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Mason Jar Recipes: 34 Holiday Ideas for Gifts in a Jar
By: The Editors of RecipeLion.com
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Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat…but your wallet isn’t. What better way to save some money this holiday season than giving heartfelt, homemade gifts? Gifts in a jar are fun to create, and you can get the whole family involved. The kids can help make gift jar recipes for yummy foods like chocolate cakes and soup mixes, and they can help you husbands out there to craft bath and body scrub jars for your wives…hint, hint!
In a joint project with our sister site, FaveCrafts.com, we have compiled all our favorite gift jar recipes into one handy eBook for you, our valued reader. Mason Jar Recipes: 34 Holiday Ideas for Gifts in a Jar has 77 pages of wonderful gift jar recipes, so whether you’re looking for delicious food recipes to give (or eat!) or fun craft projects to make, we’ve got it all.
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Included in this 77-page eCookbook:
M&M Cookie Mix in a Jar — M&Ms make everyone happy, right? Why not go one better and use them in this fun-to-craft, fun-to-give cookie recipe in a jar? It's fun to layer the ingredients in the jar, and your gift recipient will have fun baking the cookies. (page 12)
Hearty Soup Mix in a Jar — Can't quite decide on the perfect holiday gift for your favorite gourmand? Make this lovely gift in a jar, and you not only have a pretty present to give, but a delicious one as well! (page 21)
Snowman Cookie Jar — Snowmen scream winter and Christmas. This is a great gift or decorating idea to have up all winter long. (page 52)
Mosaic Bath Jars for Mom — Mosaic bath jars filled with homemade bath salts make great gifts for moms this Mother's Day. She can relax in the bath with a reminder of your love. Use the recipe below for bath salts or read many more bath salt recipes. (page 42)
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