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Mason Jar Recipes You’ll Want to Make

1. Mason Jar Pizza: Fill the bottom of your Mason jar with pizza dough. Bake for 15-20 minutes, so it's nice and crisp. Then add your toppings: sauce, cheese, basil, pepperoni, whatever you like. Pop it in the oven again for another 20 minutes. Pizza will never be the same. Get the recipe at 1 Fine Cookie.

2. Mason Jar Mac and Cheese: Combine your fave mac and cheese recipe with chicken and veggies (like broccoli!) and place it in a Mason jar. Sprinkle breadcrumbs on top and bake. What comes out is a gooey, tasty dinner your kids will love. Get the recipe at Just Us Four.

3. Mason Jar Chili with Cornbread: Make your favorite chili recipe and spoon it in your jar. Then fill the rest of the jar with corn bread dough and place it in the oven. What comes out is a delicious goodness. Get the recipe at Iowa Girl Eats.

4. Mason Jar Burrito Salad: Fill a jar with quinoa, chicken, bacon, lettuce, cheese and plenty of cilantro. The trick is to fill the bottom of the jar with your dressing and place your greens on top. The salad stays fresher this way. Get the recipe at Strictly Delicious.

5. Mason Jar Shepherd's Pie: This recipe is heaven. Brown your ground beef and mix in your tomato base. Then fill the bottom of the jar with it. Then add a layer of corn, then your mashed potatoes. Pop in the oven until the potatoes brown. What's great is that it's a single serving and family members can add their favorite mix-in veggies. Remember, let the Mason jar cool completely before serving to your little one. Get the recipe at Cravings of a Lunatic.

6. Mason Jar Lasagna: Layer your jar with meat sauce, no boil lasagna noodles, cheese, noodles and then meat sauce again. Bake for 45 minutes and then let cool. Serve with a salad. Get the recipe at STL Cooks.

7. Mason Jar Chicken Pot Pie: Cut refrigerated piecrusts into quarters and press them into the jar so it's completely covered. Add cooked mixture inside. Then cover the jars with more dough and bake. Get the recipe at The Nerd's Wife.

8. Mason Jar Cheesecake: Layer your jar with a crushed cookies, brown sugar and butter mixture, then add a layer of cream cheese, sugar and heavy cream concoction. For your final touch, add a layer of sweet blueberries with sugar and lemon juice as your topping. Get the recipe at Brit + Co.

9. Mason Jar Cupcakes: Adorable for a birthday party, class party or even a Friday co-worker surprise (minus the candle), these easy to make cupcake jars will have everyone oohing and ahhing. Simply drop a cupcake in a jar, frost it, add sprinkles and repeat. This recipe also comes with a free printable design. Get the recipe at OnlineLabels.

10. Mason Jar Baked Fudge: Make your brownie mixture and then pop it in a Mason jar. Then you bake in the oven. The crust will be crisp and the inside still a bit gooey. Pure heaven. Get the recipe at Cravings of a Lunatic.

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