Keurig goes past drinks to make you a cup of soup
Everyone knows what occurs if you attempt to make ramen within the espresso pot (trace: it breaks all the things) however making soup in a Keurig is now potential. Because of a partnership with Campbell’s, the favored espresso-machine firm has developed “Recent-Brewed Soup” kits, which might be made in any Keurig Scorching brewer that accepts Okay-Cup pods.
The kits include a noodle packet and broth pod; noodles are emptied right into a 12-ounce cup whereas the Keurig machine brews the liquid. Mix the 2, let the combination sit for 2 to 3 minutes (to permit the noodles to melt) and it is lunch time. Recent-Brewed Soup kits can be found on the market on Keurig’s website, on Amazon, and shortly in grocery and membership shops. At present there are solely two flavors: a hen broth and noodle combine and a southwest fashion hen broth and noodle combine. (Sorry, vegetarians.)
Every package incorporates 70 energy or much less, is made within the US with out synthetic colours or flavors and is available in an eight pack for about $12. Keurig does advocate operating a “scorching water brew cycle and not using a Okay-Cup pod earlier than and after making a soup” which makes the method a bit extra onerous than, say, microwaving a Cup-a-Soup. The soup pods took greater than two years to develop; the unique partnership between the businesses was introduced again in September 2013. No phrase but on if the soup pods are as environmentally unfriendly because the espresso pods, which will not be absolutely recyclable till 2020.