Cookie in a Jar
Want to give a great gift? Consider cookies. Make these cookie mixes to put in jars and then add the recipe for how to prepare them. It makes a great gift for any occasion.See Popular Cookie in a Jar Recipes
These cookie mix jars make for great hostess gifts around the holidays. Layer the ingredients in a glass jar and attach baking directions with a festive red bow.
Aren't you sweet? Share this mix for those on your Christmas list who welcome making a batch of brownies, but later, please! Be sure to include the recipe and baking instructions.
Give the gift of cookie mixes. Dried cranberries add brilliant color to these simple drop cookies.
This holiday gift is sure to score major brownie points! Just decorate the filled jar with the mix, fold up the recipe, and attach it to the lid.
Five ingredients is all it takes to make crumbly, rich shortbread cookies! To "finely chop" nuts, chop them until they are about the size of grains of rice.
Kids can help make this long-time favorite cookie, which is a terrific gift for a special teacher.
Macarons are shiny, domed French cookies made with ground almond, powdered sugar, and egg whites, sandwiched around a creamy filling (often buttercream). They come in a rainbow of colors and flavors.
"Rudolph the PB reindeer,Had a shiny M&M nose ..." With apologies to the original lyrics (not to mention Santa's favorite reindeer), once we saw these adorable, Peanut Butter Rudolph Reindeer Cookies, we just had to rewrite the Christmas tune in their honor. Not only are these little treats a festive nod to holiday entertaining, but they're also a cinch to make.
Some people want to catch lighting in a jar. I'd like to find a way to put summertime in a jar. Think about it: during the dreariest, chilliest days of winter, you could simply unscrew a lid and have sunshine and warmth flood your house.
These delicious peanut butter cookies are easy to make and perfect for holidays. For a holiday twist they can easily be cut them into shapes for Christmas.
There is nothing better on a chilly day than a bowl of homemade soup. This split pea soup is delicious and freezes well so you are fine to add it to your make ahead recipes.
There are sugar cookies, and then there are Aunt Hilda's sugar dream cookies. Learn how to make these sugar cookies with a little sparkle on top.
Learn how to make the most classic cookie of all: the chocolate chip cookie. This delicious recipe is a staple and is one you will keep coming back to.
If you are in need of a quick weeday meal this quick skillet ziti is the dish for you. This ground beef and pasta are an easy combination for any night of the week.
This make-ahead and no-bake cookie recipe features just 6 ingredients including peanut butter, chocolate, and graham crackers. Try them as dessert tonight.
Tis the season to totally freak out about what to get everybody for Christmas. But here's an idea that might make your life a little easier IF you're trying to think of original presents to take to holiday parties, gifts for neighbors you like but don't like that much, and little knick-knacks for friends on the bowling team or fellow PTA members. What you're going to love is how these little treasures let everybody know -- let's see, how do we put this?