I love mason jars, because there are so many ways you can use them! One of the most creative and fun things to do with mason jars is to use them to make lunchables...or in this case, masonables!
All you need to make them is a mason jar and an empty plastic applesauce or fruit cup, that has been rinsed out and dried. The purpose of the applesauce cup is to keep the 'wet' ingredients separate from the dry, which allows you to be creative and think outside the box with packed lunches. This is also a really fun way to get kids involved in making their lunches, and it's fun for them to eat, which is always a win!
One tip that I have for these masonables is using press & seal around the applesauce cup when using something that might leak (such as milk), or using a fruit cup which tends to fit better than an applesauce cup (they are just a bit bigger, which helps the cup fit more snug to the jar).
There are so many fun combinations you could put together with masonables. I demonstrated a few in the video, but I would encourage you to get creative and have fun!
In This Video You Will See:
Chicken Salad with Whole Grain Crackers
Veggies and Hummus
Greek Yogurt and Granola
Cereal and Almond Milk
Mini Pizzas (Made with Turkey Pepperoni, Cheese Slices, Whole Grain Crackers, and Pizza Sauce)
I hope this inspires you to think outside the box and have fun with back-to-school lunches!