50 Different Foods You Can Put in a Jar {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

A couple weeks ago I posted 50 different things to do with mason jars…though all the ideas were creative and fun, none of them had anything to do with food. I thought the whole concept of food in a jar deserved a post all of it’s own.

So this weeks Saturday Inspiration post is dedicated to all the glorious foods … You can put in a jar: desserts in a jar, bread in a jar, appetizers in a jar, meals in a jar, drinks in a jar… I think you can pretty much put anything in jar and it instantly becomes a million times cuter!


{Source:I Am Baker}
Cheesecake in a Jar


{Source: My Baking Addiction}
Mixed Berry Cheesecake in Jars


{Source: The Family Kitchen}
Strawberry Cheesecake in a Jar


{Source: The Family Kitchen}
No Bake Oreo Cheesecake in a Jar


{Source: The Family Kitchen}
Neapolitan Cake in a Jar


{Source:Sprinkled With Flour}
Banana Split Cake in Jars


{Source: The Family Kitchen}
Rainbow Cake in a Jar


{Source: How Sweet It Is}
S’Mores Cake in a Jar


{Source: Eclectic Recipes}
Whiskey in a Jar Chocolate Cake {flour-less recipe}


{Source: The Family Kitchen}
Peanut Butter Cups {Cake} in a Jar


{Source: Martha Stewart}
Buttermilk Cupcakes in a Jar


{Source:Cakies}
Red Velvet Cupcakes in a Jar


{Source: Glorious Treats}
Orange Dreamsicle Cupcakes in a Jar


{Source: Man With a Fork}
Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake in Jars


{Source: The Boastful Baker}
Mini Canning Jar Apple Pies


{Source: Our Best Bites}
Single Serving Pie in a Jar


{Source:The Nerd’s Wife}
Pumpkin Pie in a Jar


{Source:The Family Kitchen}
Peach Cobbler in a Jar


{Source: Gooseberry Patch via My Recipes}
Baked Brownies in a Jar


{Source:Pen n’ Paper Flowers}
Ice Cream Jars


{Source:Paula Deen}
White Chocolate Lemon Trifle Jars


{Source: Ezra Pound Cake}
Mason Jar Breakfast Parfaits


{Source: American Spoon}
Jam, Granola & Yogurt Parfait Jars


{Source:Today’s Nest}
Chocolate Banana Pudding Jars


{Source: Savor This Moment}
Bread Pudding in a Jar


{Source: Healthful Pursuit}
Layered Maple Oat n’ Apple Dessert Jars


{Source: My Baking Addiction}
Cherry Crisp in a Jar


{Source: The Family Kitchen}
Monkey Bread in a Jar


{Source: Good Food Bread & Muffins}
Chocolate Muffin Bread in a Jar


{Source: Simple Bites}Whole Wheat Buttermilk Rolls in a Jar


{Source: The Chubby Vegetarian}
Caprese Salad in a Jar


{Source: Salad in a Jar}
Romaine Salad in a Jar


{Source:Savvy Mom}
Simple Layer Dip in a Jar


{Source:Southern Living}
Mason Jar Layered Cornbread and Turkey Salad


{Source: Savoring The Thyme}
Wheat Berry Apple Salad in a Jar


{Source:Country Living}
Corn and Chickpea Salad in a Jar


{Source:Fat and Happy}
Mason Jar Turkey Chickpea Salad


{Source: The Decorated Cookie}
Pesto Pasta in a Jar


{Source: Stone Gable}
Homemade Pasta Salad Jars


{Source: My Own Ideas}
Goat Cheese & Sun Dried Tomatoes with Garlic Herb Pesto in a Jar


{Source: Eat*Drink*Pretty}
Zucchini and Goat Cheese Tarts in a Jar


{Source: Good Housekeeping}
Shrimp Rillettes in a Jar


{Source: Fuchsia – this recipe has been removed}
Hearty Lentil Stew with Roasted Squash & Pumpkin Jar


{Source: Jones in Hungry}
BBQ Sundae in a Jar


{Source: Giver’s Log}
Chili and Cornbread in a Jar


{Source: Saveur}
Strawberry Moonshine Julep


{Source: Nutrition to Invigorate Mind Body and Spirit}
Mason Jar Mojito Cocktail


{Source: Southern Weddings}
Mason Jar Mojitos


{Source:Martha Stewart}
Lemony Spiked Sweet Tea


{Source: Kahakai Kitchen}
Cranberry Apple Cider Shandy

Now I want to save even more jars!

The Sunday Showcase starts tonight … I can’t wait to see what you have been working on this week! Hope you are having a fabulous weekend ~Enjoy.

                  

Comments

  1. OMG! These all look so good. The s’mores one really got my attention. :-)

  2. These are all gorgeous and yummy. Yet another great idea to repurpose jars.

  3. LOVE THIS POST! Thanks for all the great ideas in one place. I am hosting a small party next week and I think I will try the Mojitos in a jar! Thank you!

