Fresh Peach Crisp in a {Mason} Jar

Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!


Adorable. Yummy. Portable. It's fresh Peach Crisp baked in a mason jar!   




Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Peaches are in ripe abundance right now. 




Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

I found that my Peach Crisp recipe perfectly fills 4 half-pint sized mason jars. They make the sweetest little portion-controlled servings. 


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Here's how you make fresh Peach Crisp in a Mason Jar:




Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Wash and slice 4 Cups of fresh, ripe peaches. (approximately 4)




Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Add 1/2 Cup Sugar, 1 TBS corn starch, 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon to the sliced peaches and mix gently.  {note: I reduce the sugar to 1/3 Cup and I think it still tastes great!}




Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

In a separate bowl, make the Oatmeal Crisp topping. Combine 1/2 Cup Oats, 1/2 Cup Flour, 1/3 Cup packed Brown Sugar, 3/4 tsp Nutmeg, 3/4 tsp Cinnamon, and 1/3 Cup butter. Pulse this in a food processor or work it with a fork until crumbly.


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Now prepare your jars. You can cook the peach mixture on the stove top until it boils, or just spoon the fresh mixture into the jars. I did both ways. You will have a little less bubbling over if you cook it on the stovetop first.


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

If you like, you can layer the jars. Fill the jars 1/2 full of the peach mixture. Add a couple tablespoons of the oatmeal crisp mixture. Fill the rest of the jar within 1/2" from the top with the peach mixture. The oatmeal crisp will be the final, top layer.


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

I also made some without the oatmeal crisp layer in the center. Both ways are delicious! 


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Put the mason jars on a foil-covered cookie sheet in a 375 degree oven for 30 minutes.




Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Oh yes, they bubbled over!  I'm drooling, so there's no reason why those ripe and juicy peaches wouldn't be 'drooling', too!



Ok. When they're done and cool, some of the tops might be a little messy. No problem, just do this:

Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Ya gotta make room for the cream, anyway!



Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

Peach Crisp in a Mason Jar. They pack up beautifully... 

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Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!



...for a picnic, or for lunches... if you can wait!



Take them tailgating or camping in this beautiful little gingham cooler I show you how to make....

How to make a gingham cooler for picnicking or tailgating. | Tutorial at I Gotta Create!


...they're wearing matching outfits!


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!

A peachy harvest baked in a {mason} jar.  What harvests are you drooling over?


Adorable, portable peach crisp baked in mason jars. Perfect for picnics, tailgating and camping! | Recipe and instructions at I Gotta Create!













36 comments:

Katie Drane said...

Yum! This is so creative. Thanks for sharing!

Katie
http://www.funhomethings.com

Toqua's Crafts said...

This looks SO YUMMY!!
Thank you for sharing.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

OMG!!! Pinning this and heading to the store for peaches!!

Bliss said...

Thirty years ago I discovered the way to my husbands heart with with peaches. I'm making these. Will report back after I get the perfect peaches.

~Bliss~

Shannah @ Just Us Four said...

This is such a cute presentation for a delicious treat.

myric andreasen said...

This is a must try recipe and a great gift give away! Hope you could share this at my link party every Friday!

xo
Myric

Heaven's Walk said...

Oh my goodness.....I MUST make this! It looks sooooo good! Thanks for sharing it!!! :)

xoxo laurie

Tuula @ The Thrifty Rebel said...

This looks so good! I love peaches. I think I'm going to have to try it!

bj said...

ABSOLUTELY AWESOME....
and your photos are awesome, too. :)
Over from SAVVY....

Judee @ Gluten Free A-Z said...

Didn't know you could bake in a mason jar! I love the idea, and it looks fabulous. I might try an apple version.

Sally said...

Those look so good! Fun idea.

The Farmer's Wife said...

This is such a great idea!!!

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Those would be so awesome on a picnic or as a hostess thank you! Thanks for sharing!

Liz @ Here's to Handy Andy said...

This looks SO good! And I love peaches! Thanks for sharing at our Pinteresting Link Party!

Karen said...

these look delicious! I love peaches:) Found you at Sew Many Ways party! Have a great weekend.

Karen@Pocket Full of Pink

Nicole {WonkyWonderful} said...

These look so delicious! I have been loving peaches lately - so sweet & tasty. I love the mason jar presentation - Super Cute :)

Justine of SewCountryChick said...

These look so delicious Christina. What a great idea and so pretty too!

Parkland Parish said...

This looks so amazing!! I have to say if I was to receive this as a gift I'd be in heaven!! I love baking in mason jars!! And you are RIGHT you HAVE to have room for CREAM!! I'm visiting from Craft-O-Maniac. It would be great if you would follow me back at http://parklandparish.blogspot.com/

Jennifer said...

I LOVE all things peachy. Cant wait to try this! Thanks for linking up to our Pretty Things party. Hope to see you back next week!

Style Sisters said...

This is such a great idea and sounds so delicious! Come link up to Centerpiece Wednesday on my blog and enter my giveaway too!
Karin

Tauni said...

I love peach crisp. It's one of my favorite ways to eat my favorite fruit!

Thanks so very much for sharing on Show & Tell at SNAP!

xoxo, Tauni

Crystelle said...

Soo yummy! Sooo pretty!

Phil and Darby Hawley said...

Oh.Em.Ge! This is a-maz-ing!!! I just pinned this to try!
Stopping by from the DIY Dreamer :-)

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Love peach crisp. Nthanks for sharing.

Christine said...

Christina, these look great!! LOVE how you put them in mason jars... GREAT idea and oh so cute!

Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

Diva Crudites said...

Yahoo...I have all the ingredients and mason jars in the kitchen right now. Will probably make it for dessert on Friday for the weekend. Thanks for sharing.

Divacrudites
http://tastetestersduo.wordpress.com/

Jennifer said...

I couldn't stop thinking about his and so I have to feature it tomorrow! ;)
Jen

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

Awesome- my family is going to love this.

Jill @ KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com said...

Love this! We just put up our Kitchen Fun & Craft Friday link party and would love for you to share this! http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2012/08/kitchen-fun-and-crafty-friday-link_30.html

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Sounds good and looks so pretty!

Heidi@OneCreativeMommy.com said...

These look so yummy. I love peach crisp. (If I put it in jars, that means I have to share, and not eat it all myself!)

I'll be pinning this and sharing the pin on Facebook at OneCreativeMommydotcom. Feel free to stop by OneCreativeMommy.com and grab a featured button.

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

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Chloë said...

Jammie jammie Ziet er heerlijk uit!Leuke post!
Bedankt voor je lieve reactie op mijn blog!X

tara lynn said...

Love this recipe! Its exactly what I was looking for! Quick question.... can I make these ahead of time, refigerate, then bake once I get to my destination or will the oats be soggy???

bj said...

OMYGOSH....this sounds delicious AND it's beautiful.....

Daughter made Banana Pudding in her jars and WOW...it was good, too.'
Such fun....

city said...

thanks for sharing..