• Title: Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go
  • Author: JuliaMirabella
  • ISBN: 9781612432892
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mason Jar Salads and More Layered Lunches to Grab and Mason Jar Salads and More Layered Lunches to Grab and Go Julia Mirabella on FREE shipping on qualifying offers SALAD MAGIC IN A MASON JAR Discover the coolest way to pack a tasty, healthy lunch Mason Jar Salads and More shows how to prepare on the go meals that are packed with fresh produce and whole foodsThe tasty recipes and gorgeous full color photos Mason Jar Salads That Make Perfect Healthy Lunches The secret to a perfect and tasty Mason jar salad is all in the order The dressing goes in first This is so important This guarantees that your salad ingredients don t get soggy. Meal Prep Idea Healthy Mason Jar Salads Ambitious Kitchen Without further ado, meet my four mason jar salads Southwest Chicken, Greek Chicken, Chicken Berry Quinoa, and Thai Peanut Chicken Quinoa Each salad jar is packed with fresh veggies, flavorful combinations, and ample protein so that you re satisfied and energized after lunch. Burrito Bowl Mason Jar Salads StrictlyDelicious Grab one of these prepared jars on your way out the door in the morning, and guarantee yourself a filling, delicious, healthy lunch that is even better than Chipotle. Yep, I went there. How to Make a Mason Jar Salad POPSUGAR Food Packing a to go salad in a mason jar seems like a great idea it s an easy way to transport a vibrant, veggie heavy meal without worries of dressing Southwestern Quinoa Mason Jar Salads Making Thyme for Health Southwestern Quinoa Mason Jar Salads quinoa layered with a cumin lime dressing, black beans, corn, bell peppers and cherry tomatoes Perfect to prep Healthy Mason Jar Salads Salad in a Jar Recipes I can t fully explain how it works, but salads in a mason jar far outdo salads in a plastic bowl or Tupperware Simply toss in your favorite ingredients, pour on the dressing once you re ready to eat using your handy new Bento sauce bottles , and enjoy the perfectly satisfying crunch of a salad done right Chicken Taco Mason Jar Salads The Seasoned Mom Delicious and easy chicken taco mason jar salad that are great for on the go lunches or picnics. Mason Jar Salads To Meal Prep for a Week of Lunches Here are Mason Jar Salads To Meal Prep for a Week of Lunches you can prep in just one hour for your entire week ahead Lots of helpful tips included. Chicken and Bacon Ranch Mason Jar Salads The Seasoned Mom These chicken and bacon ranch mason jar salads are a perfect grab and go lunch that you can make in advance for the week Layering ingredients in a jar is the most effective way to prepare a salad ahead of time and still keep everything fresh for days Make these Chicken and Bacon Ranch Mason Jar

    Mason Jar Salads and More Layered Lunches to Grab and Go SALAD MAGIC IN A MASON JAR Discover the coolest way to pack a tasty healthy lunch Mason Jar Salads and More shows how to prepare on the go meals that are packed with fresh produce and whole foods The
    SALAD MAGIC IN A MASON JAR Discover the coolest way to pack a tasty, healthy lunch Mason Jar Salads and More shows how to prepare on the go meals that are packed with fresh produce and whole foods.The tasty recipes and gorgeous full color photos in this book will show you how to create amazing dishes, including Pomegranate and pear salad Pesto tortellini with cherry tomaSALAD MAGIC IN A MASON JAR Discover the coolest way to pack a tasty, healthy lunch Mason Jar Salads and More shows how to prepare on the go meals that are packed with fresh produce and whole foods.The tasty recipes and gorgeous full color photos in this book will show you how to create amazing dishes, including Pomegranate and pear salad Pesto tortellini with cherry tomatoes Crunchy Asian salad Spinach, blueberry and blue cheese salad Curried chicken salad Kale and avocado salad Porcini mushroom risotto Overnight oatmeal with fruit Green bean and feta salad

    One Reply to “Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go”

    1. Food in jars has surged in popularity over the last number of years, and no one is more appreciative of this clever way to store, serve, and display food than I am. That's why I didn't hesitate for a moment when I was offered a copy of this book to review by the publisher. I am in love with this book! While its subtitle is “50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go,” it is so much more than that. Lunches, yes, but dinners, side dishes, and the convenience of having a fresh, delicious meal at arm's r [...]

    2. ok - this is a good oneinly because it is not complex (it also lost a star for not being complex enough a tricky line to navigate)it irks me when i look at a cookbook and it has ridiculous ingredients i would probably never find, never mind buy.OR if it calls for eighth teaspoons for things that i can only buy in bulk :::: bulk product goes to waste on shelf, yadda yaddais, i think, is a common problem for several people.mirabella is not a chef, she is a lawyer, so i think she simply had the $ [...]

    3. I bought this for my husband, as there's definitely a trick to not getting a soggy mess at lunch time. I was impressed by the feasibility of the saladsmetimes you get a cook book and you have no idea what an ingredient us or the combination sounds disgusting. Beautifully illustrated as well. A keeper.

