13 Best Packaged Chicken Soups

List Updated September 2020

Bestselling Packaged Chicken Soups in 2020


Frontier Soups Homemade In Minutes Soup Mix, Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle, 4.25 Ounce

Frontier Soups Homemade In Minutes Soup Mix, Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle, 4.25 Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Makes a nutritious soup that contains a gluten free corn pasta called Lasagne Corte, plus carrot, onion, peas, shallot, corn, celery, leeks, garlic and herbs
  • All natural ingredients no added salt, MSG, preservatives or trans-fats
  • Easy-to prepare with all premium seasonings and other dry ingredients included for making homemade-tasting soup
  • Easy to follow directions and recipe variations included for four or five meal-size servings in 30 to 45 minutes
  • Certified gluten-free

Frontier Soups Homemade In Minutes Soup Mix, South of The Border Tortilla, 4.5 Ounce

Frontier Soups Homemade In Minutes Soup Mix, South of The Border Tortilla, 4.5 Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Makes a nutritious soup that contains dehydrated black beans, corn, red and green pepper, onion, garlic, epazote and chili spices
  • All natural ingredients no added salt, MSG, preservatives or trans-fats
  • Easy-to prepare with all premium seasonings and other dry ingredients included for making homemade-tasting soup
  • Easy to follow directions and recipe variations included for four or five meal-size servings in 30 to 45 minutes
  • Certified gluten-free

Frontier Soups Bestsellers Bundle: (1) Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle, (1) Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil, (1) South of the Border Tortilla and (1) Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder (4 Bags Total)

Frontier Soups Bestsellers Bundle: (1) Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle, (1) Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil, (1) South of the Border Tortilla and (1) Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder (4 Bags Total)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • 4 Frontier Soups Bestsellers: Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup Mix, Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil Soup Mix, South of the Border Tortilla Soup Mix, and Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder Mix
  • 1 bag of Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup Mix: A family favorite, colorful peas, carrots and corn are delicately seasoned with dill and combined with gluten free corn pasta.
  • 1 bag of Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil Soup Mix: Pinwheel tomato slices highlight this basil, yellow pepper, carrot and rice blend for an easy vegetable style tomato soup. Add cream, if desired, and serve with a grilled cheese sandwich or, more elegantly, with shrimp and feta cheese.
  • 1 bag of South of the Border Tortilla Soup Mix: A sure-fire winner! Zesty Mexican spices, quick cooking dehydrated black beans, peppers and sweet corn are the base for this Southwestern specialty. Add chicken, salsa, and tortilla chips to finish.
  • 1 bag of Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder Soup Mix: Bright yellow super sweet (non GMO) corn, red peppers and rice, combine with diced potato and cream additions for this top selling and versatile Hearty Meal soup. With a garnish of grated Monterey Jack cheese and fresh parsley, this corn chowder soup makes a lovely summer or winter meal!

Campbell's Homestyle Soup, Chicken Noodle, 15.3 Ounce (Pack of 8)

Campbell's Homestyle Soup, Chicken Noodle, 15.3 Ounce (Pack of 8)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Easy-to-open, microwave-safe bowls that are perfect for on-the-go
  • Chicken noodle soup crafted like home
  • Made with premium chicken, fresh vegetables and egg noodles
  • No preservatives added
  • The Taste That Takes You Home

Cugino's Greek Chicken & Rice Soup Mix, 7 Oz (Pack of 6)

Cugino's Greek Chicken & Rice Soup Mix, 7 Oz (Pack of 6)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Tastes JUST like Homemade!
  • Each bag makes 8 servings.
  • Better taste, quality, and value than canned soup.
  • Cooks in 25 minutes.
  • Cugino's is a Family Business.

