Pioneer Soup Mix in a Jar – Make Your Own Mixes
Are you ready to add a sprinkle of homemade love to your pantry? Let’s dive into the charming world of making your own soup mixes with this delightful “Pioneer Soup Mix in a Jar” recipe. Imagine a cozy evening with a warm, hearty bowl of soup that you crafted right from your kitchen – sounds perfect, right?
This soup mix is not only a fun and easy DIY project but also a wonderful way to enjoy a nutritious, homemade meal. Packed with wholesome ingredients like barley, lentils, and a variety of pastas, it’s a versatile mix that can be tailored to anyone’s taste. Plus, it’s a fantastic way to bring a little homemade comfort into your daily routine.
You can also swap the beans with other types as well!
2 tbsp dried minced onion
2 tbsp dried parsley flakes
2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp lemon pepper seasoning
2 tbsp (or two packets) dry beef bouillon
1/2 cup quick cook barley
1/2 cup dried split peas
1/2 cup regular rice (white or brown)
1/2 cup dry lentils
1/2 cup alphabet pasta, uncooked
1 cup vegetable rotini, uncooked
In a 1 quart jar with lid, layer barley, split peas, rice, lentils and both types of pasta. Press down as you add each layer.
In a small ziploc bag, combine minced onion, parsley, salt, lemon pepper seasoning and beef bouillon. Place ziploc bag of seasoning on top of pasta. Seal jar.
Attach the following recipe and instructions to the jar:
Gift Note: A Jar of Heartwarming Wishes!
To a Special Someone,
With every spoonful of this Pioneer Soup, may your home be filled with warmth, your heart with joy, and your meals with laughter. This jar isn’t just filled with ingredients; it’s packed with love and the simple pleasures of a homemade meal.
Just add your favorite veggies, simmer, and enjoy the magic. Here’s to cozy nights and delicious bites!
Pioneer Soup in a Jar
3 quarts water
2 stalks chopped celery,
2 sliced carrots
1 cup shredded cabbage
2 cups diced tomatoes
Open jar and remove seasoning. Next, remove pasta, setting aside for later. Then, in a stock pot, add 3 quarts of water, the remaining contents of jar, the seasoning mix, and the vegetables. Cover stock pot, and simmer for one hour or until vegetables are all tender. Add pasta during the final fifteen minutes of simmering.