Introduction: DIY Mason Jar Cookie Mix Wedding Favor
Mason Jar Cookie Mix are fabulous for WEDDING EVENT FAVORS. Cookie mix in a jar with tag attached with direction on how to make the cookies is the fun and Adorable gift on any Occasions. Here i made this mason jar cookie mix in wedding theme. The Ingredients which i used here is making for choco chip and nut cookies.
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Step 1: Materials Required
2 x 4 ounce Mason Jar
2 Purple Ribbon
2 Candle wick ( each 10 inch)
1 A4 size White sheet
Step 2: Ingredients for Cookie Mix
For each Mason Jar
1/8 cup flour
1/8 tsp baking soda
1 tbsp of brown sugar
1/2 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp of cashew nuts
1 1/2 tbsp mini chocolate chips
A pinch of salt
2 Mini Cookies
Step 3: Name Tag and Recipe Tag
I used online editing tool www.picmonkey.com for making these two tags.
I created two types of label. One for Name label and other for Cookie recipe label. Recipe Tag is very important because that will provide instructions on how to prepare and bake the cookies.
Once i done the editing, i took print out of the image in A4 sheet.
Trim the labels carefully using Scissor and punch the top corner of the recipe label alone. Insert candle wick on the hole. Recipe tag and name tag is ready.
I uploaded the recipe tag image. you can use that. In case you are designing your own, here is the instruction for the COOKIE MIX RECIPE:
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine 1 tbsp. butter (Room temperature), 1/8 tsp vanilla, and 1 egg yolk.
- Stir all ingredients into the dry mix until evenly combined.
- Form two small balls of dough and place at least 1-2 inches apart on cookie sheet.
- Bake for 4-5 minutes or until golden brown.
Step 4: Arrange the Ingredients in the Jar
Combine flour, baking soda and salt in bowl.
Then layer in jar in the order listed.
Repeat the same process for the next jar.
Step 5: Decoration
Stick the Name tag on the Mason jar lid using Glue.
Close the lid carefully.
Tie the recipe tag and ribbon on neck of the jar.