Recently, I tried the Chick-fil-A Chicken Tortilla Soup. I’m pretty picky when it comes to tortilla soup. I like a lot of chicken in my soup and holy smokes Chick-fil-A wasn’t kidding around! This soup is delicious and hearty. I ordered the small wondering if I would still be hungry but it was really satisfying.
Just in case I was mistaken, I went back and ordered another. You never know, right? I could have gotten a soup from a “good batch?”
Nope, the soup was jam packed with chicken and so so yummy.
Because I’m lucky enough to be a part of the 2016-2017 Chick-fil-A Mom Panel, we were given an upcycle challenge to reuse the soup containers.
Well, I love a good challenge, so I thought about it. I sat at my desk.
As I repeatedly went in and out of my desk drawer looking for business cards or credit cards, it occurred to me that I was disorganized.
It only took me 46 years to figure that out!
Anyhow, this was a perfect opportunity to separate my business cards and my credit cards, old drivers’ licenses (I don’t know why I’m still hanging on to them), yogurt cards, coffee cards, gift cards….the list goes on. They are not in my wallet because these cards are needed maybe once every other month. But they need to be accessible. So there you have it. I used my empty soup containers to separate and store them.
We love Chick-fil-A and spend a lot of time there. We are so lucky it is within walking distance from our house! It’s always a good choice for us and the service is amazing.
Now that I know that the soup containers are reusable and dishwasher safe, it will give me an excuse to keep getting Tortilla Soup so I can organize more things in my house! Plus, the Tortilla Soup is yummy! It’s got a kick that will keep my little one’s away from it so I don’t have to worry about sneaking it!