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I Made These For Friends And Family Last Year And They Were a Huge Hit!
The end of last year was a little crazy for me and I felt bad for not being able to make a bunch of homemade gifts for everyone in my family. It’s not like I had to do it, but making gifts is the one thing that always puts me on the perfect holiday mood, and it’s such a wonderful feeling when you see how much your friends and family appreciate it.
At the very last minute I decided to search for crazy easy gift ideas, and that’s when the words “cookie mix in a jar” popped up on Facebook. I knew that was it! So I asked around and got this brilliant recipe from my friend.
I had almost all of the ingredients at hand, so I just picked up some mason jars and chocolate chips, and I was ready to go. I printed out the instructions on how to bake the cookies, filled the jars, decorated with pretty ribbons and I think I was all done in less than an hour. Pretty awesome, if you ask me!
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Quick Tip: You could use half chocolate chips, half M&M’s for these.