Mason Jar Recipes
Vegan Mango Lassi Overnight Oatmeal Parfait - Also gluten free, healthy, vegetarian - A delicious and clever marrying of a lassi (an Indian yogurt drink) and good ole oatmeal. The yogurt in this recipe is vegan. This recipe is also gluten free (note: if you have celiac disease or have gluten intolerance, make sure the oats are gluten free; ditto for irritable bowel syndrome). Know What Yo
Vegan Mango Lassi Overnight Oatmeal Parfait
We make these each week on Sundays. Usually they are GONE within only a few days, but they will last 6-7 days! Super simple recipe inside :) People keep asking where I get my jars, these are the exact jars I use! amzn.to/FUycPO
I Love Pinterest: The Amazing Mason Jar Salads!
Overnight Oats - Follow recipe for quick steel cut oats, but instead of leaving the oats in a pot overnight, transfer to a few mason jars. All you have to do the next day is microwave your jar of oats and add in the healthy mix-ins! The recipe is enough for about five servings, meaning you'll have a fiber-filled breakfast all week.
I had this for the first time visiting in Alabama years ago- they called it bubble bread. It is DIVINE. And everything is better in a mason jar! (Plus it prevents you from eating the whole darn loaf!)
Taco salad in a mason jar- because somewhere along the way, glass replaced shells in tastiness.
mason jar breakfast casserole. Bake ahead, refrigerate, heat up when ready to eat. These actually worked really well! They were relatively easy, delicious, and refrigerated to be reheated later surprisingly well.
Could Angela Liddon get any more incredible? I think not. This recipe was so so so fresh and delicious! And I love the mason jar concept, I had lunch all ready to go for me for five days straight! My body and tastebuds would start to crave it as soon as I got up in the morning.
received many emails from my readers about my eating habits, what specifically I had placed in the jars, and how I stay trim. In Part 2 I will give more details about the Mason Jar Meals I made for me and my family, including recipes and some more ideas I have for future Mason Jar Meals. Oh and don’t forget to signup for my feeds, my newsletter, and FB Fan page so you don’t miss a trick!