Monday, September 26, 2011

Pumpkin Pie in a Jar

Last night was "Flamingo Ladies Book Club" night and the book was Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Not sure what the book was about 'cuz I didn't have a chance to read it! In our club, that's okay...we just socialize anyway. I think maybe we mentioned the name of the book and that was all that was said about it, but we had a very nice time...just a wee bit of gossiping and keeping up with what's going on in the neighborhood! I carried Pumpkin Pie in a Jar for the ladies...
If you haven't tried these, they are easy to prepare, delicious, and everyone loves the presentation. I used the Ball wide-mouth, half-pint jars. Then, I used pre-made pie crust to line the inside of the jars.
I then poured in the pumpkin pie mix {I used the recipe from the back of the the Libby canned pumpkin}.

I cut out round cardstock for the labels and added a pumpkin tag with a ribbon.
Not being sure what types of food would be served, I made little pouches for the serveware and attached more tags!
"HERE'S WHAT I WORE"
Skirt: Indigo blue denim by Lilly Pulitzer
Blouse: Peter Pan collar monogrammed in pink by Land's End
Cardi: Lime green by Lilly Pulitzer
Shoes: Orchid pink Revas by Tory Burch

ACCESSORIES:
Pocketbook: Pink courderoy Bermuda Bag by Lilly Pulitzer
Readers: Beachy pink by Lilly Pulitzer
Hair bow: Pink grosgrain
Cologne: Wink by Lilly Pulitzer
Nail varnish: Lovie Dovie by Essie
Lipstick: Laser Pink by Chanel
iPhone cover: Limeade Floater by Lilly Pulitzer
Shoes: Orchid pink Revas by Tory Burch
Cardi clip: Vintage clip by Trifari
Earrings and ring: Monogrammed with my "maiden monogram"--very old!
Wedding band: Rollring Trinity by Cartier
Watch: Oyster Perpetual by Rolex

{I HAVE NO IDEA WHY THIS TEXT IS UNDERLINED! CAN'T UNDO--UGH!!!}

Rainy Night in Florida...Limeade Floater by Lilly Pulitzer

It was "Bring your own" so I carried my Merlot in my Redneck Wine Goblet!
Thank you for visiting with me today. Yesterday, I used my LAST CAN OF PUMPKIN. Today, I'm on the hunt for more!

18 comments:

Dee Stephens said...

I can't find pumpkin here in Charlotte!
Those redneck wine glasses are all over the gift stores here in the Carolinas!

how i met your father blog said...

adorable, as always!! love the goblet, with the "to go" lid!

Suburban Princess said...

Adorable!! Since it's TG in 2 weeks I need to make sure I have enough pumpkin! I better go shopping today for the essentials!

Bethany said...

What an adorable little suprise. Love the pie in a jar and your outfit is cute!

Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Adorable Janice!! I have to try that one in mini :) Such a sweet gift and the outfit is beautiful too!

Hugs, Cynthia

Emily said...

oh my gosh! How cute are you! I love the treats you decided to bring..and your outfit as always! Happy fall!

Mona said...

Adorable outfit. Love the card-clip! The "to-go" lid on your goblet is perfection.

Laurie of Lulu and Daisy said...

Fabulous Pumpking Pies! I was just thinking it was time to make Pumpkin bread. Love your goblet, too!

Cecilia said...

This may sound dumb..but did you bake the pumpkin in a jar first, or just print instructions for ladies to do it later?

Miss Janice said...

Y'all, I prepared the pumpkin mix, poured it into the jars, then baked the pies in the oven:)

Cecilia said...

Thanks, Janice . I google the pies and you can freeze hem and bake later too. Don't know if i could wait!
I have just acquired a Lily Bermuda bag!! Now I am hunting out more covers!
great blog.

Kathy said...

You really should read the book club selection...I recently read it and it was very good.
Lovin' the little pumpkin pies in a jar! Must try that...

Mimi said...

Looks yummy!! Such cute presentation, too!! Your book club sounds a lot like ours.

Mimi said...

also meant to add: I made your pumpkin butter recipe last Thanksgiving for my family as a "Take Home" treat and everyone loved it ~ will be making more soon.

Julia said...

What a great idea! I have never made pie in a jar, but I think I am going to try it! And the redneck goblet is so cute! Thanks for the neat post.

Julia @ misssouthernpreppy.blogspot.com

Hines-Sight said...

Love these. What a fantastic idea.

malbsure said...

Need to know more about that circular jack'o'lantern tie-on label you used -adorable!!

Miss Janice said...

Malbsure,
Those are party printables that I bought on Etsy from www.etsy.com/shop/FrogPrincePaperie.