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With the cooler weather also comes cold and flu season. This time of year the germs just pass from one family member to the next. While it is hard on the family for the kids to get sick, it’s never good if mom gets a cold or flu. I know I don’t get to take the day off to take care of myself, I can’t call in for a sick day. Caregivers don’t get a break but you can get them prepared with this fun get well basket filled with our homemade chicken soup Mix in a Jar Gift. Just knowing someone is thinking of you will help you feel better.
Chicken soup is always something I crave when I am down with a cold. Having an arsenal of this Chicken soup mix in a jar will come in handy in my own house as well as make a great gift for someone not feeling well. It will store great in your pantry.
You don’t need much to make this quick but thoughtful get well gift. Any clean glass jar, egg noodles and spices.
Measure out all of your spice ingredients, except the bay leaf.
Chicken Soup Mix in A Jar Gift
Mix them well and place them in the bottom of your glass jar.
Top the spice mixture with the cup of egg noodles. Place the bay leaf on the interior of the jar.
Print a free Chicken Noodle Mix in a Jar Recipe printable.
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