The perfect gift for Christmas!
Making a cookie mix in a jar is probably the easiest gift I’ve ever made, and not to mention a tasty one too! I experimented with a few different versions of this recipe and after eating loads of cookies (definitely a perk), even a giant mess-up cookie, I finally settled on this one. Perfection. Once you get a rhythm down, you can make lots of cookies in a jar! I love the presentation of these gifts. The beautiful layers make it so appealing, you just need to whip them up immediately. Let’s just say the mix won’t stay in the jar for long!
See, even underneath the decorative cloth, the layers keep going. These are the perfect ‘make ahead’ gift too. So, go ahead and get them all packed up for Christmas!
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You Will Need
Pack the ingredients in the 1 quart jar using a large funnel (or a piece paper rolled up to be a funnel), packing very tight in the following order:
flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt mixed together (pack down tight)
oats (pack down tight)
chocolate chips (don’t pack)
m&m’s (don’t pack)
brown sugar (pack down tight)
white sugar (pack down tight)
Close the jar, placing the piece of cloth between the top and screw top of the jar.
Print out your labels, the front (title) and the back (instructions) and place them on the jar.