This topic contains 9 replies, has 10 voices, and was last updated by ajammes June 20, 2015 at 9:24 pm.

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    Sick Woman’s Salvation: 1 cup hot chicken bouillon with a dash of lemon
    pepper. 6 calories.

    Maggie’s Favorite: 1 cup hot chicken bouillon with a dash each of onion
    powder and cayenne pepper. 7 calories. I often add an unsalted, crumbled
    saltine cracker which brings the calories up to 20.

    Tangy Beef Cup: 1 cup hot beef bouillon with a dash of Worcestershire sauce. 5

    Spicy Beef Cup: 1/2 cup each beef bouillon and tomato juice with a shot of hot
    sauce. 23 calories.

    Chicken Curry: 1 cup hot chicken bouillon with a pinch of curry powder, 2
    teaspoons dry instant rice, or cooked rice, and a pinch of dry parsley. 21

    Country Compassion: 1 cup hot ham or beef bouillon, 1 teaspoon bacon bits; 1
    teaspoon mashed potato flakes and 1/2 teaspoon dry onion. 19 calories.

    French Onion: 1 cup beef bouillon, 1 teaspoon dry onion and a small pinch of
    garlic powder. 10 calories.

    French Onion Supreme: Prepare French Onion above. Crumble 1 saltine cracker
    into the soup, and add 1/2 teaspoon grated Parmesan cheese. 25 calories.

    Vegetable Beef: 1 cup hot beef bouillon poured over 1/2 cup shredded salad
    greens. The boiling broth will cook the vegetables just enough. Add a dash
    each hot pepper flakes, onion powder and garlic powder.

    A few celery leaves are
    also nice. 15 calories.

  • #430436

    Great recipes! There’s a huge list of soup mixes here on the site too – – Homemade Soup Mix Recipes | Jar Gift Mixes

    and if you want just single serving ones, they’re listed under ‘Mug Mixes” – – Mug ~ Cup Mixes

    although I don’t think the names are quite as cute as “Sick Woman’s Salvation” :rofl:

    Thanks Armymom!

  • #430447

    yw, I’ve seen the mug recipes most are like cakes and puddings.

  • #430940

    Thank you for posting this, the mixes sound perfect!!
    Like most Moms, I take care of everyone while they’re sick, but I also take care of myself when I am too…I have no doubt these mixes will come in so handy.

  • #445499

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!

    I am smiling all day long after finding this awesome easy recipe!!!!

  • #445495


    @armymomof2 203120 wrote:

    yw, I’ve seen the mug recipes most are like cakes and puddings.

    There’s actually quite a few single serve mixes for main meals as well,

    Baked Beans Mix in a Mug
    Chicken and Rice Casserole in a Mug Mix
    Hearty Ranch Potato Mix in a Mug
    Mac-n-Cheese Mix in a Mug
    Pasta Alfredo Mix in a Mug
    Potato Soup Mix in a Mug
    Sausage and Rice Casserole Mix in a Mug
    Sour Cream Chili Bake in a Mug
    Tomato Soup mix in a Mug
    Tortilla Soup Mix in a Mug
    Tortilla Soup in a Mug
    Tuna and Noodle Casserole in a Mug
    Veggie Rice Soup Mix in a Mug – – Single Serve Mug & Cup Mixes

  • #445505

    So Saving this to a text File…So gonna try all of these Thanks a Bunch

    Oh and Thanks Freebiequeen Gonna try those also:loveshower::party1:

  • #459153

    I didn’t see a “Thank You” button on this so Thanks for posting. I can really use this instead of eating junk on the run.

  • #459795

    These sound yummy! Thank you!!

  • #460829

    I don’t use bouillon cubes (allergic to an ingredient) but all of these can easily just use the broth I make and freeze all the time. Think I’ll be putting some of it up in 1 cup batches now. Some of these sound super.


  • #461598

    I really like that so many can be made with dry ingredients and then just add hot water. For a camper, hiker, or prepper this is great. Also for teachers, secretaries, or anyone who needs a quick way to get a pick me up with out taking up much space in the purse.

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