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Dairy Free Tomato Soup

I love home made soup nothing beats it, however sometimes it’s good to have an even quick option up your sleeve. Most of the soups you see in Supermarkets are loaded with dairy (cream normally), wheat and often high in salt and sugar. I spend time searching label ingredients in the hope I might find a convenient soup that I can eat.

Well New Covent Garden Heart Warming Soup ticks alot of boxes, and it tastes great too, check out this wheat and dairy free tomato soup

Dairy Free Tomato Soup Ingredients

Water, tomatoes (19%), onions, green lentils (6%), tomato paste, carrots, red peppers, courgettes, celery, sugar, vegetable oil, garlic, salt, thyme, rosemary, parsley, white pepper. Vegetables (20%).

The soup is tastes great, tomato(y) as you would expect but the lentils give it a lovely texture and depth of flavor – big tick to New Covent Garden Soup.

As well as tasting great The Heart Warming soup is also promoting the British Heart Foundation.

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    January 27, 2012 at 8:15 pm

    so glad I found your blog! I’d all but given up checking soup ingredients, will take a closer look at these, thank you 🙂

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      January 30, 2012 at 9:32 am

      Hello Lisa really glad it helped, it always annoys me that so many pre packed soups have dairy in, but I always keep my eye out for ones that don’t as you never know. The tomato based ones tend to be the ones that are more suitable. Let us know if you find any that are suitable for you too.


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    June 22, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    I make a ‘cream’ of tomato soup using coconut milk. It doesn’t taste coconutty and is delicious.

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    maria harding
    January 30, 2015 at 12:25 pm

    hi smee, do you have any recipies for any soup that’s dairy and gluten free please. regards maria

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