Snack Like a Southerner: Fireball Snickerdoodles

Ingredients:
2 cups butter
2/3 cup powdered sugar
4 cups flour
1tbsp vanilla extract
1tbsp almond extract
1tbsp cinnamon
50mL Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey

Preheat oven to 325.

Step One:
Melt/soften butter.

Step Two:
In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, extracts, cinnamon, Fireball and butter. Mix well.

Step Three:
Shape into balls and place onto a cookie sheet.

Step Four:
Bake for 18 minutes.

Enjoy responsibly! 

Many Uses for Mason Jars

Canning
Whether you're pickling, saving, or jamming full of preserves, mason jars are the universal go to for all food preservation needs!
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Mini Kits
Convert any jar into a one stop kit for literally anything from sewing supplies, first aid, gifts and more!
Sewing Kit
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Energy, Pampering and Refreshment
(gunnysack)
Gingerbread House
(putitinajar)

Candy
Fill up a jars with jelly beans, chocolates and other confections and place them around your home. It makes for a sweet decoration.
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Candles
Make your own homemade candles for decoration or a fun gift. Check out some ideas and tutorials here, here, here and here.
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Organization
Organize and accessorize with mason jars! Keep your desk sorted, bathroom efficient, kitchen clear and more.
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Soap Dispenser
Convert a mason jar into a fun soap pump of your own design! Find out how to here, here or here.
(lovegrowswild)

Lighting
Mason jars can be used for absolutely a ton of different light sources or light projects for anywhere in your home. They can be string lights, chandeliers, lanterns, candles, firefly homes and even the base for a lamp!
Hanging Lights
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(homedit)
(brit)
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Photo Frame
Create a unique way to display your photos.
(photojojo)
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Air Freshener
With these fun ideas and recipes you can make an air freshener that smells as amazing as it looks.
(thistlewood)

Recipes
Putting together a fun recipe in a mason jar can make for not only a super easy dish, but a fun gift.
Redneck Couture Cookies

16 Easy Mason Jar Recipes
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Pizza in a Jar
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Stackable Salads
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Blueberry Pancakes
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Coconut Cream Pie
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Biscuits
(simplebites)
Pies
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Rice Krispie Treats
(prettyprudent)
Birthday Cake in a Jar
(babble)

Vase
Keep your flowers displayed in a neat way.
Painted Vases
(littlemissmomma)
Spray Painted Vases
(100layercake)
Solid Jars
(brit)

Party Favors
Not only do mason jars make great gifts, but epic small party favors.
Personalized or Message Jars
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Mason Jar Lids Bracelets
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Yummys
(southernweddings)

Leftover Storage
Use these jars to keep or toss your leftovers from paint to hot grease!
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Shakers
Salt, pepper, sugar.
Salt + Pepper
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Powdered Sugar
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Time Capsules
Store your memories forever from ticket stubs, pictures, theme park bands, concert tickets and more.
(countryliving)

Receipts
Organize your receipts so that they are easy to find from groceries, gas, gifts, possible returns and more. Perfect for tax season!

Wine Glasses
True Redneck Couture.

Snow Globes
Snow Globes can be fun projects all year round. Check out these fun tutorials.
5 Snow Globe Ideas for the Holidays
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Holiday Decorations or Ornaments
We may have a few months before the holidays, but there's no reason we can't get inspired now. Mason jars are excellent for holiday decorations from Halloween to Christmas.
Spooky Jars and Crafts
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Christmas Jars

14 Mason Jar Crafts You Need This Christmas
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25 Magical Ways to Use Mason Jars This Christmas
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Snowman Candle
(craftathome)

Mini Gardens
Grow things indoors and out using jars as garden pots. These are perfect for small herb gardens to rest in the kitchen or on a window sill.
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Cups
Mason jars come in so many styles and sizes that they can be converted into many different types of cups! You can dip them in pain, cover them with glitter, stencil them and more.
Polka Dot Glasses
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Sippy Cups
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Premixed Drinks
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Party Brunch Beverages
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Tumbler
(countryliving)
Stenciled
(mom4real)

Bird Feeder
Keep the birds and critters happy with this super fun bird feeder jar.
(littlehouseliving)

Character Jars
Create jars of all kinds from animals to Lego to famous stars.
Bunny Jars
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Lego Character
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Animals
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Special Jars
Keep special jars for special purposes: Wish Jar, Swear Jar, Rainy Day Fund, Found Change Jar, Found Objects Jar, etc.

