This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Campbell Soup Company. All opinions are 100% mine.

Ten quick and easy low-calorie snacks and lunch options that are packed with delicious flavor and only take a few minutes of prep time!

10 quick and easy low calorie snacks and lunchesThese flavorful foods are low in calories, diet-friendly, and easy on the waistline. Combine a couple of these tasty bites for a quick and easy lunch option that is sure to satisfy your hunger. My favorite combo is the Lean Clean Lettuce Wraps paired with Campbell’s Fresh-Brewed Homestyle Chicken Broth & Noodle Soup! Yum!

bacon lettuce tomato salad sprinkled with feta cheese

BLT Chopped Salad

Campbell's Homestyle Soup K Cups

Campbell’s Fresh-Brewed Homestyle Chicken Broth & Noodle Soup

Clean Lean Lettuce Wraps

Ultimate Clean & Lean Lettuce Wraps

Egg White Omelet

Spinach & Egg White Omelet

Rice Cake Sandwiches

Open-Face Rice Cake Sandwiches

Cranberry Apple Almond Chicken Salad in Cucumber Cups

Cranberry Apple Chicken Salad in Cucumber Cups

egg salad on bread slices

Simple Egg Salad

spinach turkey roll ups

Spinach Turkey Roll-Ups

homemade sun dried tomato hummus in bowl

Sun Dried Tomato Basil Hummus

dill cucumber salad with red onions

Dill Cucumber Salad

Campbells Fresh Brewed SoupNow, I’ve heard a lot of misconceptions lately about Campbell’s new products, specifically the Fresh-Brewed soup made in your Keurig machine. “Isn’t my soup going to taste like coffee?” “Won’t the noodles clog up the machine?” So, let me show you how it’s done and set the record straight.

Campbell's Fresh-Brewed Homestyle Soup The Fresh-Brewed soup is a combination of two different components – a seasoned chicken broth mix K-Cup along with a dried noodle and vegetable mix pouch.

Making Campbells Soup in My Keurig Start by emptying the pouch of dry ingredients into a 12 oz. bowl.

How to Make Campbell's Homestyle Soup in Your Keurig Next, place the K-Cup inside of the Keurig machine along with 8 oz. of water.

Hot Campbells Soup from Your Keurig Machine Run the machine (it takes less than two minutes!) to create a rich and flavorful soup broth over the dry noodle mixture. Allow the soup to sit for 2-3 minutes until the noodles and veggies are re-hydrated, and it’s ready to eat.

Campell's Homestyle Soup in K Cups for Keurig Machines It’s a delicious and easy peasy way to make soup in just a few minutes! (Oh, and NO, it doesn’t taste like coffee, silly! The water only runs through the K-Cup that’s inside of the machine, so it just tastes like good old soup!)

Campbell's Homestyle Soup For even more delicious Campbell’s recipes, be sure to follow @Campbells on social media! 

xoxo Heidi, signature block from Heidi at Happiness Is Homemade

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