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Full list of gluten-free Progresso soup! Yum!!! (Updated Fall 2016)

This is the current list of gluten-free Progresso soup, complete with over 25 different varieties!

Although I love making homemade soup like our smooth roasted butternut squash flavor or the crowd favorite, bacon, beef & tomato pasta soup, I don’t always have the time. That’s why I love having gluten-free Progresso soups on hand. They make a delicious and easy meal that’s tasty enough for the whole family. The variety is so diverse. You can enjoy a spicy chicken cheese enchilada flavor one day, then homestyle¬†chicken tuscany the next.

I am a huge fan of semi-homemade meals as well. These soups are a great starter for a potato bar or maybe even a soup bar complete with gluten-free crackers and bread. You could even hollow out some sugar pie pumpkins during the fall and fill them with warm beef pot roast soup. Your guests would love the presentation and the taste! We use the creamy mushroom all the time in dishes like grandma’s famous tater tot casserole, chicken cream cheese enchiladas¬†&¬†Chinese noodle casserole. It’s a great alternative to traditional cream of mushroom soup.
Here is the current list of all the gluten-free Progresso soups offered. So tasty and an easy gluten-free meal! Here is the current list of all the gluten-free Progresso soups offered. So tasty and an easy gluten-free meal! Here is the current list of all the gluten-free Progresso soups offered. So tasty and an easy gluten-free meal!

Whether you are a home cook, a semi-homemade cook, gluten-free Progresso soup is a fantastic option. Eat it as is or jazz it up with additional toppings. Some that we love are fresh grated cheese, sliced veggies or gluten-free tortilla chips. In addition to toppings, you could also do add more to soups that you feel need a bit more. Add the creamy chicken and wild rice to corn tortillas, roll them and lay them in a baking dish topped with cheese. Simply bake and enjoy creamy enchiladas in a flash.

No matter how you serve or eat it, the flavor and ease in preparation will have you going back for more!

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  1. Marjorie Harris Marjorie Harris

    I am looking forward to the list of gluten free soups. I have been gluten free for 5 yrs. and the only soups I can eat are the chicken and rice . It will be nice to have a variety.

    • Drema Drema

      Make sure you look at the ingridients….they list modified food starch but don’t define what starch they use…..I stopped eating them until General Mills defines the starch….ingredient

      • Donna Donna

        Was looking forward to Progresso’s gluten-free soups until I read “soybean oil”. Soy is something else I have to avoid and which starch is modified?

        Will have to keep looking for g-free soups and continue making my own. *sighs*

      • Lavone Lavone

        I have had to be gluten-free for the last 9 yrs. When I saw the gluten-free claim on their soups
        I was overjoyed, but when I read the ingredient “modified food starch” I contacted General Mills and asked them to define the “food starch”….The reply they gave me was if there was wheat
        in it , it would say so on the label……That was a ridiculous statement…..I tried three or four times to get an intelligent response from Progresso (General Mills). For them to put gluten free on their soup labels is just duping the consumer……Those soups should be taken out of stores until they fix the issue…

    • abby abby

      this link has been removed :-(

  2. Janet Janet

    I am trying to find out if you make any gluten free soup besides Chicken and Rice. If there aren’t any others why not.
    Thank you for your time

    • Chandice Chandice

      They do have more however, there doesn’t seem to be a link on their site anymore. I would suggest emailing them for the full list.

  3. Cheryl Cheryl

    It has almost been three years since this posted and just to let you know, General Mills still is just listing Modified Food Starch. I got slightly excited reading this and went to their site only to find Modified Food Starch listed without the callout of what it is derived from. They stay on the NO EAT list. Bummer dude!

  4. Bill Bill

    Why doesn’t Progresso add/print the “Gluten Free” on all these variety of soups. Very POOR Marketing, especially if this started in January of 2016. I only find a few of the listed soups on the 9 large supermarket chains in my region, that have that printed on the label. As a consumer, I don’t want to have to read EVERY label to find it’s Gluten Free. Most stores mix the SAME VARIETY of soup with and without the Gluten free labels,

    • Chandice Chandice

      Hey Bill, I couldn’t agree more. In Brazil when we traveled there, everything said contains gluten or contains no gluten. I loved it! Hopefully we will catch up here soon…

  5. Stephanie Corley Stephanie Corley

    Careful! They just redesigned the recipes and my favorite, the Chicken Cheese Enchilada shown near the bottom of the list, is no longer gluten free. I don’t know what other ones were changed!

    • Chandice Chandice

      According to the Progresso website ( these 26 are all still gluten-free. Just scroll down to where it says gluten-free and you will see it. Thanks :)

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