Did you know Chick-fil-A serves soup?!
I didn't know until recently while searching their menu for something my daughter could easily eat since she just got braces. We ordered her some Chicken Tortilla Soup and she absolutely loved it. My daughter is 9 and is big time into crafts and upcycling everyday items so she was excited to upcycle her cute soup container from Chick-fil-A. My local Chick-fil-A actually had 2 different soups to offer so you could get either one for this upcycling project.
Our hearty chicken tortilla soup features shredded boneless breast of chicken, navy, northern, and black beans in a white creamy base with a perfect blend of vegetables and spices to heat up your dining experience. Topped off with seasoned corn tortilla strips. Seasonal item only.
Shredded Chick-fil-A® chicken breast, chopped carrots and celery with egg noodles in a hearty broth. Served with Saltine crackers. (Served only as a seasonal item at many Chick-fil-A Mall Restaurants.)
DIY Upcycled Piggy Bank for Kids from Chick-fil-A Soup Containers!
My daughter quickly got the idea to upcycle her soup container into a piggy bank to save money for her next trip to the toy store. And like most little girls would she chose a pretty pink paint to paint her bank. We then cut a slit in the top large enough to insert all size coins as well as dollar bills and used some glitter glue to fancy up the lid a bit.
The finished project turned out pretty well!
As a mom of 4 I love upcycling because it turns something that would normally be tossed out into something useful and also turns it into something special that kids will cherish. Another great thing about upcycling is it keeps kiddos busy creating as well as helps up to spend some real quality time together. My daughter has already begun using her new bank and has it proudly displayed on her dresser.
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