Apple Crisps in a Jar

It’s Still All Things in a Jar Over Here

Last year I went mad for all manner of desserts in a jar as party favors.  First I tried mixed berry pies in a jar for Easter.  Then there was the whole cupcakes in a jar thing for a birthday brunch.  Next up was the pesto cum hostess gift in a jar bit.  And the madness just continues.  While everyone else is busy pinning the cutest drink ever in the whole of history in a mason jar - I am still wagging the dessert tail.  I know, I know.  Desserts are so 2010.  And mason jars are so 2011 but they are still proving to be country strong in ‘12.  Jars, I just can’t seem to quit you.


As soon as I began conceiving of desserts in a jar, I have been dying to do mini apple crisps. With Fall on the brain I finally gave in to that temptation island of crisps in a jar.

This go round was purely a trial run to test out cook time and the proper apple to crumb ratio.  Verdict:  I need wide mouth half pint jars (which are typically only available online) and more of each of the apple/crumble ratio as the apples, much like with pie, bake down.  Also, my apple cubes should be a bit smaller.  Once I started paring the apples, my distracto brain sort of forgot that they were going into small jars rather than the standard baking dish.  I blame Alabama Shakes – there may or may not also have been dancing happening at this time. But all in all – I declare a moderate victory.  Believe you me, these will be in the Fall rotation with some lidded burlap and twine action.  But then again, I will have probably moved on to some sort of pumpkin bread/mousse situation in a jar by next week.

Speaking of jars, or rather glass, tune in tomorrow for another one of my etched glass giveaways.

Happy Humps to all you lovely lady lumps.

All photos and layouts by mrs. V unless otherwise noted
kisses, mrs. V


Anonymous said...

I r.e.a.l.l.y want this recipe.
Please make adjustments and post.




Dawn said...

okay, honestly...could you be any more martha stewart? and, your next blog topic -- how you get all this amazing stuff done & still feed your family, clean your house & play with your kids. Great job!

Three Sisterz said...

love the jars! do ever use vintage ones? i love vintage jars!