This jar is ready to be gifted.
I am Holiday lagged and wishing that the long weekend did not have to end.
Bake or microwave until done.
Let cool a bit then Serve warm topped with vanilla.
These cookie mixes are great for holiday gift giving.You can use Oat and almond flour or other flours as well.I expected disastrous results, but again met with cookie success.Or scoop the dough into balls and chill airtight until ready to bake, up to 1 week.Alternative Baker the variation listed under the Teff Oatmeal Cookies with Whiskey Currants. .I hope it does!This is probably the recipe from the book I make most often when Im craving something quick and sweet late at night or on a rainy day.And they make for cute and perfect gifts too.Layer the ingredients in a jar for a pretty gift.Cookie, Bread Desert Mixes in a Jar Recipes.
Add the mixed dry ingredients.
Change instructions to accordingly.
Variations: Substitute the non dairy milk with pumpkin puree or applesauce.The cake mix is in the jar.The recipe would need slight alterations instead of adding the hot melted butter to the sugar, then stirring in the egg, then the flours, the egg and butter would have to be added directly to the dry ingredients.Most mason jars are not safe to bake in, so check the jars before baking.But time was running out.It was too late to develop and shoot an entirely new recipe, so, on a whim, I swapped out the nutmeg and currants for a mess of chopped bittersweet chocolate, in the hopes that I could sneak in just one more variation, but sure that.So this holiday season, keep an eye out on the blog for things in jars.Ingredients: Jar (4 oz Flours:.5 Tbsp brown rice flour 1 Tbsp buckwheat flour (or sorghum sniper rifle 300 win mag or amaranth flour) 1 loaded tsp ground cashew (or almond or other nuts) 1/8 tsp baking powder a pinch of baking soda 1/2 tsp flaxmeal 2 Tbsps ground raw.To my surprise and delight, the recipe was far sturdier than expected.
Spoon the tapioca flour gently over the teff flour to create the second layer, rapping the jar on the counter again.