Hello, I’d just like to say I’m so happy to be here and thank you Mariah for letting me drop by. School is right around the corner and I always like to give our teachers a sweet treat at the beginning of the year. Usually I give them a loaf of apple bread (which is super yummy), but recently I started giving them a jar filled with apple bread mix. This way our teachers aren’t showered with sweets all at once and they can bake up their own bread whenever they feel like it. I also like the portability of it.
To make these I used my original Apple Bread recipe and divided the ingredients in half. I placed the dry ingredients in the mason jar and wet ingredients on the label, along with some brief instructions. The ingredients in the jar will make one loaf of apple bread.
You will need…
(This is enough to make one mason jar full or one loaf of bread)
3/4 cup sugar
1 1/3 cup all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon Baking soda
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1 tsp Cinnamon
You will also need..
16oz mason jar
First measure all of the ingredients into a bowl.
Then give it a quick stir with a whisk.
Pour half of the mixture onto a sheet of waxed paper.
Then lift the paper at the corners and pour into the jar. I tried this with a funnel and it was a mess. The wax paper works best trust me.
I gave the jar a final tap after everything was added to let it all settle in there nicely.
What makes this gift so wonderful (besides the delicious apple bread) is that you can use it all throughout the fall for anything. It doesn’t have to be just for teachers. I always make too many and keep them in my pantry and use them for last minute thank you, thinking of you or hostess gifts.
|You can find the free printable labels here.|
|You can find the original apple bread recipe here
and the printable recipe card here.
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