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    Copycat Pizza Factory Breadsticks-probably the best breadsticks you'll ever eat!

    So, good we made these one sunday for lunch and added buttered garlic to the top when we baked it.

    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!)

    Gorgonzola Garlic Bread, for camping, make it and wrap in foil, put at the grill on the campfire and let it heat while fixing meal

    I will wait for cooler days to try this. But having homemade sourdough sounds amazing!

    Monkey Bread Muffins. Traditional Monkey Bread gets a mini makeover when it’s baked in muffin cups and drizzled with cream cheese icing.

    Monkey Bread in a Jar (or Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread). Ooey gooey pieces of pastry glazed in cinnamon sugar in a neat little personal sized jar.

    50 Different Foods You Can Put in a Jar. Good idea for picnics or homemade lunches to go! (Heavy, but more leakproof than Tupperware containers.)

    Peach Cobbler in a Mason Jar What you’ll need: {makes 4 individual servings} 21 ounces of peach pie filling 1/2 cup bisquick mix 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup sugar pinch salt 1/4 cup butter – melted What to do: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 2. Place a silpat {or other silicon mat} into a deep sided ovenproof baking dish. Spray 4 – 4 ounce mason jars with cooking spray and place them onto silpat 3. Into a bowl add: bisquick mix, milk, sugar and salt. Stir to combine. Add melted butter. Stir. Set aside. 4. Put approximately 3-4 peach slices/filling into each mason jar. Top with 1-2 tablespoons of batter per jar. 3. Bake for approximately 30-35 or until top is golden and bubbly. 4. Jars should be cool to touch prior to serving.

    Cherry crisp in mason jars. Cute, rustic and color fits the scheme AND alaina loves it