- 1/2 cup Rice
- 3/4 cup Split Peas
- 1/4 cup Barley
- 1 cup Red Beans
- 1/2 cup Lentils
- 1/3 cup Beef Bouillon
- 1/4 cup Chopped Onion
- 2 TBS Italian Seasoning
- 1/3 cup Pasta
- Place the funnel in jar and layer the dry ingredients in the order listed.
- Print the “Merry Minestrone” and instruction tags and cut out or punch using a 2.5-inch circle punch.
- Place the metal sealing disk on the jar then top with the tags and secure both in place with the metal ring.
- Tie on a big, red bow, and you’re ready to give.
Hello! It’s Aimée and Bettijo from Paging Supermom, and we are so excited to share with you this fabulous neighbor gift idea. We definitely love all the delicious holiday goodies (especially these wreath cookies things or this orange butter), but with sweet treats a plenty, how super would it be to bring a healthy and delicious dinner to all your friends?
Our festive Merry Minestrone Christmas Soup in a Jar recipe includes all the makings (except water) of a scrumptious soup. Taking care of dinner will probably be the best gift ever for all those holiday-crazed mom’s on your gift list!
Here is what you need to make one jar… but don’t just make one! These are so easy to make in mass that we suggest buying a case of 12 jars and fill them all. We promise you won’t be sorry to have an extra gift on hand.
MERRY MINESTRONE SOUP IN A JAR RECIPE
1 quart mason jar with sealing lid and metal ring
Free Merry Minestrone Soup Tags Template
1/2 cup Rice
3/4 cup Split Peas
1/4 cup Barley
1 cup Red Beans
1/2 cup Lentils
1/3 cup Beef Bouillon
1/4 cup Chopped Onion
2 TBS Italian Seasoning
1/3 cup Pasta
TO MAKE: Place the funnel in jar and layer the dry ingredients in the order listed. Print the “Merry Minestrone” and instruction tags and cut out or punch using a 2.5-inch circle punch. Place the metal sealing disk on the jar then top with the tags and secure both in place with the metal ring. Tie on a big, red bow, and you’re ready to give. :: Download the Free Merry Minestrone Soup Tags Template
Ta-da! You’ve just created a Supermom Moment! Want more? We have loads of other fun Christmas ideas and free printables on our blog at PagingSupermom.com.
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Thanks Aimée and Bettijo!! They ARE supermoms!! As you can tell, they have lots of amazing ideas on their blog, Paging Supermom. Here are a couple of other fun projects of theirs:
This Memory Match Garland is such a smart idea! This free printable garland is a cute way to decorate AND a fun game to play with the kiddos!
These Easy Faux Chalkboard Gift Tags are so smart! I love how simple and cute they are!
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I love this! Thanks for the inspiration.
I’m curious about the chopped onion as well. Is this onion powder in the picture or is it dried chopped onion? Surely its not fresh right?
Is it supposed to be DRIED chopped onion or can you just put onion in with all of the dry ingredients? I am definitely doing this so I wanted to make sure! 🙂 thanks!
Deana McCool says
This is a keeper! I can’t wait to make these for our neighbor gifts. My girls will have fun filling the jars!
This sounds great! Only, I think I would switch the beef bouillon for vegetable bouillon if this was a neighbor or teacher gift. You never know if someone is vegetarian/vegan or just doesn’t eat beef.
Great idea. I will be making up a few of these. Thanks for sharing.
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This is such a cute idea! Would work great for teacher gifts too.