Anyone have recipes for gift cookie/soup jars-the decorative ones?

United States
October 7, 2006 2:50pm CST
I want to make those for gifts for Christmas and want to start getting the recipes for those-I'm horrible at math to figure it out on my own.
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@acdc0805 (981)
• United States
11 Oct 06
Yes I have two books of those recipes. If you'd like some, let me know...I've shared them with lots of people this year already :) SO I don't mind doin' it again ;)
• United States
14 Oct 06
Oh yes, I want some of those. You can post them on here or email some to me, or if you want to scan and snail mail it to me that would be fine too. Thanks!
• India
11 Oct 06
Yes I have of some Indian sweet Dishes books n also i have a Cake books..
• United States
14 Oct 06
Cake jars would be neat, can you post one on here?
@Bee1955 (3887)
• United States
30 Jan 07
Cake in a Jar INGREDIENTS 1 (18.25 ounce) package yellow cake mix 8 straight-sided wide-mouth pint canning jars with lids and rings DIRECTIONS Prepare the cake according to package instructions, or use any cake recipe. In pint size, straight-sided wide-mouth jars, put 1 cup of batter in each greased jar. Make sure to keep the rims of the jars clean. Put in preheated oven 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Place jars on a cookie sheet to keep from tipping over while baking. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into cake comes out clean. While they are baking, have your jar lids boiling in a pan of water. When the cake is done, take one jar out at a time and add the hot lid and screw on your jar ring and let set and cool. It will seal as it cools. Place the jars on the counter and listen for them to 'ping' as they seal. If you miss the 'ping', wait until they are completely cool and press on the top of the lid. If it doesn't move at all, it's sealed. After it cools it will pull away from the jar and when you are ready to eat, open and pop out the cake and enjoy. Unsealed jars should be stored in the refrigerator and eaten within 2 weeks. Sealed jars may be stored in a freezer.