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Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

Last post Wed, Dec 7 2011 1:50 PM by sunshinetreva. 18 replies.
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  • Sun, Nov 4 2007 10:53 AM

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    Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    While perusing ideas for my Christmas baskets, I found an interesting site.

    Breakfast in a Jar ideas with printable gift cards 

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  • Sun, Nov 4 2007 10:59 AM In reply to

    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    thanks! now i have a use for the 2 pounds of dried blueberies too:) in additon to "instant" oatmeal blueberry jars

  • Sun, Nov 4 2007 11:01 AM In reply to

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    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    I like the cinnamon pancake recipe. It's different than the one I use for my own as I start with a generic baking mix I make. I prefer the cinnamon one for a gift mix and may use it as I can print the instructions which some might find helpful.

     

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  • Sun, Nov 4 2007 11:32 AM In reply to

    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    Thanks for sharing this site.  My printer got a workout.  Big Smile    ~Gingerbread

  • Sun, Nov 4 2007 11:42 AM In reply to

    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    Thanks for the site! I bookmarked it for now to decide later what to give (this could be part of my parent's gift).  

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  • Sun, Nov 4 2007 10:08 PM In reply to

    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    ok so i tried to make "instant blueberry pancake mix" um note to self, when using a 64 ounce juice jar, paper and a paperclip IS NOT A PROPPER FUNNEL

  • Mon, Nov 5 2007 12:41 PM In reply to

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    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    latte4me2day:
    um note to self, when using a 64 ounce juice jar, paper and a paperclip IS NOT A PROPPER FUNNEL

    Heh heh, I sympathize with you, I tried the same thing when I started using nonfat milk powder...rut ro.  I cut the top off a club soda bottle--one of those plastic 2 quarts like soda comes in--and turn it upside down--the skinny top part fits in to the jug or jar pretty well. 

     

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  • Sat, Oct 1 2011 7:42 AM In reply to

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    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    Bumping up, more good ideas for Christmas gifts in a jar. The link in the first post still works.  Check it out Babs

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  • Sat, Oct 1 2011 12:02 PM In reply to

    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    These are a classic and make beautiful gifts. After writing my oatmeal post and all the responses I am thinking I might do homemade oatmeal jar gifts this year! Thanks for the bump up of this post Babs.

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  • Sat, Oct 1 2011 2:25 PM In reply to

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    Re: Breakfast in a Jar Gifts

    BargainBinge:
    . After writing my oatmeal post and all the responses I am thinking I might do homemade oatmeal jar gifts this year!

    I like to do food baskets. I want to make an oatmeal and coffee one for my parents. They don't do big breakfasts but some homemade oatmeal and flavored creamers and coffe would be a special touch.

     

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