  4. This post has inspired my hunger! :D
    I love the idea of the Whiskey in a Jar Chocolate Cake!
    There’s something a little devilish about eating food from a container, be it cake from a jar, cereal from a box, or ice cream straight from the tub. I think jars win for cuteness, though!

  5. That title called me over and the photos sucked me in.
    Of course now I need to go in search of the previous jar useage post. (Maybe you could link it to the first words of this tale?)
    You know I will be back to look at this and then share it as well.

  6. I am in love with jars right now and want to make everything in them! I have gotten rid of my glasses and we are using jars instead.
    I made blueberry banana bread in jars:
    http://remarkable-home.blogspot.com/2011/06/blueberry-banana-bread-with-streusel.html
    And I made cupcakes in a jar for 4th of July:
    http://remarkable-home.blogspot.com/2011/06/flour-frosting-recipe-review.html

    I love the chili and cornbread in a jar idea but am wondering how many people wold burn their hands trying to eat them. I am thinking a jar cozy might be in order!

  7. I have a bunch of half pint jars to use as party favors and love the cheesecake idea! Seems very easy…wonder how long they would last once made?

  8. I have yet to make anything in a jar but I sure want to!!

  9. Fabulous Post …. I LOVE each and every one of these ideas … and will start serving some of these goodies real soon. Thanks !!
    ~ Connie

  10. Oooooh!! I can’t wait to try the lemon one from Paula Deen. And all the rest too but that’s the first one on my list. I had no idea you could make so many things in jar!

  11. So many fab recipes! Thanks for all these great ideas!

  12. fantastic fun!!!

  13. These all look AMAZING! I am going to reference these the next time we have a party! Thanks for posting!

  14. I was happily blog surfing until I came across these…now I am headed to dust off those old mason jars in my garage and make up something fun on this rainy day. I’m suddenly starving! ha! Thanks for the inspiration!

  15. What a wonderful post! I cannot wait to make some of these recipes… maybe my children will stop laughing at my jar obsession!

  16. Yummy! Yummy! Now I am going to have a even Bigger Tummy!! Awesome post! I can’t wait to try some of these out. Thank you!!

  17. Hi Stephanie Lynn! Oh, I have some little mason jars and just look what all I can put into them! I love this post!
    Hope you’re having a great weekend.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  18. OMG..I can’t believe all of the combinations you can put into these mason jars..Thank You for the post..
    Janet

  19. Fabulous…thank you so much. Love jars and all of these are wonderful!! Great ideas to do and try! Will be pinning them all – ha ha….Kim

  20. Amazing! Love this collection of summer yumminess! ;) Petra

  21. beautiful and wonderful…guess I will start by saving jars. Love all the ideas !

  22. This is an amazing collection. Bookmarking!

  23. Fantastic collection of ideas! Many of them I would make just as suggested, others are wonderful sources of inspiration. Thanks for sharing!

  24. Oh My! What a yummy, yummy collection of ideas! I’m ready to give something a try.
    Loved this post.

  25. YUMMY and PRETTY! :D

  26. What a fun post – love it!

  27. I think I just fell in love…. with your blog… this post just wrecked me, in the best way. I want to make one of each!! My friend and I are going to take turns picking a jar recipe to make until we get through each and every delicious one. Thanks for compiling such a sweet list!!

  28. Man, stumbleupon is on fire today! Your blog is great and I am so glad it took me over here. I am in awe of your awesome craftyness (yes, a word) and can’t wait to see more!

  29. Thanks for including my bread pudding in a jar, Stephanie! I’ve got this bookmarked to start working my way down the list. I love jars, especially the pint size, and use them for everything from toothbrush holders to drinking glasses. Love your blog!!!

  30. So many fantastic ideas here! I love the variety of desserts, salads & cocktails!

  31. What a fantastic collection I love food in jars!!!

  32. These all look amazing! Can’t wait to make something in a jar :)

  33. What wonderful recipes, cant wait to try a lot of these out especially the bread pudding for maybe the holidays. mmm.

  34. Mind blown.

    Just wow.

  35. this is an awesome compilation!!

    I just pinned it!

  36. Fabulous, but where’s the recipes?

  37. So inspired. New ideas to add to my mason jar obsession…

  38. I have 40 jars under the kitchen sink. Now I have a purpose to re-use them other than disposing of old used cooking oil in. And I have plenty of bread mixes to put into those jars. I was just thinking to myself, how hard it is to fit a loaf of bread into a gift basket. The jars will work so much better. By the way, how do I get my hands on some of those mini jars?? Too cute!

    • kathy bailey :

      I but my smaller jars at dollar tree. They have wonderful seals. Of course slot harder to find now with everyone into this. Also, I find it is really convenient to use the med jars for the drinks stored in drug. When I come home xxx with juice, look aid or whatever, I put liquid in jars. Easier to grab and go. Older children (grandson is almost 11) and he loves it. Drinks right from can and puts top back on after each sip, ‘m o spill and no waste. If not finished put back in drug

  39. How long do you think the cakes and such are safe to eat? Thinking about sending a couple of these in care packages when my husband deploys.

