Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Spoonful of Comfort ~ product review

* I received a complimentary gift package of Spoonful of Comfort for my review. 
I have not received compensation for this post. *



I've always heard about Spoonful of Comfort. Always thought it sounded amazing. Maybe even went so far as to wish someone would send it to me. /fine - no maybe - I have!/

I've sent it to a friend before and she loved it. Said it was an incredible surprise and an amazing relief for her to have dinner for her and her husband. I was glad. And still intrigued. Would it be weird to send it to myself? 

Yay! Thanks for being you! Love, Me?

And so when the Spoonful of Comfort team contacted me about possibly reviewing their product, I was all in. Yes, please, when can I try it? 

Within no time at all I had this beautifully organized package of goodies at my door. 

First off, there's a beautiful ladle. 

Yes. A ladle can be beautiful. What of it?

Then, a HUGE jar of chicken soup. It's also pretty beautiful. But I'll come back to that. 

Included in this package were dinner rolls and oatmeal cookies. 

Come on, bread and sweets? WITH dinner? Thank you and sign me up. 



The soup was really good. 

Take a look at it. It's kind of pretty. And chock-full of vegetables and large pieces of chicken. I *may* have eaten it all by myself. *Maybe*



Look at this cookie. It's huge. And it was so good. Really good. 


These I shared. Promise. And my daughter loved them. 

What I love is that the Spoonful of Comfort online shop has a great variety of gift packages to order for your friends and family. Whether you've shipped your kids off to college and are looking to send them the comforts of home (options with cozy socks available!), or have a friend with a new baby you'd like to make dinner for but they live too far away, you'll find these packages are adjustable to meet your and your recipients' needs. 

All in all, I'm a fan. I plan on sending this off to friends in the future and think you could definitely brighten someone's day by doing so, as well. Honestly? If you're not sure who to send it to? Try it yourself. You're worth it. *wink*

* Disclaimer: I received a complimentary gift package of Spoonful of Comfort for my review. 
I have not received compensation for this post. *


4 comments:

Robyn Wright of RobynsOnlineWorld.com said...

I had never heard of this company or service before. I wish they had other soup options besides just chicken noodle. I love soup, except chicken noodle usually. Figures! Great review!

Cathy said...

I never heard of this company but wow! I heard of it now. You drew me in with the cookie, and of course every good Jewish girl loves chicken soup. I'm hooked!

Lara Neves said...

I have never heard of this company, either. What a wonderful idea! I'm always signing up to make meals for people who need them from church, but I often get too busy to do something nice enough. This would be a great alternative...how long does the shipping take?

lil_lady_dz said...

This would be a great gift for sending someone who is under the weather or someone away from home, the soup looks incredible, Great company.

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