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Thread: Cobbler Baked in Jars Recipe (Great Idea for Bake Sales , Family Reunions or Picnics)

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    Wow, look what I found a cobbler Recipe to bake in canning jars would be great for bake sales, picnics or just for fun to eat

    http://www.notmartha.org/tomake/cobblerbakedinjars/

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    Thank you... printed it off for next year's bake sale at church...what a novel idea

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    That's such a neat idea!
    I'm going to try it for our 4th of July family picnic.

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    great for family reunion!

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    Putting it on my pages! Thanks!!

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    I LOVE THIS. I also looked at the link for the pies in jars. Does anyone know where to buy the jars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margie
    I LOVE THIS. I also looked at the link for the pies in jars. Does anyone know where to buy the jars?
    We got some in Walmart but have seen them in food stores, too.

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    Thanks for the recipe--I have lots of those empty jars, so now I can fill them!

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    Thanks! This would be great for all the blueberries I get off my blueberry bush! They really look yummy! :thumbup:

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    Awesome......will give it a try :-D

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    thanks!

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    It is saved for future use. Thanks.

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    Thank you CraftyBear, looks like a great idea.

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    Thanks. Looks like a great idea.

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    jars from Walmart, farm stores, grocery stores for the canning jars

    Quote Originally Posted by Margie
    I LOVE THIS. I also looked at the link for the pies in jars. Does anyone know where to buy the jars?

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    I love this idea, can't wait to try, and u should be able to buy the jars at www.ball.com. Thank you for sharing

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