Chicken Noodle Soup

November 5, 2020 at 7:15 PM | Posted in soup | 1 Comment
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Today’s Menu: Chicken Noodle Soup

 

 

For Breakfast this morning I a bowl of All-Bran Wheat Flakes, used 2% White Milk. Had a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea afterward. 68 degrees and cloudy out today. Got the cart, rake, and leaf blower out for some outside work. I washed off the deck, driveway and shed real good. I scrubbed the deck to remove the dirt built up during the Summer. When done I took the hoses off the spigots drained both hoses and stored them in the shed for the Winter. Then turned off the valves to both spigots for the year. Cleaned up around the yard then. For Dinner tonight I prepared some Chicken Noodle Soup.

 

 

Well the commercials got me for Progresso Chicken Noodle Soup! I’ve been seeing the commercials for it quite a bit on TV and it looked so good I purchased a can the other day at Meijer. Easy to prepare just heat it in a saucepan, and done!

 

 

 

 

It has an excellent Broth, perfectly seasoned. Nice chunks of Chicken and Carrots, both are very tasty! Plus it’s only 100 calories and 12 net carbs per serving. There’s 2 servings per can or plenty for 1 serving for one hungry guy, like me tonight. Served it with a side of Kroger Wheat Saltine Crackers. I’ll be buying more cans of the Chicken Noodle Soup soon! For a Snack later a Bottle of Diet Peach Snapple, love Snapple! Stay Safe and Take Care All!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Progresso TRADITIONAL Chicken Noodle

Chicken Noodle is THE classic go-to when you want a hot bowl of comfort food – made with all white meat chicken and lots of flavor.
Contains: egg, soy, wheat

* Low Fat
* No Artificial Flavors
* No Colors From Artificial Sources
* Made with White Meat Chicken with No Antibiotics Ever
* 100 Cals per Serving

Ingredients:
Ingredients: Chicken Broth, Cooked White Chicken Meat, Carrots, Egg Noodles (Semolina Wheat, Wheat Flour, Egg*), Celery. Contains Less than 2% of: Modified Food Starch, Corn Protein (Hydrolyzed), Water, Chicken Fat, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Egg White*, Carrot Puree, Onion Powder, Sugar, Soy Protein Isolate, Sodium Phosphate, Tomato Extract, Garlic Powder, Parsley*, Chives*, Maltodextrin, Spice, Natural Flavor, Beta Carotene (Color), Flavoring.*Dried.

Directions:
Instructions: READY TO SERVE (DO NOT ADD WATER)STOVE-TOP: Heat in saucepan. MICROWAVE: Heat in covered microwavable bowl on High 2-4 min. Careful—leave in microwave 1 min; stir. Refrigerate leftovers.
https://www.progresso.com/products/traditional-chicken-noodle/

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