Rainbow Cupcakes in a Jar for a Baby Shower

Today we are celebrating the birth of a beautiful baby girl! I’m joined by 16 other very talented bloggers to celebrate the birth of Meaghan’s baby! I had the pleasure of meeting Meaghan during the Hershey’s trip last month, so when I was asked to share a special treat for her Baby Shower, I was super excited!

These Rainbow Cupcakes in a Jar are fun to serve for any occasion and sure to bring a smile!

The cupcakes are baked right in the jar. Any size jar will work, I happen to find these at Hobby Lobby, I think they are the perfect size. Depending on the jar size, you will need to adjust the amount of batter added. I usually add about 1 tablespoon of each color of batter.

Now let’s celebrate Baby Violet!

All of these other awesome bloggers are also participating in the rainbow shower too!

1.  Vanilla Bean BakerBaby’s First Christmas

2.  Not Your Momma’s CookieRainbow Swaddled Baby Cookies

3.  Crazy for CrustRainbow Peanut Butter Cookie Cups

4.  Dollhouse Bake ShoppeRainbow Sprinkle Sugar Cookies

5.  Creative FoodRainbow Pancakes

6.  Hoosier HomemadeRainbow Cupcakes in a Jar

7.  Kitchen Fun with My 3 SonsRainbow Smores Pops

8.  Pink Little CakeBaby at the End of the Rainbow Cake

9.  Love From the OvenRainbow Cake Pop Cupcakes

10. Munchkin MunchiesRainbow Balloon Cookies

11. The Baked EquationRainbow Baby Shower Cookies

12. SweetologyMarshmallow Baby Pops

13. Sugar SwingsRainbow Madeleines

14. Pint Sized BakerRainbow Meringue Tarts

15. Bird on a CakeRainbow Petal Cake

16. Haniela’sRainbow Centerpiece

17. Miss CandiquikMarshmallow Baby Bottles

Wow! The talent of this group blows me away! Please join me in wishing Meaghan from The Decorated Cookie all the best!

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Rainbow Cupcakes in a Jar
 
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Rainbows bring smiles to everyone's face! Bake a Rainbow in a Jar. Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com
Ingredients
  • 1 white cake mix
  • Plus ingredients for cake mix – I use 4 eggs, 1 cup buttermilk and ⅓ cup oil to make the cake mix taste more like homemade
  • Wilton coloring – red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet
  • Frosting
  • Rainbow sprinkles
  • Small jars
Instructions
  1. Mix cake until well blended
  2. Separate batter into 6 bowls – about ¾ cup in each
  3. Color each
  4. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  5. Add about 1 tablespoon red batter to each jar {depending on the size of jar}
  6. Spread batter evenly and repeat with all colors
  7. Bake for about 10-15 minutes {depending on the size of jar} and test with a toothpick to make sure they are done
  8. After the cool, add frosting and sprinkles
Notes
Any size jar will work. You can find them at most department stores and craft stores like Hobby Lobby.

Comments

  1. Haniela says:

    Can you believe I haven’t made a cupcake in a jar! I need to try this, So pretty!

  2. michelle says:

    they definitely make me smile! thanks liz!!
    michelle recently posted..rainbow madeleines for a virtual baby shower…!My Profile

  3. These are so perfect and fun!
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  4. Kathia says:

    Every time I see your cupcakes in a jar I keep telling myself that I have to make them. You are always so creative with your cupcakes.

  5. Paula says:

    Like Hani and Kathia I haven’t made any cupcakes in a jar and honestly, haven’t made any jar desserts yet! Your rainbow cupcakes are such a cute treat to bring to Meaghan’s shower.
    Paula recently posted..When Temptation Is Just Too MuchMy Profile

  6. Sue says:

    I love, love. love these rainbow cupcakes in a jar! I can’t help but smile when I look at them, and it would make me even happier to eat one:)
    Sue recently posted..Balloons for Baby~Virtual Baby Shower for Meaghan of The Decorated CookieMy Profile

  7. I love how gorgeous these are! I’ve never tried cupcakes in a jar but I’m thinking I need to! :)
    Michelle | Creative Food recently posted..Rainbow Pancakes and a Virtual Baby Shower!My Profile

  8. Oh my goodness, THANK YOU!!!!! And if we were back at Hershey’s I’d give you the hugest hug right now. I love all things rainbow, and you lot o’ blogging ladies just made this mama’s day in a huge way!!! Sniffling away over here…
    meaghan (the decorated cookie) recently posted..Christmas present cookie bites for CelebrationsMy Profile

  9. I love things in jars…especially rainbows! So pretty!
    Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust recently posted..Rainbow Peanut Butter Cookie Cups {Virtual Baby Shower!}My Profile

  10. Oh those are so adorable! Wouldn’t they be perfect for St Patty’s Day?

  11. Melissa says:

    I am going to have to give this a try! I have been to chicken to try baking cupcakes in the jar. But I just love these!
    Melissa recently posted..Rainbow Themed Baby Shower CookiesMy Profile

  12. TRISHA says:

    This is definitely on my to do list – so bright and cheerful which is so perfect :) Love them!
    TRISHA recently posted..If HUGS were SNOWFLAKES, I would send you a BLIZZARD! Cookies+Printable TagMy Profile

  13. Karyn says:

    These turned out great! Super easy and fun!
    Karyn recently posted..Dressed Up Peep PopsMy Profile

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