Make soup in your coffee machine!

soup Do you have one of those pod coffee machines? Ever wish it produced something a bit more savoury? Well, you're filthy pigs are in luck!

Keurig, the people who make pod coffee machines, have teamed up with Campbell’s so you can brew your own soup through the same machine that gives you your hit of caffeine eighteen times a day.

No, seriously. It'll be like having your own vending machine, only minus the tittle tattle about the things Janice got up to over the weekend, now she's left her husband.

So, you'll be able to get two things from Campbell’s - you can have Homestyle Chicken Broth & Noodle soup and Southwest Style Chicken Broth & Noodle soup, which is nice. Sounds more like a Pot Noodle than proper soup, but y'know.

How do they get all those noodles into a pod? Well, the short answer is: they don't. You have to empty a sachet into your cup, then put the pod of flavour into your machine, and then hit the button.

Sounds like more faff than just buying some Super Noodles or whatever, but there we go.

The soup pods are sold in eight-cup packs, just like the coffee variety and will cost about £8 a pop. At a quid a pod, you might want to just buy a tin of soup instead.

Campbell’s reckon this'll be a hit, and say that 80% of people that buy Keurig pods also buy Campbell’s soup. Whether or not your coffee will end up tasting like old soup, is anyone's guess. If you try it out, do leave us a comment and let us know.

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