It’s soup season, and this Chicken Noodle Soup in Mason Jars with Free Printable is a way for you to bless your friends this fall and winter. Comfort food is a wonderful gift idea. The free printable I’m providing today adds another touch of thoughtfulness.
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Did you read my post entitled, “The Power of No?” If not, you might want to check it out. Part of the beauty of refraining from being overcommitted is that it allows for space when needs arise among friends or strangers.
This past week, I had two needs pop-up. A friend of mine had surgery, and another friend is doing foster care. She is currently caring for a baby who spends much of his time crying. I wanted to be able to help these friends. Making them my amazing homemade chicken noodle soup recipe and my cheddar, garlic and oregano buttermilk biscuits was part of my Solution. By the way, my husband just informed me these biscuits taste much like the biscuits found at Red Lobster. You are welcome. 😉
Chicken Noodle Soup in Mason Jars with Free Printable
This free printable is set up to print three of these tags at at time. My chicken noodle soup recipe makes so much soup that you can deliver your tasty gifts to a number of people.
I love this chicken noodle soup quote from Marge Kennedy, “Soup is a lot like family. Each ingredient enhances the others; each batch has its own characteristics; & it needs time to simmer to reach full flavor.” How true is that?!
Simply print out my Chicken Noodle Soup in Mason Jars with Free Printable. Using a paper cutter or scissors, cut out the tag. I had a cute flower hole punch and used that to punch out a hole where I could thread the twine. Wrap the twine around the top of the mason jar a few times and add the tag. It’s as simple as that.
It’s time to bless your friends with homemade chicken noodle soup that warms the soul because it was made from the heart. Go and be good to one another.
“A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.”
~ Proverbs 11:25