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Upcycled Baby Food Jars: Rainbow Cake in A Jar

Nothing is more fun than eating Rainbow or Tie dye Cake with Vanilla Frosting out of a Jar!

Nothing is more fun than eating Rainbow or Tie dye Cake with Vanilla Frosting out of a Jar!

Homemade birthday cake in a mason jar. Perfect for sending to soldiers overseas!

Homemade birthday cake in a mason jar. Perfect for sending to soldiers overseas!

Tips.  Use at least 6 8-ounce jars and never fill more than one half full. Grease the inside of your jars. Wipe out any batter that clings to the sides. Cakes bake faster – check on them. While jars are hot, screw the caps on.  They seal! Refrigerate the jars until you’re ready to eat them. Use 2 separate cake batters (chocolate cake and a vanilla cake).

Tips. Use at least 6 8-ounce jars and never fill more than one half full. Grease the inside of your jars. Wipe out any batter that clings to the sides. Cakes bake faster – check on them. While jars are hot, screw the caps on. They seal! Refrigerate the jars until you’re ready to eat them. Use 2 separate cake batters (chocolate cake and a vanilla cake).

Sending a Birthday cake to deployed service members! Sending my hubby one!!! <3   Bake in a mason jar and put the lid on while the cake is hot.The jar will seal and the cake is thought to last about six months! Send icing along and decorate the jar with ribbons, stickers, glass paint, etc! I can't wait to send one!

Sending a Birthday cake to deployed service members! Sending my hubby one!!! <3 Bake in a mason jar and put the lid on while the cake is hot.The jar will seal and the cake is thought to last about six months! Send icing along and decorate the jar with ribbons, stickers, glass paint, etc! I can't wait to send one!

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