Mason Jar recipes are the gift that keeps giving! With countless delicious recipes to try (from decadent to healthy), they are personal and creative. Plus, as a bonus, they come with an adorable jar that can be reused for other fun crafts. In the holiday spirit, we are sharing our favorite Mason jar recipes. Grab your grocery list, because you’re going to want to give these gifts to everyone on your list.
Fill a gift with the holiday spirit, tightly packed into a Mason jar. This classic cookie recipe is perfect for all those with a sweet tooth on your holiday shopping list. Mix the dry ingredients of delectable oatmeal-raisin cookies into a festive jar to create a gift that’s worth celebrating and give to friends, family and co-workers. Handwrite or print a recipe card, and wrap ribbon around the jar for added festivity.
Recipe courtesy of The Food Network
The combination of peanut butter mixed with chocolate can only be enhanced by one thing—cookies! Deliver this delightful mix to Reece’s lovers and cookie lovers alike. A quick tip to filling your gift recipe jars—lightly tap the jar on the counter to pack for more room to make sure all the ingredients fit.
Recipe and photo courtesy of TheFrugalGirls.com
Finally, the perfect present for the dog-lover in your life. Homemade dog treats are a gift the whole family will love (especially your friend’s favorite pets). Make a batch for your new neighbors, or old friends. Just be sure to clearly label them as dog treats so there are no accidents!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Buzfeed.com
Country cuties will eat this recipe up. These delicious cookies, which include brown sugar, M&M’s and pecans, will have anyone’s mouth watering. Cowgirl Cookies even come with their own printable label and recipe. Need them for a man in your life? Don’t worry—they have Cowboy Cookie labels too! Add a little plaid fabric, a brown suede bow and viola—you have a unique gift everyone is sure to love!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Bakerella
Nothing tastes like the holidays quite like gingerbread cookies. With this simple recipe you can give the gift of homemade gingerbread cookies without even touching an oven. This portable gift is made even easier with a pre-designed recipe and label. Just pack the ingredients, print the label and create an instant present (no mall required)!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food For My Family
It’s not all cookies when it comes to Mason jar recipes; brownies are a simple treat that chocolate lovers will appreciate. Try this recipe, which includes crushed pecans, for co-workers, friends and family. As an added touch, bring a batch of the brownies with you when you give the gift, so they know just how delectable they are.
Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes.com
If you’re looking for something a little healthier, but equally as tasty, try giving granola in a Mason jar. The beauty of this recipe is that the varieties are never ending—you can tailor your gift to the receiver’s taste. Pack it with shredded coconut, dried fruits and crispy nuts and seeds, and any other tasty add-ins! Attach a recipe card (so they can make it when they run out) and feel accomplished knowing you gave a healthy and delicious gift to someone you love.
Recipe courtesy of Keeper of the Home