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    Kelly Tanner
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    I was thinking of making some gifts in a jar for Christmas this year. In most of the recipes that I havethe receiver would need to cream their own butter/margarine with eggs....My question is has anyone ever made a GIAJ with the powdered egg relacement? and if so does it work or do you need real eggs?

    TIA,

    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia





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    Marie Elena ChaCha
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    Hi Kelly,

    I was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
    As for gifts in a jar, one year I did a meal in a jar, (chili, corn bread, salad dressing for salad, ice tea and a dessert.
    They enjoyed it when it came their way.



    Marie Elene
    southeast Michigan






    To: Frugal_Moms_Living@yahoogroups.com; Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: kellytanner@eastlink.ca
    Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 18:54:59 -0300
    Subject: Budget101.com : Gift in a jar question






    I was thinking of making some gifts in a jar for Christmas this year. In most of the recipes that I havethe receiver would need to cream their own butter/margarine with eggs....My question is has anyone ever made a GIAJ with the powdered egg relacement? and if so does it work or do you need real eggs?

    TIA,

    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia





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    Carolyn Moen
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    Marie...how did you package this? I love jar gifts. I have only done soup and

    cookie mixes in Mason Jars. Please advise..thanks!






  4. #4
    Kelly Tanner
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    That is a cool idea...I'll have to keep that one in mind.


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    Hi Kelly,
    I was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
    As for gifts in a jar, one year I did a meal in a jar, (chili, corn bread, salad dressing for salad, ice tea and a dessert.
    They enjoyed it when it came their way.

    Marie Elene
    southeast Michigan





    To: Frugal_Moms_Living@yahoogroups.com; Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: kellytanner@eastlink.ca
    Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 18:54:59 -0300
    Subject: Budget101.com : Gift in a jar question






    I was thinking of making some gifts in a jar for Christmas this year. In most of the recipes that I havethe receiver would need to cream their own butter/margarine with eggs....My question is has anyone ever made a GIAJ with the powdered egg relacement? and if so does it work or do you need real eggs?

    TIA,

    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia





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    Marie Elena ChaCha
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    Hi Carolyn,



    As for the packaging for the gifts in a jar, what I did was packed it in ziploc bags, but the clincher was I used Christmas fabric and made gift bags-you can find cloth bags at some of the dollar or craft stores- and wrapped it.



    Take care,



    Marie Elene






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    Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:19:10 -0700
    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Gift in a jar question






    Marie...how did you package this? I love jar gifts. I have only done soup and cookie mixes in Mason Jars. Please advise..thanks!


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    Marlene Plemel
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    Marie Elene,

    What a terrific idea! I have done individual jars but never a complete meal.

    Marlene

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    From: Marie Elena ChaCha <chachaslider@hotmail.com>
    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Gift in a jar question
    To: budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 3:13 PM


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    Hi Kelly,
    I was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
    As for gifts in a jar, one year I did a meal in a jar, (chili, corn bread, salad dressing for salad, ice tea and a dessert.
    They enjoyed it when it came their way.

    Marie Elene
    southeast Michigan





    To: Frugal_Moms_ Living@yahoogrou ps.com; Budget101_@yahoogro ups.com
    From: kellytanner@ eastlink. ca
    Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 18:54:59 -0300
    Subject: Budget101.com : Gift in a jar question






    I was thinking of making some gifts in a jar for Christmas this year. In most of the recipes that I havethe receiver would need to cream their own butter/margarine with eggs....My question is has anyone ever made a GIAJ with the powdered egg relacement? and if so does it work or do you need real eggs?

    TIA,

    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia



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  7. #7
    Liss
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    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">>>What a terrific idea! I have done individual jars but never a complete meal. <<
    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">
    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">Just a note, there is a section on our site for this:
    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">
    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">Gift Basket Meals
    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">http://www.budget101.com/giftbasketmeals.htm
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    <SPAN class="593530812-15082008">~Liss



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    Liss
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    <SPAN class="281490015-15082008">>> don't get it!! Do you put eaxh item in a seperate baggie and then in the jar? <<
    <SPAN class="281490015-15082008">
    <SPAN class="281490015-15082008">View the photos in the link and you'll get it.



 

 
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