11 Meals You Can Make In A Mason Jar Because Who Needs To Be Bothered With Real Dishes?
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11 Meals You Can Make In A Mason Jar Because Who Needs To Be Bothered With Real Dishes?

It's time to ditch the bowls and plates.

11 Meals You Can Make In A Mason Jar Because Who Needs To Be Bothered With Real Dishes?

Food in jars is all the rage, and it's easy to see why. There's no messy clean-up, and let's be honest, they're aesthetically pleasing. It's all I see scrolling through Pinterest. So here is a list of my favorite food recipes that can now be truly Instagram worthy. Jar not included.

1. Cinnamon Apple Pie Overnight Oats

Cinnamon Apple Overnight Oats


Do you love Apple Pie but not the extra sugar and calories? This is your perfect breakfast! Recipe here.

2. Strawberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats

Strawberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats


Another dessert for breakfast recipe and I love how healthy it is! The greek yogurt has tons of protein and the chia seeds are basically a superfood-great source of antioxidants, omega-3, calcium, iron, and even more protein! Recipe here.

3. Birthday Cake Overnight Oats

Birthday Cake Overnight Oats


You'll have to run to your local GNC or even scroll through Amazon for two of the ingredients, but this yummy treat is less than 250 calories. With Sprinkles! Recipe here.

4. Sausage, Spinach, & Pepper Omelette In A Jar

Sausage, Spinach, & Pepper Omelette In A Jar


No oats here, let's change it up! This one is made of yummy sausage, cheese, spinach, peppers, and mushrooms. You can substitute any veggies you want, but this specific concoction clocks in at around 300 calories! Recipe here.

5. Salted Caramel Iced Coffee

Salted Caramel Iced Coffee


Okay, okay. It's not food. But save that trip to Starbucks and make your own delicious start to the day! Recipe here.

6. Bacon & Eggs, Topped With Avocado, Tomato & Basil

Bacon And Eggs In A Mason Jar Topped With Avocado, Tomato, & Basil


I'm biased to this one because I loved all of the ingredients. This combo won't only be tasty, it'll keep you full! Recipe here.

7. Cereal Yogurt Parfaits 

Apple Jacks, Froot Loops, and Frosted Flakes Yogurt Parfaits In A Jar


This has busy mornings with kids written all over it! Just grab your favorite cereal, yogurt, and fruit! How to here.

8. Chicken Pot Pie (In Mason Jars!)

Chicken Pot Pie In A Mason Jar


Making these cute little pies in the jars makes portion control easy! Recipe here.

9. Pizza In A Jar

Pizza In A Mason Jar


Mamma mia! What can't you put in a glass contraption? Recipe here.

10. Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad

Caprese Salad In A Jar


Mozzarella, tomato, and oregano make this salad perfect for lunch or dinner! Recipe here.

11. Chili With Cornbread Topping

Chili In A Jar With Decor


For cold winter nights, or pretty much anytime you want! Recipe here.

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