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Getting “All Jarred Up” with Your Wedding Favors


When I saw these delicious jarred confections, I just knew that they what they would be perfect for!  We’ve already talked about planning your Southern wedding as well as choosing a down home Southern Menu and cocktails, and now you can add “All Jarred Up” to your Southern wedding favors!  If you’d like to share your comfort food with family and friends, yet don’t have the time (or inclination) to bake in small portions, this is perfect for you.  “All Jarred Up,” the new pie and dessert company, delivers bakery freshness and convenience in a jar – just for you – or two, three to four and many more.

pie in a jar wedding favor for southern wedding Pear-ed Together (large) pie a jar by all jarred up

All Jarred Up company founder and baking maven, Teri Hiles explains, “I wanted to create something that was a common comfort food, but in a unique single serving design with incredible quality ingredients. The best part about the pies is that they are ready to eat right out of the jar. We ship them to your house already baked. Warming the pie is so easy. You place it in the oven, and in a few minutes you have a perfectly warmed, homemade pie in a convenient size. The half pint pie is the perfect amount for one or two people.”

All Jarred Up currently carries five baked goodies, traditional favorites including mixed berry pie, apple pie, pear pie, banana bread, and chocolate chip cookies. They also make two homemade dessert sauces, caramel and chocolate, that can be served on the side or over your favorite ice cream.  Small on price and big on flavor, All Jarred Up uses only fresh, in season ingredients, and as many all-natural and organic ingredients as possible. All Jarred Up baked goods are freshly prepared, sealed, decorated and retail on with prices ranging from $6 to $13 dollars. Most of their sweet treats come in two convenient sizes: The half pint, perfect for one or two, and the pint, just enough for two or three people. Teri plans to introduce her popular peach pie and pecan pie for the upcoming holiday season. I had an opportunity to try the apple jar and it was ridiculously delicious!  Can’t wait to send as gifts!