Looking for the best mason jar recipes or cool ideas for a recipe to put in a jar? If you’ve not yet tried recipes in a jar, you’re about to be in for a treat. Easy to make ahead for lunch, perfect for giving a last minute Christmas gift, jar foods get creative and have all sorts of cool uses. Make cookie mix, salads and quick and easy holiday gifts. Learn how by follow the step by step tutorials. I love taking mason jar salads to work, and my co-workers always want to know what I am eating. For a quick make ahead lunch, I love nothing more.
If you are looking for an innovative way to bring your snacks or food from home to your workplace, this is the best new way to bring your lunch! Check out this healthy blog from Healthy Happy Life and make yourself some delicious Salad in a Jar! You can see a recipe on how to make a delicious Vegan Salad and how to layer them in the jar for better presentation.
This next recipe that we have for you is like your normal BLT Salad but with a cute little twist! Put it in a mason jar and the cuteness of this salad will definitely help your appetite! All you need is a mason jar and your normal ingredients for a BLT Salad, like; bacon, croutons, tomatoes, lettuce, some scallions, mayonnaise, milk, sour cream and some salt! Check out It All Started with Paint’s Blog for the complete recipe.
This next recipe that we have for you is not just easy to make but also very delicious and packed with healthy food. Check out the recipe from Pocket Change Gourmet’s Blog to make your own layers of lettuce, tomatoes, beans and more into a Taco Salad Jar! If you are looking for an easy way to create a meal that will not take too much of your time, this just might be the best meal for you.
In this next recipe you will learn to make a Chef Salad in a jar, all you will be needing for the salad is; Roma tomato, English cucumber, lean ham, lean turkey, hard boiled eggs, cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese, Romaine lettuce and Parmesan Vinaigrette. And for the dressing you will need; lemon juice, parmesan cheese, grain mustard, Worcestershire sauce, garlic clove, and olive or canola oil! And if you have all that ingredients in your house right now, all you need to do is check out Comfortably domestic for the recipe.
With spring and summer fast approaching, it is good to have lunch ready to go. If you like going to the park or beach when the weather is nice or if you like travelling to baseball games this spring, it is good to have lunch packed and ready to eat. Check out the complete recipe on Beach Body’s Blog to make your own grab and go Greek Zucchini Salad in a Mason Jar.
Everyone loves Mexican food, now this next recipe that we have will teach you to make a Mexican Salad in a Jar. This Mexican Salad takes less than a half an hour of effort to yield four lunches for the coming week! All the more for you to enjoy! You can check out A Zesty Bite’s Blog for the complete recipe on how to make your own Mexican Salad in a jar, and of course you can throw in some other things you like in there too.
This next recipe that we have will help you make your own Thai Mason Jar Salad. Fresh cilantro, scallions, bell pepper, carrots, plum tomatoes, broccoli, vermicelli rice noodles, leftover beef or steak or any other meat you like, spinach, watercress and arugula and the only spicy Thai dressing that makes this salad anything but boring. Don’t miss out oon this recipe and go check out Brit+Co’s Blog.
If you like Asian cuisine, this nest recipe might just be the perfect salad for you. It’s something different than the typical lunch time salad. Since the salad dressing sits at the bottom, all the vegetables stay nice and crunchy, and the dressing?? This is the only spicy peanut salad dressing you’ll ever want to put in your mouth again! Check out Foxes Love Lemons Blog for the complete recipe on how to make your very own Asian Noodle Salad in a Jar.
This Quinoa Salad in a Jar is a portable and healthy lunch that will get you through the work week deliciously! So go shake up your lunch routine and make your own Quinoa Salad in a jar! And besides, it’s really pretty. All you need is quinoa, water, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, lemon juice, maple syrup, dill, mushrooms, red pepper, zucchini, Roma tomatoes, and mixed baby greens! Check out the recipe from Yummy Mummy Club.
If you are someone who likes experimenting or spending your time in the kitchen, weather its cooking or eating, you probably are already familiar with the Seven Layered Salad. And if you are, you already know that the recipe makes a lot! So putting it on a jar to keep it for tomorrow or the whole week isn’t such a bad idea. Check out An Accomplished Woman and make your own Seven Layered Salad in a Jar.