Frontier Soups Hearty Meal Soups Colorado Campfire Chicken Stew Mix, 7 Ounce

Frontier Soups Hearty Meal Soups Colorado Campfire Chicken Stew Mix, 7 Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Makes a nutritious stew that contains dehydrated white beans, potato, onion, carrot, peas, celery, yellow pepper, thyme and sage
  • All natural ingredients no added salt, MSG, preservatives or trans-fats
  • Easy-to prepare with all premium seasonings and other dry ingredients included for making homemade-tasting stew
  • Easy to follow directions and recipe variations included for making a big pot of six to twelve meal-size servings
  • Certified gluten-free

Frontier Soups Homemade In Minutes Soup Mix, Oregon Lakes Wild Rice and Mushroom, 4 Ounce

Frontier Soups Homemade In Minutes Soup Mix, Oregon Lakes Wild Rice and Mushroom, 4 Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Makes a nutritious soup that contains wild rice, shiitake mushrooms, carrot, petite peas, onion, celery, green onion and herbs
  • All natural ingredients no added salt, MSG, preservatives or trans-fats
  • Easy-to prepare with all premium seasonings and other dry ingredients included for making homemade-tasting soup
  • Easy to follow directions and recipe variations included for four or five meal-size servings in 30 to 45 minutes
  • Certified gluten-free

Bear Creek Hearty Soup Bowl, Creamy Chicken with Rice, 1.9 Ounce (Pack of 6)

Bear Creek Hearty Soup Bowl, Creamy Chicken with Rice, 1.9 Ounce (Pack of 6)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Loaded with hearty long grain wild rice and vegetables
  • Full of hearty goodness
  • Single serve bowls
  • Easy to prepare mix
  • 0 grams trans fat

Campbell's Condensed Soup, Chicken with White & Wild Rice, 10.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Campbell's Condensed Soup, Chicken with White & Wild Rice, 10.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Enjoy this tasteful blend of chicken, rice, carrots, celery seasoned with onion and garlic
  • No artificial flavors and low in fat and cholesterol
  • Easy to prepare
  • Count on this classic to satisfy
  • Made for Real, Real Life.

WonderSlim Low-Carb Diet High Protein Soup Mix - Chicken & Vegetable Cream Soup (7 Servings) - Low Carb, Low Calorie, Fat Free Soup

WonderSlim Low-Carb Diet High Protein Soup Mix - Chicken & Vegetable Cream Soup (7 Servings) - Low Carb, Low Calorie, Fat Free Soup
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • LOW CALORIE, HIGH PROTEIN: Every dried soup packet contains 12g of protein and just 70 calories, for a satisfying, low carb light lunch.
  • HOT SOUP ON THE GO: Each box contains 7 individual instant soup mix packets, perfect for keeping in your purse. Mix up a cup of delicious soup as a fat free snack!
  • LOW CARB: We've cut out all the unnecessary calories, carbs and sugar to create a high protein soup mix that enhances any weight loss program.
  • EASY DIETING WITH WONDERSLIM: Create your own diet regime with our delicious range of shakes, breakfasts, entrees, supplements, soups and more.
  • FEEL WONDERFUL. GIVE BACK: Buy a Box = Give 2 Meals. Every box of this WonderSlim product you purchase will provide 2 meals* to people in need through Feeding America.

Campbell's Go Soup, Southwest Style Chicken with Quinoa, 14 Ounce (Pack of 8)

Campbell's Go Soup, Southwest Style Chicken with Quinoa, 14 Ounce (Pack of 8)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Bold, flavor-packed blend of chicken meat, black and pinto beans, corn, tomatoes, roasted poblano chili peppers and organic quinoa
  • Ready-to-serve pouch. Just heat & pour into a bowl!
  • Exciting soup flavor executed with striking ingredient combinations
  • Flavor-locked pouch that keeps it real & sealed
  • Bold and unexpected fun by the spoonful

BariWise High Protein Low-Carb Diet Soup Mix - Low Calorie Chicken with Pasta (7 Count)…

BariWise High Protein Low-Carb Diet Soup Mix - Low Calorie Chicken with Pasta (7 Count)…
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

Campbell's Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup, 10.75 oz. Cans (Pack of 6)

Campbell's Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup, 10.75 oz. Cans (Pack of 6)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

How to Make Chicken Stock

Let's face it - it was either me or the chicken. Given the chance, the chicken would have stuffed, baked and carved me up, too!

