super speedy “just like heinz” tomato soup

I was told by Paul, with no uncertain terms, that I had to have a recipe done, comic-booked and onto the blog before 11pm or there would be no mattress polka for anyone, given he’s tired. SO, imagine this done in the style of 24 – it’s going to be a quick post, and instead of Jack Bauer yelling at terrorists, you’ve got me accidentally tipping over a whole Magimix XL of cold soup with Roxette’s Dangerous playing in the background. Not QUITE the same high-stakes but well, that passes for drama in our house. I love Roxette, my old flatmate used to play her songs all the time. Mind she also used to leave her dirty knickers behind the radiator in her bedroom, which made the whole house smell of hot shredded wheat whenever the heating went on. I know your business, but I don’t know your name…

ANYWAY. I’ve seen plenty of people on facebook talking about this wonder soup – meant to taste EXACTLY like Heinz soup. I’m always so wary of this type of recipe – I’d rather have a bowl of Heinz rather than a knockoff, but actually…it’s pretty decent! Recipe card:

Tomato Soup

SYN FREE.

to makeย super speedy “just like heinz” tomato soup you will need:

two tins of beans, two tins of chopped tomatoes, two tins of carrots (with the water), a few pickled onions, a veg stock cube and worcestershire source.

to makeย super speedy “just like heinz” tomato soup you should:

Throw it all in the blender, pulse it until blended, heat and serve. It does taste creamy, oddly, but I’d maybe omit the carrot water as it makes it a bit starchy. BRILLIANT super-free meal though – onion, carrots and tomatoes all being cracking weight loss food, and baked beans are great for filling you up. There’s nothing more to it! It’ll do for a lunch, after all!

11pm now. Off to bed before Paul kicks off. Oh I’m the Little Mo of the street I truly am. I actually used to have hair just like her!

J

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15 thoughts on “super speedy “just like heinz” tomato soup

  1. I found you blog through a group link,omg let me say I have now been reading it for 90 mins & the last thing I remember is the recipes,I have laughed so loud that the tears are streaming down my face,thank you so much for a glimpse into your world,your amazing talent of making people feel they are not alone on this journey but most of all for making my day x x x
    Now I’m going back to look at the recipes ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Jean x

    • Jean, play it cool! People will know I’ve paid you off in frylight and farty soup! Haha. Honestly, that comment has made my morning, I love to write and it’s always fantastic to hear lovely words of appreciation – thank you

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  4. Found this site whilst looking for slimming world recipies, spent hours reading the blogs, you guys should be on TV, thats a show I would pay to watch, laughed till I cried! so witty-makes dieting fun! Love the recipies too, got my friends and collegues checking it out too ( we’re all psych nurses so have wicked senses of humour, and appreciate a good laugh) must get your book xxx

  5. Just made this for lunch…..was a bit mmmm about the recipe but it was fantastic. I added a solo of 0/0% quark too when served ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰ Your recipes are great Thanks๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

  6. Hi, please could you tell me how many pickled onions is a few please? Approximately? ๐Ÿ˜Š Thank you, love your food & sarcasm. x๐Ÿ˜š

  7. Hi there your soup sounds great and loads of good feedback! I’m wanting to know if I make it can I heat it up in the microwave as I would like to take it to work for my lunch over a couple of days! X

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