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How does one get it out of the jar, to eat it, without having to smash the glass? Let's face it, broken glass is not "Good Eats."

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post #17 of 24
Eat it with a spoon or fork.
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How does one get it out of the jar, to eat it, without having to smash the glass? Let's face it, broken glass is not "Good Eats."
They are only available to people with anteater tongues.
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Thinking about doing some mason jar cupcakes for a co-workers Bday. Any insight on these? Never used the jars before. What do you do with the jars afterwards, do you ask for them back? Any info would be greatly appreciated!! thanks

I actually sell these.. the 4oz jar are cute as pie.. and it fits perfectly 1 cupcake.. with frosting. the 8oz jars fits 2 cupcakez.  my customers keep the jars cause they paid for it.. But what i do is use a label on my jar.. with my logo.. (constant reminder) I just found a place that will affordable customize the jar with my logo i'm considering doing that.. but I have to figure the amount on that.. ---

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post #20 of 24
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OK,  I'm confused.  Are you actually baking the cupcake in the jar, or putting it in w/ frosting after baking?


Bake the traditional cupcake, when it is cool, remove the paper, break it, layer it in the jar with filling and icing, just as in the video. Mason jars are made to sustain the heat of jams, jellies, preserves (210-220 ish), but I don't believe they are intended to be oven proof, as in the temps needed for baking (325-350).

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How does one get it out of the jar, to eat it, without having to smash the glass? Let's face it, broken glass is not "Good Eats."
They are only available to people with anteater tongues.


You mean, Denobulans? Like Dr. Phlox, here:

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I actually sell these.. the 4oz jar are cute as pie.. and it fits perfectly 1 cupcake.. with frosting. the 8oz jars fits 2 cupcakez.  my customers keep the jars cause they paid for it.. But what i do is use a label on my jar.. with my logo.. (constant reminder) I just found a place that will affordable customize the jar with my logo i'm considering doing that.. but I have to figure the amount on that.. ---

Awesome! That's smart! I may try that if I do more cupcakes. Thanks!
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You mean, Denobulans? Like Dr. Phlox, here:


YES!!! Exactly!

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post #24 of 24
I baked them in the jars. I put them on a cookie sheet before i baked them. I would do one as a test just to make sure you use the correct amount of batter. Make sure to put the lids on right away so they seal tight.
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