Chicken noodle soup is prepared using some form of chicken and noodles as core ingredients. The noodles are added at a later stage in the preparations. The calories in the chicken soup though same on an average may differ depending on the ingredients and process of preparation.
The roasted chicken noodle soup by Subway is given a C+ grade. The total calories in this soup are said to be about 90, with 18 of them coming from the fats. The total fat content in one serving i.e. 1 bowl or 310.0g of the soup is 2.0g with 0.5 of it being saturated fat. The cholesterol count in the soup is 20mg, sodium is 1130mg and protein is 6.0 g. The total carbohydrate count is 12.0g with 1.0g of it being dietary fibres and 2.0g being sugars. The high amount of sodium acts as a negative point while high amount of vitamin A acts as a positive point.
Chicken Out Rotisserie’s chicken noodle soup has a total of 211 calories with 54 of it being from fat. The fat content in the 13 oz or 364.0 g of the soup is 6.0g, with 2.0g of it being saturated fat. The cholesterol count is 80mg, sodium is 396mg, and protein is 30.0 g. The total count of carbohydrates is 9.0g with 1.0g of it being dietary fibres and 3.0g being sugars.
The classic chicken soup by Campbell’s is given a C grade with total calories being 110. The calories from fat in 1 cup or 216.0g of the soup are 27. The total fat count in the soup is 3.0g with 1.1g of it being saturated fat. The cholesterol count is 20mg, sodium count is 790mg and protein is 6.9 g. The total carbohydrates are 14.0g with 1.9 of them being dietary fibres and 1.9g being sugars. The good and bad points are high vitamin A and high sodium respectively.