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October 6, 2014


Frontier Soups

by Anne Paddock

Now is the perfect time to make a big batch of soup but who wants to spend the afternoon searching cookbooks for the right recipe, shopping for the ingredients, chopping vegetables, and figuring out the right spice combination to make a flavorful pot of homemade soup? Frontier Soups offers an easy, healthy and delicious way to enjoy homemade hearty soups, chowders, and chills.

Made of dehydrated vegetables (non-GMO), dried beans, peas, and legumes, herbs and spices, Frontier Soups has no added salt, msg, preservatives, artificial flavors, or colors – just plain wholesome ingredients that can be combined with fresh vegetables, meat, poultry, water, broth, milk, or any non-dairy milk to make the ultimate comfort food on a crisp cool evening.

Frontier SoupsFrontier Soups makes 38 varieties of soups, gumbos, chowders, chills, stews and goulash – most named for regions of America. 29 of the varieties are soups:

  1. Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup
  2. Carolina Springtime Asparagus Lemon Soup
  3. Chicago Bistro French Onion Soup
  4. Colorado Campfire Chicken Soup
  5. Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup
  6. Holiday Gathering Sausage and Bean Soup
  7. Idaho Outpost Potato Leek Soup
  8. Indiana Harvest Sausage Lentil Soup
  9. Little Italy Wedding Soup
  10. Little Schoolhouse Alphabet Soup
  11. Louisiana Red Bean Gumbo
  12. Minnesota Heartland 11-Bean Soup
  13. Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil Soup
  14. Nebraska Barnraising Split Pea Soup
  15. New Mexico Mesa Spicy Fiesta Soup
  16. New Orleans Jambalaya Soup
  17. New York Corner Cafe Minestrone Soup
  18. Ohio Valley Vegetable Soup
  19. Oregon Lakes Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup
  20. Pacific Northwest Squash and Lentil Soup
  21. Pennsylvania Woodlands Mushroom Barley Soup
  22. San Francisco Thai Golden Peanut Soup
  23. South of the Border Tortilla Soup
  24. Texas Wrangler Black Bean Soup
  25. Vermont Farmhouse Apple Sausage and Bean Soup
  26. Virginia Blue Ridge Broccoli Cheddar Soup
  27. Washington State Squash and Lentil Soup
  28. West Coast Kale and Quinoa Vegetable Soup
  29. Wisconsin Lakeshore Wild Rice Soup

There are four (4) varieties of chili:

  1. California Gold Rush White Bean Chili
  2. Michigan Ski Country Chili
  3. Midwest Weekend Cincinnati Chili
  4. Montana High Plains Wheat Berry Chili

Frontier Soups makes two (2) types of chowder:

  1. Florida Sunshine Red Pepper Corn Chowder
  2. Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder

There are two (2) types of stew and one (1) goulash:

  1. Colorado Campfire Chicken Stew
  2. Dakota Territory Beef Barley Bean Stew
  3. Wyoming Fireside Beef Goulash

Each Frontier Soup packet is clear allowing customers to see the ingredients. On the back of the packet is a list of the ingredients (impressive), the nutritional information (also impressive), and the recipe. Although the recipes call for specific ingredients including chicken, cream, milk, broth, and vegetables, I have successfully substituted other ingredients (almond milk for cream or milk or extra vegetables instead of meat, low sodium vegetable broth for chicken or beef broth) to create a stove top soup in less than 30 minutes for 4-6 people.

After I made the Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder, my husband put his spoon down, told me how delicious and flavorful the soup was and then suggested I can and sell the soup so I told him that Frontier Soups already figured that one out and it doesn’t come in a can but in a clear packet where all I had to add was vegetable broth, potatoes, corn, and soups

Frontier Soup packets sell for $5 – $7 per packet, depending on the retailer. Use the company locator service ( to find a nearby store or order on-line directly from the company ($5 flat rate shipping on all orders of $35 or more at, or through,, or

  1. Feb 17 2016

    Hi Judy: In the story (towards the end), there is a link for you to click on and use the company locator to find the mixes near you. Or, you can click on the links and purchase the soups on-line.

  2. Judy M Davis
    Feb 17 2016

    I live in North Aurora, Illinois. Can you give me some stores that carry your Frontier Soups in this area. I am close to Batavia and Geneva, Illinois as well. Thank you.

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