Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Non-Crafty Upcycling Challenge Chick-fil-A soup bowls #chickfilamomsDIY



As a member of the Chick-fil-A mom panel, I belong to a great group of mommies that works hand and hand with Chick-fil-A. At times we are asked to get crafty. While I might not be the crafty mom on the blog I do love to upcycle.


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.

up·cy·cle -
ˈəpˌsīkəl/
verb
reuse (discarded objects or material) in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality or value than the original.
"the opportunity to upcycle trash, or turn it into new products, was vast"


We were recently asked to participate in the upcycling challenge Chick-fil-A soup bowls. While there are endless possibilities on how to reuse these bowls, here are a few that I have personally used.  

I really enjoy reusing them in my children's lunchboxes. It's so much better than using bags. The treats I put in them don't get crushed or damaged. Plus I am saving one on bags.

Place one on top of your dryer for the spare change you find in the washer. This used to work well for me, then my kids got hip to get and it never feels up with change anymore.


We have 2 tiny doggies that pretty much travel everywhere with us. These bowls make it easy to transport food and water without the mess.