Don’t Miss These #DessertsInJars Cookbook Recipes & G!veaway

[ 15 ] December 19, 2012 |

It’s all about fun in the kitchen this week. On Monday, I shared a delicious recipe from the #DessertsInJars cookbook with the amazing Pull-Apart Cinnamon Bread!  Did you enter the giveaway?  It’s so simple!  Just leave me a comment on this post HERE.

As this week continues towards the holiday, I’m excited to share beautiful pictures of some of the other recipes posted for our big cookbook giveaway!  I wanted to get y’all drooling so you are dying to win this cookbook for yourself.   Did I mention how easy it is to enter by leaving a comment on this post HERE?

All 10 blogs are giving away a copy of the book this week, so get yourself moving and enter all 10!  Your odds are pretty awesome with 10 chances to win!

On Monday, I posted Pull Apart Cinnamon Bread, and Nicole from Daily Dish Recipes shared yummy Banana Buttermilk Trifles.

Photo Credit Shaina Olmanson, Desserts In Jars: 50 Sweet Treats That Shine

On Tuesday, Pam, from The Meltaways shared some sassy Spiced Hot Chocolate Mix with Cinnamon Marshmallows, and Heather, from girlichef posted these incredible Orange White-Chocolate Cheesecakes w/ Cranberry Sauce.

Photo Credit: Heather from girlichef

On Wednesday, the lovely Sunithi, from Sue’s Nutrition Buzz shared Light Cherry Almond Crumbles, and Amber, from Mama’s Blissful Bites posted this giftable  Campfire Bars Mix.

Photo Credit Amber from Mama’s Blissful Bites

There are more recipes to come later this week!  Make sure you keep your eyes peeled for more wonderful #DessertsInJars from these FAB food bloggers next!




What’s your favorite dessert you want to now try making in a jar?


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Happily married with two children, Karen does not hesitate to rebuff her family’s hungry advances at mealtime, while she styles and photographs their dinner to share on Instagram before serving them. In The Kitchen With KP is full of family friendly adventures around Atlanta (and beyond), plus simple recipes everyone can feel comfortable trying. In fact, her whole family participates in the cooking/baking fun on a regular basis.

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  1. Stephanie from CT says:

    love anything in a jar!

  2. Lia Simpson says:

    Tiramisu yum!

  3. Patricia says:

    I think a cobbler like peach or raspberry.

  4. Dorothy Boucher
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    i love all these wonderful ideas ;) and they look so yummy when they are all put together ;)

  5. this is the first that I am hearing of dessert in a jar. I am excited to try them
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  6. Liz says:

    Very cute idea! PF Changs does something like this too, mini desserts (“shooters”) in shot glasses.

  7. Holly Trudeau says:

    These look so yummy and adorable! And fairly easy to make, even better! The Spiced Hot Chocolate Mix with Cinnamon Marshmallows sounds heavenly!

  8. Jesse R says:

    I have seen these and have been wanting to try them! Sound awesome! Thank you!

  9. Debra Givens Wagner says:

    What a fantastic idea, Deserts in a jar!

  10. Kambrea says:

    I always love these! They look great!

  11. Lauren Rochon says:

    Wow, I had no idea so many different deserts could be given away in a jar! I have done cookies before, but none of the other kinds :) thanks for the article!

  12. Andy Grice says:

    I wonder can Punchbowl cake shrunk can be put in a jar?

  13. Amanda says:

    I love these jar recipes. Such great holiday happys. I am definitely going to enter to win that awesome book!!!

  14. Tara says:

    Oh my gosh the Banana Buttermilk Trifles dessert looks so good I am deff. going to have to try & make that :)
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  15. Jane Ritz says:

    Ilove the jar recipes. They make such wonderful gifts and they are rrelatively easy to make and decorate. Thank you for reminding me of this craft.

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