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What are Protein Soups?
Protein Soups are high protein hot snacks made with a combination of whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, and soy protein isolate to provide a high quality source of protein in a deliciously tasting soup. The Protein Soups come in 4 different flavours and can be easily made, making them ideal for a quick protein intake for on the go or for a high protein meal throughout the day.
Protein Soup Benefits
Protein Soups provide over 22g of protein per serving which will contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. Protein Soups provide just 2g of fat per serving making them ideal for anyone looking to increase muscle mass. Protein Soups are individually packaged into 50g sachets making them convenient to consume whenever, whether it be on the go, at work or at home.
Who are Protein Soups Suitable for?
Protein Soups are recommended for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake, or looking for an alternative source of protein to support their training goals. The Protein Soups are ideal, particularly for anyone working outdoors in cold environments and are looking for a warm meal with a high protein content.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Empty 1 sachet into a bowl/mug 50g and then add 150-250ml of boiling water and stir thoroughly (the less water the thicker the soup will be). For best results first add half of the boiling water and stir thoroughly for 30 seconds, then add the other half of the boiling water and stir for a further 30 seconds. Leave to stand for 1 minute before consuming.
Warning: Contents will be HOT.
Thai Green Curry Flavour:
Protein Blend (Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate(Milk), Skimmed Milk Powder, Whey Protein Isolate(Milk)), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Coconut Milk Solids, (contains sodium caseinate), Salt, Lime Juice Powder, Green Bean Powder, Garlic Powder, Sugar, Onion Powder, Spices, Yeast Extract, Jalapeno Pepper Powder), Thickener: Xanthan Gum.
Protein Blend (Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate(Milk), Skimmed Milk Powder, Whey Protein Isolate(Milk)), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Chicken bouillon (Chicken (extract, meat and fat), Yeast extract, Sugar, Salt, Lemon juice, Glucose Syrup, Herb extract), Dried Onion, Yeast Extract, Dried Chicken, Salt, Rosemary Extract), Thickener: Xanthan Gum
Protein Blend (Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate(Milk), Skimmed Milk Powder, Whey Protein Isolate(Milk)), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Yeast Extract, Natural Flavouring, Salt, Sugar, Potato Starch, Caramelised Sugar Powder, Onion Powder, Beef Extract Powder, Ground Black Pepper, Vegetables (Leek, Mushroom, Onion, Carrot, Garlic), Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Bay, Tomato Powder, Red Pepper Powder, Oregano Salt, Rubbed Parsley, Ground Basil), Thickener: Xanthan Gum.
Mediterranean Tomato Flavour:
Protein Blend (Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate(Milk), Skimmed Milk Powder, Whey Protein Isolate(Milk)), Maltodextrin, Flavouring (Tomato Powder, Potato Starch, Salt, Sugar, Garlic Powder, Red Pepper Powder, Onion Powder, Oregano Salt, Rubbed Parsley, Ground Basil, Ground Black Pepper), Thickener: Xanthan Gum.
Serving Size - 1 Sachet (50g)
Servings Per Container - 1 (50g)
|Per 100g||Per Serving|
|Energy||1343 kJ/316 kcal||672 kJ/158 kcal|
|Fat||1.4 g||0.7 g|
|of which saturates||1.1 g||0.6 g|
|Carbohydrates||18 g||9.0 g|
|of which sugars||16 g||8.0 g|
|Protein||58 g||29 g|
|Salt||1.3 g||0.75 g|
The nutritional information is based on the Thai Green Curry flavour, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional value may vary.
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Well, COULD IT? My girlfriend has a habit of drinking soy sauce out of the bottle and even she thought the salt content was over the top. Buy this if: you're suffering from a catastrophic crash in blood sodium levels and are about to fall into a coma or die. Don't buy this if: you once accidentally swallowed a mouthful of water from the Dead Sea and would rather not relive the experience. On a more general note, totally onboard with MP producing more savoury high-protein snacks (as much as I have a sweet tooth, endless flapjacks and protein shakes can get a little tiresome). Just, y'know, go easy on the seasonings.Goes Well With:Salt-induced hypertension.
I'm a true fan of the protein shakes but the soup was a big let down. Very bland in taste and doesn't mix very well. Won't be buying again.
Little more to say than the title. The flavour of the beef soup is Just Plain Strange. It doesn't taste like beef for sure. That said, it doesn't taste unpleasant. It's just really odd. The soup is nice and thick and adding a sprinkling of dried mixed herbs helped a lot, but I wouldn't re-order this particular flavour. Goes Well With:Herbs. Lots of them. Maybe garlic. Anything to change the taste!
Had the Mediterranean Tomato Soup. Must say giving it a good long stirring is essential, it doesn't just magically turn into soup. The look of it is not very pleasing to the eye, but it's what's inside that counts. Smells and tastes much better than it looks. Approaching this with an open mind would be my best advice to others. Goes Well With:Crackerbread
The mixing of the soup did not happen, it was a water sludge pool with the taste of a fermented watery sludge pool. I highly do not recommend.Goes Well With:The inner lining of your bin.