Dispenser
Use the jars to dispense thread, twine or rope to make your crafts easy and mess free.
Buttons
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Twine
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Thread
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Terrarium or Aquarium
Create a fun nature environment in a jar with wildlife and plants.
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Gifts!
Mason jars are the perfect way to give gifts.

Bad Day Kits
Pamper Kits

25 Mason Jar Gift Ideas
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Monogram Marquee
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Silhouette Jar
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18 Creative Mason Jar Gift Ideas
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Weddings
From favors to lighting to centerpieces to glasses and more.
Groom's To Go Kit
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Rustic Wedding Mason Jar Ideas
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Wedding Day Kit
(acaserella)

Bath Salts, Lotions, and Body Scrubs
Keep clean and fresh with these fun mason jar ideas.
15 Sugar Scrub Crafts
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Wind Chime
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Cupcake Transports
Use these jars to bring yummy treats from point A to point T (for tummy!)
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Want some more ideas? Check out here, here, here, here, and here!

 

DIY: Redneck Couture Cookies

These make for excellent housewarming gifts or quick and easy emergency party favorites! These jars are pre made cookies for quick and easy baking. These recipes are originals that have been inspired by Redneck Couture's Boot Bling

Step One: Gather your materials!


-mason jar
-cookie ingredients
-measuring utensils
-paper towels

Couture Cookie #1: The Sue Ellen
Oatmeal Toffee Cookies

Ingredients:
(for the jar)
3/4 cup flour
1 cup rolled oats
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup crushed Werther's Original candy

1/4 cup (half stick) butter
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 egg

Unwrap your candies. CRUSH 'EM. This can be done a variety of cleaner ways, but I took a meat mallet to these lil guys. It worked, but it was a bit of a mess. I suggest putting the candies in a ZipLoc baggie before crushing them, that way, all of the pieces stay in the bag.

Place your jar on the paper towel, this will come in handy. Measure out your dry ingredients. Pour them one by one into the jar, stacking style. Start with the largest quantities first, or if you want to make it look artsy you can stack them by color. 

Whatever doesn't make it into the jar, pour off of the paper towel into the jar. It's easier to use the paper towel as a funnel than pouring the ingredients in straight.


Print out the recipe card and you're done!

Couture Cookie #2: The Anna
Bourbon-Cranberry-Walnut-White Chocolate Cookie

Ingredients:
(for the jar)

1 1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 3/4 cup flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
3/4 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup walnut pieces
1/4 cup white chocolate chips (optional) 

1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup (one stick) butter
1/4 cup bourbon

Place your jar on the paper towel, this will come in handy. Measure out your dry ingredients. Pour them one by one into the jar, stacking style. Start with the largest quantities first, or if you want to make it look artsy you can stack them by color. Whatever doesn't make it into the jar, pour off of the paper towel into the jar. It's easier to use the paper towel as a funnel than pouring the ingredients in straight.

Print out the recipe card and you're done!

Couture Cookie #3: The Scarlett Rose
White Chocolate Craisin Oatmeal Cookies

Ingredients:
(for the jar)
3/4 cup flour
1 cup oats
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
3/4 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup craisins
1/3 cup white chocolate chips

1/4 cup butter (half stick)
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla extract

Place your jar on the paper towel, this will come in handy. Measure out your dry ingredients. Pour them one by one into the jar, stacking style. Start with the largest quantities first, or if you want to make it look artsy you can stack them by color. Whatever doesn't make it into the jar, pour off of the paper towel into the jar. It's easier to use the paper towel as a funnel than pouring the ingredients in straight.

 

Print out the recipe card and you're done!