  40. Great ideas, what a creativity!!

  41. Great ideas, they all look so yummy!

  42. What great ideas! I love your creativity!

  43. my hunny is deployed and i would love to send him a complete meal for valentine’s day. question, how long will each item keep and be safe to eat. assuming i make beverage like lemonade or tea, pasta dish, caprese salad and a dessert. thank u!

  44. Great recipes!! and great idea this posts! for the next time, if
    you want, visit my Blog marathon : Twenty days in the Jar :-)

    http://paprikapaprika.blogspot.com/2011/08/venti-giorni-sottovetro-befott-maraton.html
    Ciao
    Anikò

  45. these are all amazing! i love mason jars and dessert even more! its going to be hard to choose which one to make

  46. I linked you to a post on my blog. This is such an amazing compilation. thank you for your hard work :D

  47. This just in! Mascarpone Banana Pudding in a jar (no less) Check it out: http://chubbyvegetarian.blogspot.com/2012/02/mascarpone-banana-pudding-in-jar.html

  48. I’d vote you best post ever for “in a jar’ treats–thank you for sharing!

  49. Just thought you’d like to know (in case you already didn’t) that this has been pinned on Country Living Magazine’s Pinterest board titled “Household Tips”. :)

  50. I love these ideas…I would love to pin

  51. I love these! How cute would it be to individualize each drink/dessert/food with your guests name! I saw an idea on pinterest where you can place a chalk square on a jar and write on it.

  52. Beautiful ideas and beautiful pictures! Wonderful looking food!

  53. What a beautiful post! I’ve pinned it. I’m trying to find some creative ways to do foods for the farmer’s market. I’m also trying to figure out if people would purchase these small meals for a lunch since they would be for individuals not a whole family. Hmmmmm

    tina ‘the book lady’
    http://familyliteracy2.blogspot.com
    http://givingnsharing.blogspot.com

    I’ll be back!

  54. Would it work to do the pies and put the lids on? Salads too. I could do a feature 1-2 salads each week @ the farmers market. Yum!

  55. [email protected] :

    What a great waya to serve dessert this summer at a party–or even soup in the winter. Great ideas!!

  56. I love every single one of these!

  57. I loveeee this and can’t wait to use this idea for an event:)

  58. Thanks for this amazing ideas! I love all of them!

  59. These are fantastic!!! Thank you so much for this. Just in time for Christmas too :)

  60. fantastic, thank you for putting these all together.

  61. the link for the Hearty lentil stew is broken I think the source is gone :(

  62. OMG – looks delicious wonderful ideas, I hope you don’t mind I added a link from our website. I have also pinned it. Thanks for taking the time to source the ideas.

  63. Your post was mentioned on our “Fabulous Friday Finds” feature. You can check it out here: http://pointysnout.blogspot.com/2012/12/belated-fabulous-friday-finds.html Just thought I’d let you know. Thanks for compiling and sharing this resource!

  64. These all look fantastic!! thanks for sharing! I will definitely have to try these out for gifts

  65. Great idea. All these are fantastic and look delicious. Its a must try. Also easy and cute idea for gifts

  66. Sweet and cute!!

  67. The link to the bread pudding in a jar has changed, too. Here it is: http://www.savorthismoment.blogspot.com/2011/03/ok-i-know-this-is-another-food-post-but.html

    Sorry about that! I had technical difficulties with my blog. :)

    Thanks, Annie

  68. Thanks Annie – I really appreciate it. The link has been updated :)

  69. Truly brilliant ideas! I would love to give (or receive) a basket full of some of these goodies to a friend.

  70. What a fantastic list, never really thought about putting food in a jar like this, would make a fab addition to a gift hamper!

  71. When I clicked on the link to see how the velvet cake in a jar was made it just brought me to a blogspot about a woman’s child having breakfast in bed. I could not get to the recipe. Could you please tell me how to get to the recipe?
    Thanks!

  72. FYI … This link isn’t executable: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/05/50-ways-to-re-purpose-and-reuse-glass.html

    (It’s the hyperlink for “50 different things to do with mason jars.”)

    Will you let me know when it’s working again? Thx:)

  73. cheerleader ;) :

    In♥ with these especially the rainbow cake…do you bake it in mason jar on same temp as box cake says or different?

  74. So CUTE! Though my family would look at them, look at me and ask where the rest of it was. I have 4 kids, 3 of them teens…and a husband whose never not hungry…I MIGHT be able to get away with them for a specialty dinner of some sort at a holiday! LOL!

    Chrissie

  75. do u have a list of the recipes and how to’s for these neat food in a jar?

  76. You are awesome to have put this together…..I love you for all the great recipes! !

        

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