{For the Freezer Friday} Chicken Soup

I don’t know about you, but we love soup in the winter time. Me… I love it anytime, any day, any season. 😀

Whenever I make soup, I like to make a couple of bags for the freezer, too. Like the last time I made chicken soup.

Chicken Soup Bowl

 

If I’ve already got all the stuff out to chop, might as well keep chopping.

Here’s what I added…

Carrots

Celery

Onion

2 cups chicken broth

1-2 large chicken breasts

1/2 tsp pepper

1/2 tsp salt

1 T Adobo Seasoning (this is our favorite seasoning)

Mix it all together and freeze. When it comes time to cook the soup, simply defrost in the fridge and dump into your crockpot with another 4-6 cups of chicken broth. Feel free to add some frozen mixed veggies, or mushrooms, or whatever you like to add to your soup. You’ll be glad to have the base to pull out of the freezer. 🙂

Two chicken Soup mixes for the freezer.
Two chicken Soup mixes for the freezer.

Here are some more soups that would freeze well…

Stuffed Pepper Soup

Vegetable Fajita Soup (Add meat if you’d like.)

Ham and Cannellini Bean Soup (Do not freeze the kale.  Add towards the end of cooking time.)

and Tortellini Soup, just to name a few (Again, don’t freezer the spinach.)

All of these recipes use Wildtree ingredients, which you can get at a discounted price if you’d like. There’s no obligation to sell the products at all. You can simply enjoy the discount and all the goodies that come in your kit. If you want to know more, just fill out this form and I can answer your questions.

Thank you so much for stopping by, and God bless!

Antoinette

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