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    Hearty Chicken Soup Mix in a Jar


    Source of Recipe


    The Family.com web site - this item is by Sandy Riggs

    Recipe Introduction


    I found this great web site that has crafts and gift ideas

    Recipe Link: http://www.thefamily.com/recipes/chickensoupjar.html

    Hearty Chicken Soup Mix in a Jar
    by Sandy Riggs

    Materials Needed:
    1 quart wide mouth canning jar
    funnel with a two inch wide neck opening (for adding ingredients to jar)
    1 small ziplock (snack size) bag for each jar
    clear wide tape (to attach cooking instructions)

    If you decorate jar, you will need: (Directions for decorating jars at END)

    12 inch length of raffia or ribbon to decorate jar (tie around top of jar under lid)
    12 inch square piece of material to decorate top of jar lid: measure and trace around top of lid and cut material to fit, glue material to lid with hot glue
    hot glue
    glue gun
    scissors or pinking shears
    pen or pencil
    handful of polyfill/cotton batting

    Ingredients:

    1/3 cup chicken bouillon granules
    1/4 cup dehydrated onion flakes
    1/2 cup uncooked shell macaroni or other small pasta
    1/2 cup uncooked spinach pasta, broken into small pieces
    1TBS garlic powder, 2 tsp. salt, 1 tsp. black pepper, 1 tsp. dried oregano (mix these together and place them in a small zip lock plastic snack bag to add to top of layers)
    2/3 cup uncooked barley
    1/3 cup uncooked long grain white rice (not the quick cook kind!)

    Directions:

    Using the funnel layer ingredients in the order given: bouillon, onion flakes, small pasta, barley, small pieces of spinach noodles, rice, to fill jar.

    Attach tag with cooking instructions: Print out the image below, cut out and tape to front of jar.


    graphic & gift jar tag copyright 2000 Sandy Riggs

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    Cookie Jar Recipe
    Makes a great gift!

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    Materials Needed:
    quart size canning jars with lids
    fabric, 10 inches by 10 inches should be sufficient for each jar
    ribbon
    pinking shears or scissors
    Hot glue gun (I use the low temperature glue gun), and low temp. glue sticks
    (TIP: You can also use tacky glue, a craft glue you can find in the craft section of any large department store)
    handful of polyfill (for padding top of jar lid...in a pinch use cotton balls stretched out evenly over lid center piece)
    Paper
    wide clear tape (the kind for shipping packages is good!)

    Recipe and ingredients for recipe

    Directions:
    Thoroughly wash and dry the jar and lid. Find your favorite cookie recipe and gather your ingredients. Fill the jar in layers with dry ingredients of recipe.

    On paper, type or hand print recipe for cookies. Adhere recipe to jar with the wide clear tape. The wide clear tape is great for protecting the paper from getting smudged and smeared. Glue a little polyfill to the center round of the jar lid and cover polyfill with fabric which has been cut into a circle measured to fit top of canning jar.(TIP: Trace around the top of jar and then add about an inch diameter all around if you are padding lid with polyfill). The fabric should fit over the the center part of the lid and hang down around the top outside of the canning jar.
    Screw the lid on over the fabric covered lid with remaining fabric hanging down. Tie ribbon around the top outside of jar just around the lid for decoration. If you'd like, dab spots of tacky glue around the lid to secure the ribbon to outside rim of lid. Add a little note that says: "Something sweet for a sweet friend". This is a nice homemade gift that any cookie lover will appreciate.


 

 

 


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