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1001 COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

APPLE CAKE IN A JAR RECIPE

APPLE NUT PANCAKES IN A JAR RECIPE

APPLESAUCE CAKE IN A JAR RECIPE

BANANA NUT BREAD BAKED IN A JAR RECIPE

BASIC COFFEE CAKE IN A JAR RECIPE

BASIC PANCAKE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

BEAN SOUP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

BEIGNET MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

BLUEBERRY MUFFINS IN A JAR RECIPE

BEST EVER CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES IN A JAR RECIPE

BRAN MUFFINS IN A JAR RECIPE

BREADSTICKS IN A JAR RECIPE

BROWNIE CAKES IN A JAR RECIPE

BROWNIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

BUTTER MILK RANCH DIP IN A JAR RECIPE

BUTTERY BUTTERMILK SCONE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CAFE SWISS MOCHA FLAVORED COFFEE IN A JAR RECIPE

CAJUN SPICE SEASONING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CANDY COATED CHOCOLATES GIFT JAR COOKIE MIX RECIPE

CANNED APPLE CAKE JAR CAKE IN A JAR RECIPE

CARROT CAKE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CHEESE AND PEPPER MUFFINS IN A JAR RECIPE

CHICKEN COATING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CHILI NUTS IN A JAR RECIPE

CHOCOLATE CAKE IN A JAR RECIPE

CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CHOCOLATE COVERED RAISIN COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CHOCOLATE PUDDING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CHUNKY CHOCOLATE COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CIDER SPICE BUNDLE IN A JAR RECIPE

CINNAMON SUGAR IN A JAR RECIPE

COBBLER MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CORNBREAD IN A JAR RECIPE

COWBOY COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CRAZY CAKE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CREOLE SEASONING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

CURRIED RICE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

DILLYBEANS IN A JAR RECIPE

DOUBLE-FUDGE BROWNIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

DRESSING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

FIRESIDE COFFEE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

FUDGE BROWNIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

GINGERBREAD BAKED IN JARS IN A JAR RECIPE

GINGER SPICE MUFFINS IN A JAR RECIPE

GOURMET COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

GROUND BEEF MASTER MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

HERBED RICE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

HOLIDAY BEAN SOUP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

HOMEMADE CAJUN SPICES IN A JAR RECIPE

HOMEMADE MUSTARD IN A JAR RECIPE

HOT CHOCOLATE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

INDIAN FRY BREAD IN A JAR RECIPE

INSTANT CAPPUCINO IN A JAR RECIPE

INSTANT POTATO SOUP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

JALAPENO MUSTARD IN A JAR RECIPE

LAYERED SOUP MIX IN A JAR FRIENDSHIP SOUP MIX RECIPE

LEMON PEPPER SEASONING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

LOW-CALORIE SPICED TEA MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

M AND M'S COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

MALTED HOT COCOA MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

MEXICAN FIESTA DIP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

MICROWAVE FUDGE MOCHA MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

MINESTRONE SOUP IN A JAR RECIPE

MUFFINS IN A JAR RECIPE

MUNCHY CRUNCHY COOKIES IN A JAR RECIPE

OATMEAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES IN A JAR RECIPE

OATMEAL CINNAMON COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

OATMEAL FRUIT COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

OLD BAY SEASONING IN A JAR RECIPE

ONION SOUP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

PALOUSE SOUP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

PASTA SOUP IN A JAR RECIPE

PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

PEANUT BUTTER CUP COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

PECAN PIE MINI MUFFINS IN A JAR RECIPE

PIZZA DOUGH MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

POTATO CHIP COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

POUND CAKE BROWNIES IN A JAR RECIPE

PUMPKIN PIE SPICE IN A JAR RECIPE

QUICK MUFFIN MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

RAISIN CRUNCH COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

RANCH DRESSING MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

RASPBERRY COCOA MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

RUSSIAN TEA MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

SANTA'S SPICED WALNUTS IN A JAR RECIPE

SEASONING BOUQUET IN A JAR RECIPE

SNICKERDOODLE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

SNOW CAPS IN A JAR RECIPE

SPICED ALMONDS IN A JAR RECIPE

SPICED CRANBERRY CIDER MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

SPICED TEA MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

SUGAR COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

SUGARED GOOBERS IN A JAR RECIPE

SWEET PICKLED CARROTS IN A JAR RECIPE

THAT MUSTARD IN A JAR RECIPE

TORTILLAS IN A JAR RECIPE

TURKEY NOODLE SOUP MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

VEGGIE RICE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

WHITE CHOCOLATE MACADAMIA COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

WHITE CHOCOLATE-RAISIN COOKIE MIX IN A JAR RECIPE

 

