My boys’ elementary school has a million fund-raisers during the school year. It seems like every week something is being sent home that we’re supposed to peddle out to friends and family. Most I just ignore, but for the second year in a row they’ve sold really cute reusable bags. I bought a couple last year and loved them so I bought a few new ones this year.
During the last week of school they handed out the orders and I was stoked! My little blue and white cooler is adorable! I decided I had to take my boys to the park or beach just so I could bring a lunch and pack it in this adorable cooler.
Looking around my kitchen, I had berries in the fridge and leftover pound cake on the counter. This is no ordinary pound cake, you guys. This is the most addictingly delicious pound cake you’ve ever had. It’s my mom’s recipe and I shared it on here last year. I try not to make desserts. I really do. But when a craving hits for my mom’s pound cake, it’s a necessity. Anyway, I cubed some of the yummy cake up and layered it with whipped cream, blueberries and strawberries in mason jars to make a fun patriotic treat. I packed them along with some sandwiches in my cute new cooler and set off to the park. I felt like a cool mom pulling out a fun treat for my kids at the park!
Guys, these shortcakes were delicious! You can use any kind of cake but I seriously LOVE my mom’s recipe and it really holds up well in the jars. I am definitely doing this again for our 4th of July dessert!
- Pound Cake
- Strawberries sliced
- Whipped Cream
- Mason Jars
- Cut up cake into small cubes. Layer mason jars starting with blueberries, cake, whipped cream, strawberries and then repeat until jar is filled.
- Seal lid and store in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Enjoy!!
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Shannon Hawk says
Those are super adorable. I’m a sucker for stuff in jars!
This is perfect for next week! Pinned.
Those look SO GOOD! I love refreshing stuff like this in the summer when it’s too hot to cook. Visiting from Cast Party Wednesday.
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These are SO pretty, Jen! Great flavors, great photos, and they look perfect for the 4th!!
Shauna Smart says
Wanted to stop by and let you know that your awesome recipe was a Fabulous 5 Feature at this weeks The Weekend re-Treat Link Party! Check it out here: http://thebestblogrecipes.com/2013/06/fabulous-5-features-from-link-party-21-22.html
Hope you’ll stop back by this weekend and link up to the party that just went LIVE!
Lisa Johnson says
Those look delicious 🙂 I need to make desserts in a jar, they are so cute!
Debra Elliott says
Yummy! Stopping by from FFF.
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The Jenny Evolution says
I saw this on a 4th of July roundup and just had to pin it. I hope
you’ll share your best post of the week on my Friday Flash Blog Linky Party
going on ALL weekend at The Jenny Evolution.
What a creative and easy idea, especially for 4th of July! We would love for you to share at our new Super Summer Saturday party here: http://www.thechirpingmoms.com/2013/06/super-summer-saturday.html
Marlys Folly says
Love this and so cute in the jar. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday and I hope that you will join us next week.
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