Have you tried your hand at making one of the popular dessert-in-a-jar recipes? If you haven't, what are you waiting for? Aside from the mouth-watering final product of a sweet treat, there are a few more good reasons you'll flip your lid over these goodies:
Whether you choose mini jars or the larger-sized glass jars, you'll have dinner guests plowing through dinner just to get to dessert. Give it a go with one of these five recipes:
Brownies are just about perfection on their own. Layer them in a jar with pecans, whipped cream and chocolate sauce and you're going to have a special treat that will make the whole room go silent! Brownie dessert in a jar from Planner Perfect Meals shares this dessert secret-to-success recipe that can easily be adapted to another dessert favorite.
Whether you use a pre-packaged cake mix to make life a little easier or prefer to make your cake mix from scratch (below), consider Blueberry Teacake in a Jar from Sarah's Cucina Bella for a perfectly-portioned serving of dessert paradise.
From the Real Women of Philadelphia (leave it to Kraft and Paula Deen to come up with some great recipes!) comes this super-simple Strawberry cheesecake in a jar recipe from Annie Smith. It's got it all -- graham cracker crust, strawberry topping, and of course, cream cheese. The beauty of this recipe is that you can keep this dessert stored in the freezer until you're ready to serve it, and of course, the fact that it's easy is an added bonus!
Convenience and crumb toppings push this pie-inspired recipe to the top of any dessert lover's list! Best Bites shows you step-by-step instructions for how to make a delicious and decorative dessert treat with its recipe for Single serving pie in a jar. You might want to try the apple pie version at this time of the year!
Not that this would ever happen in my household, but if you find yourself in need of something to do with your leftover cupcakes (who said that?) before they dry out, consider this recipe from Babble for Cupcake crumble in a jar that helps you reuse and recycle dessert! The addition of vanilla or chocolate pudding brings moisture back, and then it's up to you to decide what other goodies you want to sprinkle or dollop to top off this treat!
As one more bonus recipe, check out the wildly popular Rainbow cake in a jar recipe from Babble. It looks too pretty to eat, but after the first bite, you won't mind!
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