Cheesecake In A Jar With Printable Tag

cheesecake in a jar

Hmmm, how many different types of treats can we put in a jar? We’ve seen cupcakes in a jar, molten lava cakes in a jar, pie in a jar….and now Cheesecake in a Jar! This is just one more way to get creative with no-bake cheesecake. These 4 oz canning jars are the perfect vessel for serving up this creamy layered dessert. They would look nice stacked or bundled together on a dessert table, or placed at each individual place setting.

  • All you need to do is add the graham cracker crust layer, the no-bake cheesecake, and top with your choice or a variety of toppings. Cherry, strawberry, lemon, or blueberry pie filling all make great toppers and can be color coordinated to a red, yellow, or blue/purple party. Just make sure there is plenty of room to add the lid.
  • Dress up the jar by adding a whimsical printed tag that says “Let them eat {cheese}cake!” and tie with bakers twine.


If you’d like the printable tag below, just right click and save to your computer and then you can print it out.

 

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  1. Pauline says

    I need help my husband is currently deployed and his favorite dessert in Cheesecake. I want to know if cheesecake in jar will make it oversea. Please help

  2. Gail Harrington says

    Hi Chris,
    I made your cheesecake in a jar for gifts for Christmas last year. Everyone loved them. I decorated the tops with Christmas ribbon. They were adorable. However, I lost the issue of woman’s world that they were in. I was hoping you could send me the recipe. Thank you.

    • Chris says

      Hi Gail, I don’t know anything about the WW mag issue. All I did was use no-bake cheesecake mix from a box {as stated above}. It’s all about the cute presentation! :-)

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