I had eaten my victim and there wasn't a court in the land that would convict me. But I wasn't going to take any chances.

Let's face it - it was either me or the chicken. Given the chance, the chicken would have stuffed, baked and carved me up, too! If arrested, I was fully prepared to plead self-defense. After all - how many humans have been murdered by chickens in the past year alone? It was time for someone to take a stand!

But I had to get rid of the evidence. That meant getting the last bit of flavor out of the nearly meatless carcass by boiling it to make chicken stock. Only then could I hide what I had done. Only then could I truly absorb all of the chicken's awesome strength.

The headless fowl lay motionless upon the cutting board. That was a good thing. If it was moving, I might have soiled myself. I diced five stalks of celery and two large carrots because cut veggies tell no tales. I crushed four cloves of garlic because they deserved it. And I rough cut a large onion because...well...onions like it rough.

Then I found my largest pot - the one I use when murdering lobsters - and set it on the stove on medium. I drizzled a little olive oil to barely cover the bottom. That pot loves olive oil and I only wanted to torture it with a taste. Sure, it gets angry - but what's it going to do to me? After drizzling some oil in, I told the pot, "Come and get it if you want some more! You want some oil? Why don't you just try to take it from me? Come on! It's right here!"

By the time I was done taunting the pot, the olive oil was hot but not bubbling. I tossed in the carrots, celery and onion. "What?!?" I said to the pot. "Is your mouth too full to speak? What? You want some more of this?"

After a bit more taunting, the onion became translucent and a little caramelized. Then I added the garlic. The garlic wanted to be with the other vegetables from the start, but I wanted it to wait until the other veggies were dead and mixing flavors. Then, and only then, would the garlic see its dead friends and feel true terror. The look on the garlic when I dumped it into the pot was precious.

A few minutes later, I noticed the garlic just would not die. In frustration, I placed the chicken carcass in the pot and filled the container 3/4 the way up with water. I figured that if I couldn't sautee the garlic to death, maybe I could drown it.

Six of one, a half dozen of the other.

I needed to get every bit of flavor from the bird for the chicken stock, so I weighted it down with glass bread pan. The added benefit, here, is that I could watch and delight in the final, unquestionable demise of my arch-nemesis - the chicken.

What?!? You don't think the chicken would have done the same to me if it had the chance? You don't think it would want a window seat to watch my sinew break apart and separate from my bones? Tell that to my poor Uncle Carl. Poor, poor Uncle Carl.

I dedicated the fluid's rolling boil to my Uncle Carl as I took revenge for my family.

A half hour later, the water level had dropped. I wasn't done with this bird yet, though! I added more water and let it boil some more. Mmmm. The sound of the boil. The smell of the dismembered fowl mixed with the veggies. Just knowing I was the reason they were cut, sliced, crushed and dead was pure ecstasy. I almost needed a cigarette.

I repeated the process every half hour until I had reached two hours total. Then I took the bird out and returned its motionless skeletal remains to the cutting board. While it cooled, I strained out the veggies. They had given their flavor against their will and now I delighted in tossing them in the garbage like...well, like garbage. Then I plucked that last bits of meat off the chicken. The meat went into the chicken stock.

The bones? Well, I had them mounted. They're on the wall in my trophy room. They're a great conversation starter.

Now that I had the chicken stock, I needed to store it. I waited until it cooled, then poured it into some plastic containers. I didn't fill them all the way up - I had to leave room for expansion when I put them in my large stand-up freezer.

I have no remorse for what I've done. I'd do it again. In fact I have done it again. And again. Many times.

Part of the reason is to avenge poor Uncle Carl. The rest of the reason is simple: if I don't do this to chickens, you can bet they would do it to me!

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