With the dropping temperatures, you know that we had to do a taste off kit testing some of the best soup in Utah. There’s nothing better than being in a comfy sweater and eating delicious soup on a cold night. We did all of the footwork for you, and have narrowed it down to some of the best tasting soups, and even better, they are all made by local restaurants! Grab your comfiest sweater, and get your soup on tonight!
In our taste off kit, we put 6 different soups from 6 different vendors to the test. We asked that everyone that participated rate each soup based on taste, texture, and appearance, and we have definitely found a winner! The taste test looked like this on the placemat.
- Blue Lemon: Tomato Bisque
- Cravings Bistro: Chicken Tortilla Soup
- Village Baker: Broccoli & Cheese Soup
- Kneaders: Italian Pasta with Turkey Sausage
- La Jolla Groves: Butternut Squash
- Six Sisters Deli: Tomato Basil
There were so many delicious flavors included in this kit, it was so hard to know which one was going to be the overall winner. The good news is that we didn’t have to choose! The people have spoken, and the winner of the title of Best Soup in Utah is… Cravings Bistro! Their chicken tortilla soup won over the hearts and more importantly, the stomachs of everyone that participated in our taste off. Congratulations! If you happen to be around Pleasant Grove, you should be sure to stop in and eat there. Their grilled cheese sandwiches and are the perfect thing to pair with their (literal) award winning soup.
If you missed out on this kit, you can sign up for our upcoming kits! Every week, we put different foods to the test. You will be sure to find new favorites for sure! Make sure to sign up for our email list so that you never miss out, and go ahead and follow us on Instagram to keep up with the latest and greatest! We are constantly doing giveaways and features over there, and we know you’ll love it.
While we are talking about comfort foods, you should also know that we did a kit that tested the best mac & cheese in Utah. You should definitely go check out that post as well.