Ready to be a part of the new dessert trend? Well, 150 Best Desserts in a Jar by Andrea Jourdan will certainly help. This fun cookbook details how to create desserts in a jar for all kinds of celebrations–and tastes.
150 Best Desserts in a Jar by Andrea Jourdan Cookbook Review
Who knew that desserts in a jar could be so taste-tempting? These aren’t boring desserts. These recipes are fabulous, have perfect presentation, can often be made ahead, and what’s more, they are fast to fix.
What are some of the things I enjoy about this cookbook devoted to desserts in a jar? No complicated ingredients. No pages long instruction. No hassle, period.
Instead, each recipe is concise and to the point–a very good thing to find in a cookbook. The layered look of the desserts is sure to impress any guest–young or old.
Desserts in a Jar
There are many recipes that sound phenomenal. From Pear and Almond Crumble to Burnt Orange Creme Brulee to Banana Pudding with Salted Caramel Sauce, there’s a wealth of unique dessert recipes here.
The gorgeous, full-color image for Chocolate Hazelnut Cream Pudding certainly caught my eye. If I know my husband and boys, well, I believe it will be a win with all of them, too.
With so many chocolate lovers in this house, I was happy to see that there was plenty to satisfy our sweet tooth.
Dessert Made Easy
I love the ease of preparation and the gorgeous end result. I’ve decided to include a few more of my new favorite cookbooks. I bought myself the first one after thumbing through my friend’s. My mother gave me the vintage cookbook. They are affiliate links.
We Hoosiers love our canning jars, don’t we? I know that we tend to hang on to way more than we will ever use for canning. I am no exception. Finally, there’s a way you can reuse your canning jars that doesn’t have to do with home decor.
Find or special order 150 Best Desserts in a Jar by Andrea Jourdan Cookbook at an Indiana bookstore near you. They will do their best to hunt it down.
I’ve love to hear about your adventures creating your own desserts in a jar. If you made one of the recipes in the cookbook, I’d love to know how it turned out–as well as your tweaks.
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