Know a peanut butter fiend? Look no further. With peanut butter cups in every bite, there's no way your recipient won't enjoy this thoughtful gift.
Don't choose between raisin oatmeal cookies or chocolate chip oatmeal cookies -- have both all in one! Dress up this standby recipe with a beloved candy. Adding chocolate-covered raisins to traditional oatmeal cookies is a sweet touch.
Crunchy with refreshing notes of citrus, these lemon crispies make a delightful winter gift. White ingredients pop in the jar when finished off with a bright red ribbon. It only takes 30 minutes to put together this thoughtful gift, and your recipient will have freshly baked cookies in less than an hour.
Want to gift a little indulgence? Pecans and butterscotch pieces sit nicely in rich shortbread bites. For a full-flavor holiday treat, you can't go wrong with this mix.
Watch as we show you a simple food gift-wrapping idea that works great with a holiday cookie mix. All you need is a glass jar, some common crafts supplies, and a dose of creativity.
Keep things sweet but still good for you. These coconut oatmeal cookies have a dose of high-fiber flaxseed -- a great (and delicious) source of fiber.
Take a break from chocolate! Cranberries lend cheery holiday color while marshmallows and macadamia nuts combine for a satisfying texture in each mouthful.
Chocolate + hazelnuts = surefire new favorite. Already-tempting brownies benefit from mini marshmallows, toasted hazelnuts, and chocolate-hazelnut spread. Personalize to individual taste by adding either milk or dark chocolate pieces to the jar.
Festive green and red gumdrops make these easy cookies perfect for the holidays. Layer pieces of white chocolate in the jar; they'll melt atop the baked goods.
Looking for other ways to package food gifts? After you're a pro at making cookies in jar, try our other ideas for transforming tins, milk cartons, and doilies into clever cookie holders.
This holiday season, give the gift of a tasty dessert to friends and family with this classic cookie-in-a-jar recipe. Featuring layers of chocolate, toffee, coconut, and pecans, the crowd-pleasing cookie mix can be stored for up to a month.
The secret to these extra-crunchy cookies? A cup of crushed cornflakes! The cereal blends with flaked coconut and chopped pecans for a seriously indulgent cookie-in-a-jar recipe that's ready to gift in just 20 minutes.
Give cookies a tropical twist with dried apricots and chopped macadamia nuts. Creamy white chocolate pieces make the fruity treats even more indulgent.
Monster cookie fans, this one's for you. Candy-coated chocolate, toffee pieces, and roasted peanuts fill the easy cookie-in-a-jar recipe, which produces 30 crumbly cookies.
Dress up your food gifts with our pretty and easy embellishments. We have ideas for boxes, jars, dishes, tins, and bags. Even the person who has everything will love a delicious gift finished with handmade details.
Deliver nutty flavor to this classic cookie-in-a-jar recipe by swapping all-purpose flour for whole wheat flour. Mindful ingredients like golden raisins, dark chocolate, and toasted pecans complete the mouthwatering medley.
Creamy milk chocolate and fruit meet in this coconut-studded cookie-in-a-jar recipe. Sweet dried cherries add the perfect amount of zip to these loaded holiday cookies.
Get into the holiday spirit with our flaky Christmas macaroon mix. Candied cherries and orange peel add bright citrus flavor and color.
Get all your favorite cookie flavors in the format of a rich and crumbly blondie bar. This golden dessert mix yields 16 dense, buttery, and decadent dessert bars packed with toffee and pecans. Not a nut fan? Add coconut or cranberries to the mix!