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Hello friends! With it being winter time and ‘sick season,’ I thought I would share the Sick Kit that I put together to give to friends or family members who are ill. It’s never fun or a good time to be sick, but it’s always a good time for a surprise gift basket on your doorstep… especially when you’re sick!
This Sick Kit is perfect for someone who is under the weather, filled with all the sick day necessities! I’m going to show you how with a quick run into Kroger, you’ll find trusted products that will have your friend or family member feeling back on their feet in no time!
Here’s what you will need to put a Sick Kit together…
- Cute basket or crate
- Campbell’s® Chicken Noodle 4 Count 4 Pack
- Lipton Daily Support Herbal Supplement with Green Tea
- Original Premium Saltine Crackers
- ExpressMax Severe Cold & Flu Caplets
- TYLENOL® Cold + Flu Severe Day/Night
- Jar of homemade Chocolate Peanut Clusters
- Sick Kit printable tag and twine to tie it on
Why do all of these components make the perfect Sick Kit? I’m so glad you asked, friend!
A cute basket or crate will make packaging up your Sick Kit so much easier.
Campbell’s® soups are a staple in our home when we are sick. For generations moms have turned to Campbell’s® Condensed Soup to soothe and comfort. It warms you up when you need it the most!
Lipton’s new wellness range of herbal supplements are boosted with botanicals and are carefully blended with essential oils known for their wellness benefits.
Nabisco PREMIUM is the #1 saltine cracker and pairs perfectly with Campbell’s® soups… they were practically made for each other, am I right?
When I need powerful relief but without the prescription, Theraflu is my best friend.
TYLENOL® is the #1 doctor recommended pain relief brand and the Day Night pack comes in convenient caplets to relieve painful cold and flu symptoms like coughing, congestion, and sore throat both day and night. (Remember to use only as directed.)
And lastly, sometimes you just need a quick, chocolatey pick-me-up when you’re sick, so these Chocolate Peanut Clusters are the perfect solution! A chocolatey crunch that you can pop right in your mouth. I like to package them up in a jar to give out as gifts.
I thought I’d share the easy recipe for these Chocolate Peanut Clusters with you too so that you can make them for your Sick Kit! You’ll need chocolate melts and peanuts for this recipe… that’s it! Melt your chocolate down and add peanuts to it. There’s really no specific measurements… I usually eyeball it until I feel like there’s a good chocolate to peanut ratio. Stir well and then put spoonfuls onto a Silpat or parchment paper. Let cool in the refrigerator for 20-30 minutes. Package in a glass jar when cooled! Easy and delicious.
After you purchase all of your supplies at your local Kroger store and make the Chocolate Peanut Clusters, arrange them all in the crate or basket, print out the Sick Kit tags, and attach it to the crate with a piece of twine. It’s ready to surprise your sick friend with and make her/his day a little brighter! And if you want to save a bit of money, be sure to grab your digital coupons.
What do you do to kick your cold’s butt and get back to yourself again? I’d love to hear your tips and tricks too!
Campbell’s® – © 2018 CSC LP Lipton – © 2018 Unilever Theraflu – Read and follow label directions. Theraflu is for use in adults 12 years and older. Use products only as directed. TYLENOL® – ® Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. 2017. Use products only as directed. The makers of TYLENOL® remind you to use only one medicine with acetaminophen at a time.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent disease. (Lipton)
*Serving Suggestion (Premium crackers)