INTRODUCTION & IDEAS

Most of the following recipes require a quart jar, large or small mouth opening. I
find though a large mouth works easier to get the ingredients in.
Besides a quart jar with lids, you will need a large rubber band. A piece of
material 8x8 square. Ribbon to decorate. After filling the jars, place the material
on the lid and put the rubber band around it to secure it in place. Tie with
decorative ribbon and tie the recipe card to the ribbon for the directions on how
to bake the ingredients. If you have a printer, print out the tag onto a colorful
piece of paper or onto adhesive paper.
When putting in the ingredients, make sure to pack them down tightly. If you have
loose ingredients like nuts, M&M, raisins, etc. make sure they are the next
ingredient on top of packed brown sugar. If the next layer is to be white sugar or
flour, the white sugar or flour will seep through the nuts, M&M, etc some what.
Also when using cocoa, wipe inside of jar before adding another ingredient to keep
jar looking nice. Have fun and give the filled jar to a friend!

SOME IDEAS TO MAKE YOUR GIFT OF COFFEE OR COCOA MIX MORE SPECIAL:

Get some plastic spoons and dip the spoon end only in melted chocolate chips;
sprinkle with non-pareils or colored sugar sprinkles if desired. Let the chocolate
set up. Wrap a spoon or two (depending on who the gift is for) in a piece of
cellophane and tie with a pretty ribbon. Include this with a gift jar of cocoa mix
or coffee mix.
Make some homemade biscotti. After biscotti is cooled, dip half of each stick into
melted chocolate chips (or melted vanilla candy coating also known as chocolate
bark). Let chocolate set up. Wrap and add as you would the above spoons. Sew up a pretty gift bag from a festive fabric of your favorite holiday calico or
even a shiny lame to wrap your gift jar in. Decorate with twigs of silk holly and a
pretty ribbon
Place the wrapped jar of mix in a basket and include the recipe if desired so the
recipient may make more when their supply runs out. Add a bag of home made cookies, a couple of coffee mugs and a CD of holiday music.

SOME IDEAS FOR MAKING YOUR GIFT OF COOKIE MIX MORE SPECIAL:

Wrap your jar in a fabric bag as described above, but add a cookie cutter or a
wooden spoon to the jar instead of the chocolate spoons. Place the jar in a mixing
bowl and add a new digital timer.
Place a jar of cookie mix and a jar of cocoa mix in a basket together to give to a
young family with children.
Put cookie mix in a cookie jar, wrap the jar containing the mix with a couple of
new kitchen towels so it won't rattle inside the cookie jar.
Make a basket with three different cookie mixes in it and give to a family with
school aged kids who will be on vacation during the holidays.

MASTER MIX:

Master Mix

4 cups unsifted, all purpose white flour (spoon lightly into cup and level off)
1 cup butter flavor or solid white shortening
1/3 cup double-acting baking powder
1 cup nonfat dry milk powder
4 cups whole wheat flour
3 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons salt
1. Into a large bowl, sift together 4 cups white flour, the baking powder, sugar
and salt. This removes lumps and helps mix ingredients.
2. Cut in shortening with 2 knives, pastry blender, or fingers until it looks like
coarse oatmeal.
3. Stir in the dry milk.
4. Stir in the 4 cups of whole wheat flour; mix well.
5. Store in covered container at room temperature.
Yield: 11 cups. Keeps about 2 months. For longer storage refrigerate or freeze.
Notes:
To measure Master Mix: stir lightly and pile into cup (do not shake) and level off.
You may use less whole wheat flour and more white flour if you wish. Just be sure
the total flour used is 8 cups.
Variations
Margarine or Butter Master Mix. Reduce salt to 1 1/2 teaspoons. Use 1 1/4 cups
margarine in place of shortening. Choose a margarine which lists a liquid vegetable
oil as first ingredient for more polyunsaturates. Keep refrigerated. The Master Mix
can be used to make many dishes easily. Unlike a purchased mix, this homemade mix
allows you to choose your own combination of ingredients. The recipe may be doubled
if desired.
The Master Mix is lower in fat than some but gives very good results. Sugar has
been reduced in some of the recipes, but other ingredients have been used to
enhance flavor. Thus in banana bread only 1/4 cup of sugar is used but more banana
is called for than in traditional recipes.
Simple meals and leftovers can be sparked up by adding a homemade hotbread or other
food made from the Master Mix.
How to Use Dried Eggs in the Master Mix recipes If you have dried eggs on hand you
can use them in the Master Mix recipes instead of fresh ones. The table below shows
how to reconstitute the dried eggs. If you prefer, you may add the dried eggs to
the dry ingredients and the water to the liquid in the recipe.
Dried Egg Substitutions
Dried Eggs +Water=Eggs
1/4 cup + 1/4 =cup1
1/2 cup + 1/2 =cup2

Note: Use the dried eggs only in recipes requiring thorough cooking.


 

 

 

 

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