Valentine Cookies In A Jar

♥Courtesy Is Contagious♥ Valentine Cookies In A Jar Ingredients & Recipe for cookies How to assemble your jar below the recipe Mason Canning Jars (I used Wide Mouth Mason Jars) 1 1/3 Cup all purpose flour, leveled 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt 1 Cup cooking oats ¾ Cup M&M (seasonal is always fun) ¾ semi-sweet chocolate chips ½ cup brown sugar, packed ½ cup white sugar 1/3-1/2 cup chopped pecans (optional) Stir all dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Add: 1 slightly beaten egg ½ Cup butter (melted slightly) 1 teaspoon vanilla Mix wet ingredients into dry ingredients. Use the back of a large spoon to work it all together. You may need to use your hands to get it all incorporated. Roll the cookie dough into 1 ½ inch balls, place on a parchment covered baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes in a preheated oven. HOW TO ASSEMBLE: First: flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt Second: oats Third: M&Ms Fourth: chocolate chips Fifth: brown sugar Sixth: white sugar Seventh: chopped pecans (optional) Pack each level very tight otherwise it will not fit. Cut out a 6 inch square out of your favorite material to put on top of your jar. Label your jar with Valentine cookies and add a tie for decorations. **Do not forget your baking instructions to attach to your jar.** Label should read: Preheat oven To 350 degrees Stir dry ingredients in A large bowl and add: ½ Cup butter almost melted 1 slightly beaten egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

This is my entry to Threadbanger’s Contest for the best tutorial video in creating something you made yourself. So since Valentines Day is around the corner, I decided to do a tutorial video on my version of my Valentines Day Cookies. Tutorial video on my DIY cookie cutter: Ingredients: 1 stick of butter (1/2 cup) at room temperature 3/4 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 1/3 cup flour 1 tsp milk 1 cup of powdered sugar Piping bag for frosting (or use a ziplock bag and just cut a tiny hole at the tip) Food coloring Jolly Ranchers (or any hard candy)

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  1. VampyRagDoll says:

    I love it!

  2. AliciaD0217 says:

    I made this and my jar wasnt all the way full like hers…there was a little bit of room left at the top. IDK if I did something wrong or maybe have a different jar? its a mason jar though looks just like the one that shes using.

  3. TheBrokenPoeter says:

    @snsdlovermuahahaha It’s the ingredients for cookies minus the wet ingredients. btw, i love your username…SNSD <3

  4. snsdlovermuahahaha says:

    i dont understand with this cookie.. Are u gonna eat just like that? I mean those flour,oat,sugar are u eat it raw?

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  6. Alicia9105 says:

    what kind of oats again? very cute cookie jar. I help my mom make similar ones like these.The bottom of a cup will help pack down the cookie mixture and have less mess. Thank you for sharing this cute valentines project with us!

  7. LindzeeKeem says:

    This is Bakerella’s Cowgirl Cookies, recipe …

  8. popstar598 says:

    Valentine Cookies In A Jar / Grupo Ligero Las Horas Negras

  9. pinayatlove9 says:


  10. learningcakes says:

    Are cooking oats same as old fashioned oats like quacker oats?if not..what can i substitute?

  11. lindayyyyful says:

    ur so fat its sexy i wanna take a bite outa ur chubaca cookie

  12. blaquewildfire says:

    Clever idea hun love the cookies also

  13. elicub16 says:

    awsomeee yummy!

  14. QueenLeilani says:

    @gilllovejb your question was “if my oven only offer the highest degree of 250′c can i make it to 375′c ? please ans me thanks” – my answer is 375 Fahrenheit converted into Celsius is 190′c. hope that helps.

  15. Rayagirl100 says:

    Yay look so fun to make I’m gonna make some

  16. Annabel Pereyra says:

    OMG that was awesome! You make it so easy! I’m deffinitely gonna try these for Valentine’s :D

  17. QueenLeilani says:

    Thanks! Awesome…show me a video or picture of it when you’re done. I’d love to see it. =)

  18. TheLovableLexie says:

    The icing makes it look really pretty…I’m going to try this tonight :-)

  19. XXloverbabeXX1 says:

    your so creative to make cookies and cookie cutter this has been my most fav vid ever

  20. Vesta2Hestia says:

    They look so pretty! you’re video is easy to understand too. I will try it.

  21. Franzieme says:

    this is so cool! pretty! and really looks yummy! I will do try and do this (:

  22. 36cokiie says:

    is a sugar glass?

  23. makeupNdesign says:

    Too pretty too eat!! Of course that would never stop me from eating them, lol ;)

  24. SarahJeanWalker says:

    wow, yummy too bad i didint take so long for the dought to do what it has to do in the fridge!

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  26. ladyphat85 says:

    i should’ve took pics, they’re all gone lol they came out great thank u!!

  27. sushilovesfood says:


  28. tortolita07 says:

    Yummy! they look so pretty…too pretty to eat but would still eat em =) 

  29. QueenLeilani says:

    wow that’s amazing! i’d love to see how your cookies came out. i bet your daughter and her classmates appreciated it. =)

  30. ladyphat85 says:

    thanks i followed u step by step as i made cookies for my daughters kindergarden class!

  31. 94Marquitos says:

    good, have a great day!!!!!!!! =)

  32. QueenLeilani says:

    hahaha….thank you so much. i do love baking. who knows…i just might have my own bakery one day. =) have you seen my newest video? it’s of a cake i made.

  33. QueenLeilani says:

    thank you so much! =)

  34. QueenLeilani says:

    wow! what a compliment! totally made my day. thank you. =)

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