One of the most popular ways to receive a cocktail is in a mason jar. Indeed, mason jars do in fact belong in the world of food. In the 1950s, mason jars, with their lids that create vacuum seals, were used to preserve a variety of foods. It’s only fitting, then, that today more and more different kinds of foods are being presented in jars. Cocktails are so old hat; here are some of our favourite innovations!
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Jello fits perfectly into the jar, and like salads looks so colourful!
Mixing together any kind of grains, fruits and yogurt in a jar will make any breakfast more interesting.
Move over tubs, mason jars are ice cream’s new home.
Mason jars were originally used to preserve food, so it makes sense that pickles belong in them.
Now here’s an unusual one; but it works. Try it!
Cheesecake in a jar is a trend that we absolutely love; there’s so much more in a jar than in a slice.
Jam be jammin’ in their jars!