How Does Amy’s Soups Mushroom Bisque with Porcini Taste?

When I was younger, I ate Cream of Mushroom soup and then somewhere along the lines of middle school and beyond, I became disgusted at the thought and sight of mushrooms. Fast forward now, and I have developed an appreciation for the health factor and use of these little pieces of fungus, which brings me to Amy’s Soups Mushroom Bisque with Porcini

Nearly every ingredient on the list for Mushroom Bisque with Porcini is organic – from the organic leeks to organic butter to organic spices. And despite having carrots and celery, you can barely tell. The broth isn’t thick at all, which works for this soup. It’s incredibly flavorful. Mushroom is the dominant ingredient that appears spoonful after spoonful with an intermittent piece of onion here and there. Although the can says that the soup is made with organic rice, there are no visible pieces that I can see.

If you eat foods with no wheat, gluten or sugar, this soup falls in line with your dietary needs, and it tastes really good. Who knew I’d be eating cans of mushroom soup again?

By the Numbers

(1 serving = about ½ the can)

  • 110 calories
  • 50 fat calories
  • 2 grams of fiber
  • 2 grams of protein
  • 13 grams carbs
  • Vitamin C – 4%


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