7 Lovely Mason Jar Desserts to Serve at your Debut
A lovely, mouth-watering chocolate cake with strawberries on top is the perfect way to conclude a meal. Isn’t it a sweet thought to hold a dear cupcake with your fingers and savor the sugary icing and chocolate from it? Whether it’s a cupcake or cookie, everyone craves for a well-served dessert, especially in social events.
This is why appetite-satisfying desserts served in a debut catering can make everything nice on your special day. But how about adding a little spice by putting them in cute little mason jars? Desserts in a jar look yummier than cupcakes waiting to be picked on the table.
They’re so attractive to look at that, in one quick glance, you know what dessert is meant for you. What’s even cooler with eating from is that you can devour your dessert while mingling with friends or dancing to the beat of the awesome playlist.
So for an even lovelier 18th birthday, welcome these charming mason jar desserts!
Who on earth does not love cheesecake? Probably that monkey in the zoo, but among your guests? I’m pretty sure they will appreciate this delicious treat. Make it more flavorful by giving them a variety of cheesecake options like strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, cherry or chocolate. Don’t be afraid to experiment!
Parfait comes from the French word meaning “perfect.” And in case you’re wondering, the answer is yes. This dessert is perfect!
Basically, parfaits are frozen desserts made from a base of sugar syrup, egg, and cream. Put in extra sweet strawberries and your guests won’t leave the premises without a recipe!
The secret ingredient? Roasting the strawberries to draw out that luxurious flavor.
Precious banana splits in a jar! Who would have thought it was possible? Yet here I am, presenting this palatable banana-based triple ice cream to you.
The glorious banana split was invented in 1904 by David Evans Strickler, a 23-year-old apprentice pharmacist in Pennsylvania. Since then, it has been one of the most favorite desserts in the world – something you must surely include in your debut menu.
To give justice to this strikingly awesome confection, let me translate the name to you: “Dulce” means sweet, “de” means of while “leche” means milk, giving us the translation: “Sweet of Milk”. Dulce de leche is made by caramelizing sugar in milk. As if this Argentinian dessert was not enough, trifle is a British cold dessert of sponge cake and fruit covered with layers of custard, jelly, and cream. Combine them and you’ll get what a dessert should be!
It’s time to conclude the feast with an explosion of flavors! Orange and chocolate together? Honey, they blend so well together that you’ll crave one cake after another. Yummy! Imagine getting a spoonful of rich dark chocolate cake surrounding a molten core of orange-spiced chocolate – all inside a jar.
This won’t have the word “surprise” in its name if not for a really good reason. It has a creamy layer, a fluffy second act and finally a strawberry climax! “Jelly Surprise in a Jar” is the ultimate dessert that will guarantee satisfaction to all your guests.
Add a contemporary touch to this delighting classic by putting it in a jar. Simple to make yet highly pleasant to tongue, this is the type of dessert you shouldn’t miss on your debut!
With these unforgettable desserts, you are sure to have a debut feast fit for the royals.