The adventures of Jack Jack

The adventures of a first time Mummy and my son Jack.

Cowboy cookies by Jartastic (and our first vlog!)

One of our presents at Christmas was a jar of cowboy cookie mix from Jacks nanny.

We love baking, especially cookies so I read the instructions with interest.

The jar contains flour, oats, baking and raising agents, walnuts, salt and chocolate chips. All you need to add is an egg, half a tsp of vanilla essence and 63g of melted butter.

The perfect, easy afternoon activity for Jack and I.

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Now you’ll have to excuse how amateur our video is but my new year resolution was to push myself out my comfort zone and expand this little old blog. One of those expansions is to have a go at vlogging (video blogging).

With the help of my mini baker we beat together the egg, vanilla and butter, then mixed in the contains of the jar.

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Mini baker got quite tired by the time all the mix was combined but he could still manage a grin.

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Next we shaped the mixture into balls and spaced them two inches apart on a baking tray lined with grease proof paper.

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After 13 minutes in the oven and a while to cool they were ready. Moist, chocolate, nutty heaven.

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Have you tried a jar cookie mix or maybe you’ve made ones as a present for a friend? Tell me about it in the comment box below.

Disclaimer: This product was a present, all pictures and opinions are my own.

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4 thoughts on “Cowboy cookies by Jartastic (and our first vlog!)

  1. These cookies look yummy. He did a brilliant job. I’ve never tried a cookie jar mix but I have tried several of the Sweetpea pantry bake-at-home mixes. Thank you for linking up with #LittleChefs. I hope to see you and Jack here again soon xx

  2. Good evening, im am a part of Jartastic and have just launch our web site finally. While searching to see if the web site was working properly i found this. Thank you for posting it is great to see people using and enjoying our cooking mixes.

    • That’s great you found this review, I was hoping you had a Facebook page I could share this on but couldn’t find one. Thank you for commenting 🙂

      • hi again, we have a facebook page and and would love any input and comments as we are still getting going after a good first year and a bit. facebook should be just jartastic

        thank you again

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