This post has been sponsored by Kroger. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The head cold is real. It hit my family with a vengeance this year. Everyone in my house caught it and we were all miserable. The problem with an entire household getting sick is that no one is able to be the caretaker yet somehow, groceries still have to get purchased, laundry still has to be done, and everyone keeps asking me for my chicken noodle soup.Situations like these call for ClickList, a curbside service at Kroger stores where you can shop for groceries online and have them delivered to your car. During our summer sickness soiree, I was able to grocery shop from my crowded couch for quality chicken, noodles, and veggies that I needed for my soup recipe. When it came time to pick them up, I drove to the store in my pajamas and the nice Kroger employee didn’t even do a double take when he saw me at the curb. He loaded the groceries into my car, gave me a quick smile, and then I was on my way. It was perfect!
Thanks to Kroger and the healing powers of my chicken noodle soup, we did overcome our sniffles, coughs, and sneezes. Eventually, summer came to an end but my relationship with ClickList continues on. I use the service often because toting small children around the grocery store is hard work. While my family is still growing, online grocery shopping just makes sense, y’all.
Want to see how easy and convenient it is to shop with ClickList? I made a little video of a recent purchase experience. By the way, I am not wearing my pajamas this time.
I can’t even begin to tell you the number of times in the past that I have told my husband about how valuable a curbside grocery service would be to me. I was thrilled when I learned about ClickList! Being able to shop online for over 70,000 high quality grocery items is amazing. I simply couldn’t pass up an opportunity to talk about ClickList and to share my Chicken Noodle Soup recipe with you. They’re both winners!
Rustic Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe
Chicken noodle soup really is good for the soul, and the common cold. Take the time to boil the chicken yourself if you can. I believe that the healing properties of this soup are found in the bones and you definitely want to extract that goodness into your broth. What a beautiful, heartwarming, and comforting meal to enjoy all year round!