Campbell's Fresh-Brewed Soup K-Cups and Packets for Keurig Brewers
Winter must be coming because Campbell’s soups are available in two varieties: Homestyle Chicken Broth & Noodle Soup Mix and Southwest Style Chicken Broth & Noodle Soup Mix. Both varieties are 70 calories or less per serving and are made without artificial colors or flavors and work in your Keurig K-Cup brewer.
Brewing soup with your Keurig is easy. Campbell's Fresh-Brewed Soup kits are a two-step process; each kit includes a noodle packet and a broth K-Cup pod. To brew soup, simply empty the soup packet into a 12-oz cup, insert the K-Cup pod, brew, stir, let sit and eat.
AB found the Campbell’s K-Cups and Packets at Target as well.
Campbell's Fresh-Brewed Soup Kits are available in 8-count boxes. Each kit includes one noodle packet and one broth K-Cup pod. In addition to launching on Keurig.com, Campbell's Fresh-Brewed Soup Kits are also available in grocery and club stores and Amazon.com.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 10, 2015 7:47 AM
Meg, you are correct. Or even a much cheaper packet of any instant soup you want and run the Keurig for the hot water. Or even a cheap $12 electric kettle.
Keurig just likes to take advantage of people who aren't as smart as you are.
It sounds like it would make more sense to open the broth kcup, pour it in your mug and just run the keurig empty to fill with hot water. Then you won't have to clean broth and chicken oily smell out of your keurig when you want to use it next for coffee?
I'm not understanding the market for this one. Campbells basically put cup a soup in a k-cup?