You can now brew Campbell's soup in a Keurig, just like mom used to make it.

You can now brew Campbell's soup in a Keurig, just like mom used to make it.
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At last, soup from a coffee machine.

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Let us know when it makes hot booze.
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No need to wait until we colonize Mars to get cool future soup, because you can make Campbell's soup with a Keurig coffee machine right now. Basically, you brew the broth with a disposable cup and then add a packet of noodles and flavor. You know, just in case you don't know how to add water to a cup and use a microwave. The chief business development and partners officer at Keurig heralded this innovation that we so desperately need:

“We are thrilled to offer consumers the ability to brew soup in their Keurig brewer, and the opportunity to use their brewer on more occasions throughout the day.”

He's right. Most days when I'm bored at work, I just stand there, staring at the Keurig machine, wondering what else it might possibly be able to brew one day. Maybe a little cup of tar and a packet of feathers to exact revenge on your boss on the day you finally decide to quit. Or chili, because a coffee machine that brewed chili would be dope. And then it hits me: SOUP. It should make soup! Here I am, leaving the office to go out for soup breaks like a sucker. I'm always paying several dollars to buy soup on my own dime from some rude barista. Not anymore! The future is now.

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