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This Great Gifts in a Jar recipe book is the ultimate resource for inexpensive gifts that you can give during the holidays or for special occasions and is a thoughtful way to show your appreciation to family, friends, acquaintances or co-workers.
You could use any of your favorite recipes to make a Gift in a Jar. However, we have made it much easier by providing 227 great recipe ideas that you can add to your own creations.

GIJ also explains items that you will need to create your Gift in a Jar, how to layer the ingredients, plus much more.

Following is a list of just some of the awesome recipes that are this book:
Apple Cake in a Jar
Banana Nut Bread Baked in a Jar
Cranberry Hootycreeks
Crazy Cake Mix in a Jar
Gourmet Cookie Mix in a Jar
Friendship Soup Mix in a Jar
North Pole Candied Pecans
Santa’s Spiced Walnuts
Scottish Shortbread
Snickerdoodle Mix in a Jar
Sugared Goobers
Warm Spiced Cranberry Cider Mix
White Chocolate Macadamia Cookie Mix

If you want to save money throughout the year then you need to purchase our Great Gifts in a Jar Recipe book today.

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ISBN: 9781458194299
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