Thursday, June 09, 2011

Father’s Day Gift Guide: Spoonful of Comfort Chicken Soup!

I love this idea for a unique gift for an out-of-town dad for Father’s Day: homemade chicken soup! What’s even better about this idea is that YOU don’t have to make it because Spoonful of Comfort makes amazing old-fashioned chicken soup that can be shipped fresh to Dad or Granddad! Their soup is made with all-natural ingredients: chicken stock, chicken, pasta noodles, carrots, celery, onion, parsley, salt and pepper. There are no additives or preservatives. It’s bottled in a 64-ounce glass jar and sent cold to your recipient. Just heat and eat! (You can also refrigerate and eat within 2-3 days.)

I had the pleasure of trying Spoonful of Comfort’s chicken soup, and it really was homemade. It was so much better than those canned soups from the store that are packed with preservatives. In short, it was delicious! It arrived in a cold package like this:

It was also accompanied by yummy rolls and chocolate chip cookies! When I opened up the package, I found an adorable jar of soup wrapped up with a ribbon.

All I had to do was pour the soup into a pan and heat!

The result? A scrumptious homemade meal. The soup was packed full of noodles, chicken, and carrots. They definitely didn’t skimp on ingredients. You can even add a personalized note with your order.

Even better, Spoonful of Comfort has put together a special Father’s Day gift set, which comes with their special chicken soup, rolls, cookies, and a Kiss the Cook “man” apron! Here’s what it looks like:

Father’s Day is almost here! Hurry over to and order a wonderful Father’s Day soup package for a special man in your life! You can also place your order by phone at 877-404-7678.

Order before July 15, 2011 and save $10 on a purchase of $40 or more! Just use code GIFT10.

DISCLOSURE: Thank you to Spoonful of Comfort for providing this product for review. I was not compensated for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.


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