Goodness in a Jar


You know those nasty cookie mixes in a jar? NOT THESE.
A few years ago I tested a bunch of recipes for cookie mixes. And this is the winner. And really. When the main ingredient is chunks of Reeses Cups, how could it not be the winner??

I'm not very good at packaging. As I've mentioned before. So it's a good thing these babies look awesome before you add anything.

(The little tubs in the pic are homemade lip gloss for kid friend gifts--didn't turn out so well... still experimenting on that recipe...I think we'll keep 'em around for an April fool's joke or something because they are AWFUL tasting---too much Kool-Aide mix!)

Merry Ho Ho Ho.



You want the recipe? It's not a secret. And it's not mine.
I love the part where it says DO NOT USE Diet Margarine.
What the heck is Diet Margarine? And do you have a better mix in a jar recipe...? I'm thinking about creating a hearty oatmeal pancake mix for next year...

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25 comments:

Kristina P. said...

These look and sound great, Carissa!

Joy said...

looking yummy I agree everything is better with reese's cups

Jocasta said...

YUM!

Mommyto2 said...

They look great. I want the lip gloss recipe, what fun!

Keep It Classy, Jen said...

YUM!! Thanks for the recipe!

jill jill bo bill said...

MMMMMrees'sMMMMMM

Paul and Megan Hawkes said...

What a fun gift. It look like a yummy recipe! Have a Merry Christmas.

Jenni Jiggety said...

That is a great idea and they look VERY cute!

Jaime said...

Anything reeses is bound to be good. Yum!

ParentingPink said...

I love giving these as gifts! Great job!

Hope you had a wonderful holiday! Looking forward to GNO tomorrow!

grace said...

hmmm. i never knew there was such a thing as cookie mixes. must have been living under a rock :)

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

these are so pretty - where's mine? (hheee just kidding)

Michelle said...

I love making cookie mixes in a jar, but I haven't done it for years!

Kimber said...

Looks yummy. I've never tried cookies from a jar. May have to try someday.

hippos toes said...

Sounds good. I'm with you on the peanut butter cups. Hard for anything to be bad with those in it! Happy New Year to you!

The Daily Blonde said...

YUMMY!! :)

Honey Mommy said...

What a great idea for gifts! I will have to think about that for next year!

Kacey R. said...

Looks yummy and pretty too! "Do not use Diet Margarine"...that is funny!

Lorina said...

Looks great and sounds yummy!

and now I am wondering what Diet Margarine is too..

Threeundertwo said...

Every year I say I'm going to do this and every year I flake out. Looks like you found a great recipe. Thanks!

Brenda said...

Those are really pretty and the recipe looks delicious! Thanks for passing that along.

mommaof4wife2r said...

i love making these...haven't done if for a number of years. super duper fun!

Heather @ Not a DIY Life said...

I love cookie in a jar mixes and I love PB and chocolate! I think your ribbons look pretty and festive. It's the thought that counts, right? I hope no one was complaining about that!

Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year!

Krissy said...

Mmmm... My MIL got me a cookbook this year for Christmas called "Gifts In a Jar" .. it's a whole series of 4, and she gave me the everyday dinners book. It is AWESOME! I plan on testing all these recipes out to figure out which ones are the good ones... cause 2009 ... look out man! The post office just might be delivering lots of dinners in a jar! LOL

'Nette said...

Totally unrelated but,in case you missed the tweet, I have nominated you for a Lemonade Blog award.


Oh my heck! I was featured. And it didn't hurt or anything!



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