    4. I won this on the Giveaway and it is really terrific! The pictures are wonderful and the advise is terrific! I will quote my daughter when she looked at this book, "I would eat everything in here!" Highly recommend! :)

    5. Good intro I guess but I found that there was a bit too much cooking for my taste. Kind of like the crock pot books that require you to cook ingredients prior to slow cooking. IMO it defeats the purpose. Better info online.

    6. Mason Jar Salads and More is a cookbook that contains a bunch or recipes that you pack into a mason jar. The title makes you think it's just a bunch of lettuce mixtures but there really is a lot more to it than that. There are smoothies, oatmeal, pasta, bean, dip recipes in this book. I was really excited to give this book a try because I've always wondered about those mason jar meals you see online. I don't only use it for quick on the go lunches, I use it for last minute I-don't-feel-like-cook [...]

    7. I have looked at many books on Mason Jar Salads and I have to rate this one as the best. The author’s information about the how’s and why’s of jar salads is concise and to the point. I loved the step by step pictorial of how to assemble one. She also shares some special tips I had not seen or thought of.As a widow I struggle with not only eating, but eating healthy. The publisher’s book Muffin Tin Chef was a big help in cooking for me. But I have found myself as time goes on wanting some [...]

    8. This book provides a number of salad options that use seasonal ingredients. The author uses different types of greens including some that are found during the spring and fall seasons. She also includes salads with fruit and grains. There were some twists on the jar salad such as the caprese salad which used slices of tomato and cheese instead of chopped ingredients. One strength is that there are number of vinaigrette ideas. I was not crazy about the breakfast section which included a lot of smo [...]

    9. Mason Jar SaladsJulia MirabellaSubtitled ’50 Layered Lunches to Grab & Go,’ Mason Jar Salads presents delicious-sounding alternatives to a limp sandwich in a plastic bag or expensive and fattening fast food.Mirabella suggests about 30 salad combinations (with easy dressings), as well as breakfasts, soups, and dips, to pack into pint or quart wide-mouthed Mason jars. The recipes give instructions about how to layer the jars to insure crisp vegetables. Most recipes make one lunch, and many [...]

    10. If nothing else, this book gave me some great ideas for salads. Several people who saw me reading this book asked, "Why the jar? Can't you just put it in a plastic container?" I mean, if I heard that once, I heard that fifty times. But I say, hey, kudos to the author for being so passionate about Mason Jars and sharing these great recipes in a book that I thought was very beautifully represented by such colorful photos. It's all about presentation and that's what made me pick up the book in the [...]

    11. I'm giving this book 5 stars just from reading the recipes and looking at the beautiful photographs. I reserve the option to amend my rating after trying some of the recipes. I'm not convinced that sliced apples and cubed avocado will not turn brown in the packed jars but we shall see. If nothing else, the vinaigrette recipes sound easy and delicious. I checked this book out of my library and will buy it if the recipes pan out.

    12. Meh. This is basically just advocating pre-packaging your lunches for the week, using the current mason jar trend as a sell-point.Some all-right recipes, but all common things. The useful idea that is the cornerstone of this book is putting the dressing/sauce on the bottom of the container so the rest of the food doesn't get soggy during the ensuing couple days.Otherwise, some regular soup or pasta made in a regular way is not special because you're portioning it out into mason jars.

    13. I was skeptical when I first started reading Mason Jar Salads and More, but it is an intriguing idea. I do like that the mason jar is usually more compact than other containers. Once I acquire a set of mason jars, I’ll have to re-read this cookbook again and try several recipes as the photographs were quite enticing.

    14. There are some fabulous recipes for salad dressings in this book. The explanations for salad construction are super helpful and I've been able to pack a mason jar salad on most days for lunch. I find that prepping in this way allows me to spend more of my lunch hour actually relaxing. Definitely a good read for on the go people!

    15. All of these recipes especially the smoothies, oatmeal and salads are delicious and easy and inexpensive to make. I quit using Tupperware and started using the mason jars it saves room in my small fridge and the food tastes crisper and stores longer. I really enjoyed this book and quick, easy recipes.

    16. Beautifully photographed recipes (and the recipes themselves aren't too bad either!) made this a great read!! I particularly like the southwest salad. As a previously converted fan of mason jar salads, this book just added fuel to my fire. Overall a good book!

    17. A nice selection of recipes for salads and other meals. My only complaint is that you need a bowl/plate to eat the salad at work. This could be a problem in workplaces that don't have a staff kitchen or storage area. But overall a great idea for busy people who want healthy meals.

    18. Beautiful book! Gorgeous book filled with delicious & healthy meals! Great resource for Salad-in-a-Jar parties!Cannot wait to try the other meal-in-a-jar options!

    19. This has become one of my favorite go tos for packed lunch ideas! Practical, easy to follow recipes and advice for mason jar salads, soups and smoothies.

    20. A lot of great recipes for salads! They can be made for lunch or dinner at home, but also for a lunch to take to work or picnic! A lot of inspirational ideas!

    21. The book's ok. I like the format and the pictures. Nothing I haven't already tried or pinned on Pinterest, though

    22. I liked that it had recipes for dressings, but it was what you would expect, mostly salads of varying choices layed in jars.

    23. Beautiful photos, but if you think your mason jar lunch is going to stay pretty - or be easy to eat - you're fooling yourself.

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