Sadly not nice at all, still lumpy no many how much i try and tastes like a bowl of slightly flavored sand. Sorry myprotein! Think i'll stick to homemade with a protein shake. Goes Well With:The bin.
Tastes vile went in the binGoes Well With:The bi
Bought as a meal replacement for a quick lunch at work. Med Tomato Flavour Colour / Smell nowhere near that of any Tomato Soup I've seen before. Texture is very powdery / dry. Mixability is poor, and too thick if using a standard size mug - had to add a lot more water than instructed on the back of pack. A low fat / standard powdered soup and an additional high protein snack may be the way forward instead. I have 19 sachets left which will no doubt be going in the bin! Normally an advocate of MP, but stay well away from this product unless you have no taste buds! Goes Well With:The bin.
To start with this stuff was a nightmare to mix, then came the taste. The Thai flavour has a minty smell and taste, not very Thai. Then there's the texture and chalky dry coating it leaves on your mouth. Disgusting! Even a bit stock cube crushed in couldn't improve the taste. I'll stick to the shakes thanksGoes Well With:Nothing
I've tried the chicken and the beef soups so far (have yet to try the tomato and the thai green curry). The chicken was pretty flavourless, but the beef had a bit more clout to it. Both look like gruel; the texture is a bit weird as it doesn't mix very well. The more water you add, the thinner it gets (duh) but I do like my soup quite thick so that might have had an impact on the texture. I've used as a hot alternative to shakes for my lunch, which does make a difference when trying to stick to a VLCD - you can get sick of shake after shake, and crave something hot. I'm going to wait until I try the other two flavours to decide whether I'd buy these again (I bought a sample of each to test), but if you want a hot alternative to shake meal replacement they're worth a try. Goes Well With:A solid gag reflex. Closed eyes.
I had this for my lunch and it's really energy boosting so was good to train straight after work!!
The tomato version has no flavour and a gloopy texture so the combination of the two literally made me heave, so it immediately went down the sink.Goes Well With:Trying to train your gag reflex.
I am absolutely addicted to these soups. I don't have a favourite flavour, I like them all. Taste is subjective but I can see a little bit of confusion on how to prepare these, so let me tell you how I do them. I generally take them with myrice, but of course it's my choice. I add boiling water little by little and stir with a fork, not a spoon (using it more like a whisk), then I microwave for 30 seconds-1 minute so it becomes even more dense and has no lumps. After stiring with the spoon it's ready to perfection. Bear in mind that sometimes the nutritional values refer to 25 g of product instead of 50g (still low calories). I noticed this morning with the thai green soup. Hope it helped.Goes Well With:myrice
It smells good, tastes ok too actually considering what it is. The listing on the packet is wrong, the figures it shows is for 100g and 50g but I think they have put 25g figures for the 50g figures. I use the macros on the web. (If you add to Myfitnesspal by barcode, be careful as these figures are different again). I added it manually. I used 250ml hot water and a good mix. I go wild camping a bit, so this is something I will find handy to take with me hiking. Goes Well With:Thick buttered bread (but i didn't)
I got the tomatoe soup, while it is great for protein and quick and easy to make its quite powdery tasting. The taste is nice, I think its more the after taste where you get that weird powder taste. The texture isnt bad. I dont really know would I get this again, I might mix it with my own homemade tomatoe soup to mask the powdery taste
As somebody who has recently transitioned to myprotein, this soup is quite noticeable with after effects of the soup and content of protein. However, I must say, the mixability is poor from the chicken soup i had. Clumps often remained in the soup, and was difficult to get out. The taste i find is ok, but mainly quite bland. Fairly disappointing considering the rest of myprotein products has been excellent.
The soup is very hard to mix, the ratio of soup to water I feel is inaccurate I used less than half the packet with 250ml of water and it still didn't mix well. Taste wise trying the tomato one is had a very mild tinge of tomato flavour. Not the best for my protein standards.
As I read the comments I saw many of you couldn't mix it well. I mixed it with a fork, 10 secs with half of the water and another 10 secs with the other half. Worked properly, mixability is really good. The taste... I tried the green curry, the taste was a bit strong in the beginning, something was strange, but it was eatable. I'm a really huge fan of soups but carrying a soup all day is almost impossible for me and of course making it takes more time than just frying chicken. So in conclusion I think it's really useful especially during winter to have a ready to make soup powder high in protein that can be carried easily. I wouldn't be able to eat it every day nor every week, but good to have some on the kitchen shelf as a backup plan Goes Well With:Toast bites, seeds, or anything crunchy (maybe myprotein bread sticks, but I haven't tried yet)
I've tried them all not the best tasting soups and very hard to mix best to use a large cup or bowl you can fit a hand blender, quick enough to make if your in a rush and need a fast meal, but if on its own now very filling! Goes Well With:Whole meal bread and butter
This is not the best product I've tried...I had the tomato flavoured one but if the label hadn't told me I would never have known. The texture and taste weren't unpleasant just not what I was expecting. If I had been told I was having a mug of lentil soup I would have been happy enough, as I would have expected a grainy texture and slightly bland taste. Basically I won't be buying it again.