If you follow our Facebook page you may have seen a Facebook live I did today about Meal-in-a-Jars. I’m really loving this concept lately and so are a lot of people in our Group. If you didn’t see it here is the video. I’d highly recommend joining our group too as there are some great discussions happening over there daily.
And here is the promised recipe for the Chicken Tortellini Soup, modified from a similar recipe we posted over at Food Storage Made Easy.
Chicken Tortellini Soup Meal-in-a-Jar
Add ingredients to jar in order listed (or reverse order if you want to add extra meat and veggies)
3 T. Thrive chicken bouillon
1/2 tsp. celery seed
1/2 tsp. Thrive basil
1/2 tsp. garlic salt
1 tsp. salt
Sprinkle of red pepper flakes (optional)
1/4 c. freeze-dried Thrive chopped onions (can also used sliced or dehydrated)
1/2 c. Thrive freeze-dried celery (can also use dehydrated)
1 c. Thrive freeze-dried grilled chicken (can also use chopped or sliced)
7 oz package of DaVinci Tortellini (or any other shelf stable brand)
Bring 9 cups of water to a boil. Add contents of jar and cook until tortellinis are soft.
Foodsaver and Jar Attachments: You can get any foodsaver model that has an accessory port. Make sure to get the size of jar attachment that matches your jars (i.e. regular vs wide-mouth)
#10 Can Jar Lid: Use these to store multiple meals in ziplock bags sealed into a #10 can
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Thrive Sale Link: See prices on all items which will be valid April 19th
Thrive Meal-in-a-Jar eCookbook: 6 more yummy jar meals you can make, only $3 on Amazon
- Jodi Weiss Schroeder
Carrie Weatherbee says
Do you have your cute printouts that you use on your meal-in-a-jar? I tried to find them, but couldn’t locate them on your blog if you already shared. Thank you! Carrie