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Thread: ♥ Pie In a Jar Recipe

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    Oh my goodness. That recipe and pix look wonderful.

    Thanks for those great links you find and share.

    Chris

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    Interesting recipe. Nevefr thought about baking in a jar.

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    I have done these pies and they are wonderful. Easy once you get the hang of it. Great to put in freezer to use later.

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    Thanks for the recipes, I love to make goodies for my mail carrier and neighbors for Christmas presents,, these would be excellent

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    Sounds yummy

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    Craftrybear, you find such yummy recipes. I want to try this as as possible.

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    Makes my mouth water. I want to try those. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the link. These look wonderful.

    By the way, did anyone see the notation from the mason jar company that the jars are not made for baking and they could explode? The author of the recipe said that she had had no problems, but I did think it was worth mentioning.

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