Are you ready for some more Christmas Printables. I shared 40+ Free Christmas Prints yesterday and am sharing even more today. I’ve teamed up with some friends to provide lots of great inspiration for you today.
If you’ve followed the blog for awhile you’ll have seen the Cookie Mix in a Jar Gift I’ve done a few times with different themes/holidays. This time, it’s Christmas. How could I not make one for my favorite holiday?! 😉
The best thing abut this gift is it can easily be made in bulk for only a few bucks each. Perfect!
Here is how you can make this Christmas Cookie Jar Gift Idea too!
– Quart Jar
– Cookie Ingredients (found below)
– Printable (found below)
– Washi Tape
1. Clean your jars and let dry completely.
2. Fill your jars. Start with 1 ½ cups flour, ½ tsp. baking soda, 1/s tsp. baking powder, ½ tsp. salt.
Then add ½ cup brown sugar followed by ½ cup sugar.
Then add 2/3 cup chopped Christmas M&Ms.
Top off with 2/3 cup whole Christmas M&Ms.
3. From there you will SAVE the print/recipe tag by CLICKING on the image above and then RIGHT-CLICKING and SAVING.
Then open it in a program like word and print. It should be about 2.25 inches x 4 inches which fits the jar perfectly. I suggest printing onto cardstock so the recipe can be more durable for later use.
Tape onto your jar and then tie some twine around.
4. You can embellish the top by putting some washi tape on it. Just makes it look even cuter.
For some more Free Christmas Prints be sure to check out:
The instructions don’t say what size to make the cookies. Teaspoons? Or baker’s preference?
Cute idea! When I printed the recipe it came out 4 x 6, what did I do wrong? It’s too big for the quart jar and if I trim it, I will cut off the pattern off.
You have to open it in a program like WORD and re-size it to what you want it to be. I usually make mine 2.25 x 4 inches and it its perfectly. 😉
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Hi Kristyn, This is the first time I have visited you site, love it. I really love the Cookie in a Jar idea. This would make a great gift. I think the worst part of baking is getting everything together. I usually find out I’m missing something. I also have been looking for Home Made Gifts to carry in our Store. I have a little Gift Shop/Convenience Store, I think this would be perfect. Thanks so much.
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Are the mason jars quart size regular or widemouth?
Widemouth – found them at Target. 😉
There is a misprint on the printable card. In the directions you say you need 1 egg and then it says to add the eggs. I made the dough and it was very crumbly so I added another egg and it was fine. What is the correct M and M holiday cookie recipe and can you please correct the beautiful printable card? Thanks so much!
Can you clarify how much egg, oil, butter, and vanilla into the recipe? I noticed that you did not include the measurement and it would be hard for people who don’t usually bake to figure it out. Thank you.
The measurements are on the jar 🙂 That would be hard to guess. Thanks so much!
Nevermind, I see the amount now. My mistake!
Is there any way to get a format with four on a sheet of the M & M Christmas cookies printable? It would save a lot of card stock as I am planning to make quite a few. Thank you!!
Love this. Thank you for sharing.
I may have overlooked this, but how many cookies will this make per jar? Thank you so much!
It’ll make about a dozen larger cookies, maybe 2 dozen (or a little less) smaller cookies.
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