassium, Vitamin B12, Chloride, Vitamin K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Molybdenum), Potassium Chloride, Beta Carotene. No gluten-containing ingredients.
|Nutritional Information||Per 100g||Per 53g Serving||% RI Per 100g/53g|
|(of which saturates) (g)||5.5||2.9|
|(of which sugars) (g)||19.1||10.1|
|Folic acid (µg)||163.7||86.7||82/43|
|Pantothenic acid (mg)||4.8||2.5||80/42|
|Vitamin A (µg)||548.5||290.7||69/36|
|Vitamin B1 (mg)||0.9||0.5||80/43|
|Vitamin B12 (µg)||2.3||1.2||90/48|
|Vitamin B2 (mg)||1.7||0.9||119/63|
|Vitamin B6 (mg)||1.3||0.7||90/48|
|Vitamin C (mg)||63.6||33.7||80/42|
|Vitamin D (µg)||4.3||2.3||86/45|
|Vitamin E (mg)||9.4||5||79/42|
|Vitamin K (µg)||58.3||30.9||78/41|
Top Customer Reviews
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This is ok just has a powdery taste to it but I liked the bits in it helped to eat
I love it
Genuinely love this soup. Even if i came off the diet I would still buy these over everyday 'cup of soups' tastes like a creamy white wine sauce so naturally, i love it!
Flavour is good but I would remove the peas in the soup. They don’t rehydrate much and give a really weird crunchy feeling
Veg Soup 😍
I was sceptical but this vegetable soup is lovely, the trick is to stir fast as soon as the water goes in! Just the right amount for a small bowl or large mug. Love it!
Sweet and creamy
If you’re needing something hot then this is a good soup but I just found it a little on the sweet side. I’m not a fan of creamy soups normally so it’s not surprising that this isn’t for me. I always have one in the cupboard in case I need something warming though!
Added 100g of Alaska Pollock
Eating two meals day and adding pollack increased protein to almost 30g but only adding 65kcal. Vegetable soup and fish were delicious together. Added chilli flakes for heat.
Really nice texture and consistency, the flavour was surprisingly good too. My only fault is that it's not as filling as other of exante's meal replacements, but feels nicely light for a late dinner
Practice makes perfect (almost)
It took a few attempts, but by the third one I had it sussed, for me at least. A little more water, a very long shake and added some finely chopped cooked veg. I used cauliflower. Frozen petit pois work too. Makes a decent filling lunch.
Not too bad
It's okay. A little salty maybe, and the peas in it don't rehydrate very well. Unfortunately, I have 7 to get through in the next three weeks. I might try blending them with some peas to jazz them up a bit.
I was disappointed with the vegetable soup. It isn't terrible but it is on a par with the Chicken and Leek soup, meaning it tastes artificial like a cheap stock cube and it isn't very flavoursome. It is thick and creamy but the four or five dried peas in the soup stay like bullets. I found it better when I added lots of chopped herbs and a small chili and blitzed it with a stick blender. Otherwise you would probably need salt and black pepper. I doubt I'd order it again. For my tastes the Mushroom, Red Thai Chicken, Laska (currently OOS) and Butternut Squash soups are much better.