I love the idea of Mason Jar dessert recipes. They look so cute, and they are so easy to make and clean up.
So what is a Mason Jar Recipe?
A Mason Jar is a specific type of jar used for canning. It has been around for a long time (1858, according to one source) but recently has seen a resurgence as people have realized how practical, easy and cheap they are.
You can use them in many different ways, but for the purpose of this post, we are looking at recipes that you can easily make in a Mason Jar. The idea is that you have a recipe that can be individualized and put into the Mason Jar. Then it can be easily held, transported, and stored!
What If I Don’t Have A Mason Jar?
You don’t need an actual Mason Jar to make these recipes- any jar will do! You can buy glass jars at the store or repurpose old glass jars from other food items. Tomato sauce jars, jelly jars, pickle jars- you can use any and all of them if you wash them really well.
15 Tasty Mason Jar Dessert Recipes
- Red Velvet Cake Jars by Cooked by Julie
- Strawberry Cheesecake Jars by Garlic Salt + Lime
- Coconut Mousse by The Food Blog
- Berries and Cream Parfaits by Bright-Eyed Baker
- Peach Jar Cakes by More with Less
- Vegan Biscoff Cheesecakes by Baked by Clo
- Black Forest Trifles by Fly Me To The Vegan Buffet
- Baked Saskatoon Berry Cheesecake by Food Meanderings
- Mason Jar Peach Cobblers by Organically Addison
- Caramel Apple Crisps by My Gluten-Free Kitchen
- Banana Pudding by Sugar + Soul
- Cupcakes in a Jar by The Typical Mom
- Oreo Cheesecake Parfaits by Spend with Pennies
- Raspberry Chocolate Mousse by Keep Calm and Eat Ice Cream
- Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecakes by Garlic Salt + Lime
Now… the gorgeous pictures!
Red Velvet Cake Jars by Cooked by Julie
These red velvet cake jars would be perfect for taking along on a picnic! Of course, I can’t say no to red velvet cake on a good day, but the presentation of this dessert makes it irresistible!
Strawberry Cheesecake Jars by Garlic Salt + Lime
Serve the flavor of summer in a portable package with these strawberry cheesecake jars! So pretty and delicious!
Coconut Mousse by The Food Blog
Craving something elegant and maybe a little tropical? This coconut mousse is just the thing.
Berries and Cream Parfaits by Bright-Eyed Baker
Berries and cream come together to create a luscious summer dessert that is only made better when served in a cute jar!
Peach Jar Cakes by More with Less
These jars are so good they are a peach of a treat! Perfect for a summer gathering.
Vegan Biscoff Cheesecakes by Baked by Clo
Vegans will love these dreamy biscoff cheesecakes! They are perfect for a sweet everyone can enjoy!
Black Forest Trifles by Fly Me To The Vegan Buffet
Trifle is such a great dessert for a crowd! These black forest trifles are dark and totally decadent!
Baked Saskatoon Berry Cheesecake by Food Meanderings
Baked berry cheesecakes in mason jars are just the thing for a single serving to enjoy after dinner.
Mason Jar Peach Cobblers by Organically Addison
Could peach cobblers get any better? Only if they are prepared in little jars, of course!
Caramel Apple Crisps by My Gluten-Free Kitchen
Banana Pudding by Sugar + Soul
Banana pudding goes fancy with mason jars added to the mix. This classic dessert feels so elevated in this presentation!
Cupcakes in a Jar by The Typical Mom
Cupcakes are always a good idea, but serving them in jars makes them perfect for transporting without the worry of smashing!
Oreo Cheesecake Parfaits by Spend with Pennies
These cheesecakes are the perfect thing for anyone who loves Oreo cookies! (Let’s be honest here, who DOESN “T like Oreos?!)
Raspberry Chocolate Mousse by Keep Calm and Eat Ice Cream
Chocolate and raspberry are always a good combination! Those flavors in mousse are just the thing for a mason jar sweet.
Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecakes by Garlic Salt + Lime
Pumpkin and chocolate cheesecakes are the perfect fall treat. You will love how the flavors blend together to create the perfect ending to any fall feast!
These all look amazing! Will you be making any of these Mason Jar Desserts?