Actually, found the answer. Add a little water at first and mix till the soup makes a paste. I think I add about half the amount of water. Once that is smooth , add the remaining water. It turned quite good. Added some White Cheddar Soy Chips and it was a good meal.
I've definitely found the cream soups a challenge! I'd try using just a little boiling water (I have an insta-hot dispenser on my sink) and see if you can make a paste, then increase the water as you mix like heck.
I know hot things should go in blenders, but if you have a Magic Bullet or other small blender, that might help. Or perhaps an immersion blender. I'll have to try all of these too, as I've got several boxes of cream soups that have been pushed to the back of my pantry!
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I am a vegetarian. I like soups however I can't get the Medifast Cream of Tomato or the Cream of Broccoli soups to not be lumpy. I have tried just using boiling water, cooking it in a pot. Anybody have any suggestions on how to get the soups smooth.
I did make a combo of Veggie Sloppy Joe and Tomato Soup. It was OK. Still working on the right amount of water.
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