When it comes to making lunch, I hate having to be in the kitchen for ages. I want something quick and easy to make, that I know it...

Best of British Soup

12:00 Laura Thornberry 0 Comments

When it comes to making lunch, I hate having to be in the kitchen for ages. I want something quick and easy to make, that I know it going to be delicious and fill me up for the afternoon. I previously posted a couple of my favourite lunchtime recipes, that I absolutely love to make. You can take a look at my Halloumi Salad recipe or my Speedy Tagliatelle recipe, and let me know what you think!

With the cold weather still in abundance, something I find handy to keep stocked up on in the cupboard is soup! There is just so many to choose from it's insane. Whether you love chicken, vegetable, or minestrone, there is something for everyone, which makes soup such a great lunchtime meal. Simply serve with a couple slices of bread, some rye bread crackers or even some crunchy croutons on the top, and you're good to go!

I was recently gifted a couple of soups from the Best of British range at Cross & Blackwell's, one Pea and Ham*, and one Leek and Potato*, along with a super cute microwavable pot*, making lunchtimes super quick and easy! The microwavable pot was a great accompaniment its so easy to use, and quick to clean, I would definitely recommend trying out a product like this! My favourite was definitely the Pea and Ham, so full of flavour. It was delicious and something I would purchase in the future!

"Crosse & Blackwell’s Best of British range of soups are made using ingredients grown on farms across the UK. The range is inspired by Britain’s favourite recipes, which have been developed into a range of great tasting wholesome soups. Our recipes bring the home grown flavours of the British countryside from the field to your table."
Find out more about Crosse & Blackwell's here.

Have you tried any Crosse & Blackwell's soups? What is your favourite from the Best of British range?

*Products kindly sent for 100% honest review. All thoughts are my own

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