Toffee Blondie Bars-Mix in a jar & baked at home!

Mixes In A Jar: After the fair! Part 1.

For the fair this year I entered my own mixes! I haven’t done that since I was little, and entering with my grandma! I help my kids enter their own mixes every year, but my best friend & I decided to join in on the fun this year! She found a great recipe for Toffee Blondie Bars in a jar!

We made the jar, they looked so pretty! Then we entered them in the fair! We both got first place, and I mean, who doesn’t think that’s the coolest thing ever?!

Now I have the mixes at home, and I made my jar of toffee blondie bars!

I’m pretty sure I could eat the entire pan, but I won’t. I promise. 😂

Before Baking:


After Baking:

I love these, and the kids like them!

I’ll be making them again for sure!

If you’re interested in entering mixes in your local fair, I highly suggest finding all you can about it by going to the website for your state!

And, if you need some ideas, follow my Fair Entries board on Pinterest!!

If you want to read about my kids entries, head on over to Family Traditions: Fair Entries post to see!

Have you ever made Toffee Blondie Bars? Let me know in the comments!


| Danielle ✨ |

Here is a simple, yet adorable label you can print to glue to your jars!

Then print the recipe if you’re giving this for a gift!

Toffee Blondie Bars

From a mix in a jar to a pan full of goodness!


  • 1 Quart Mason Jar
  • 1 Cup Flour
  • 1 Tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/4 Tsp Salt
  • 1/2 Cup Mini Chocolate Chips
  • 1 Cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 Cup Health Chips/Toffee Bits
  • 3/4 Cup Rice Crisp Cereal


  1. To make Mix In A Jar: 

    Add all dry ingredients to mason jar, leave out wet ingredients. 

  2. To bake mix:

    Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 8x8 pan. In a medium bowl, add 1/4 cup softened butter, 2 eggs lightly beaten, and 1 tsp vanilla until fluffy. Add the entire jar of Toffee Blondie Mix, and stir until combined. Pour into the pan, bake for 25-32 minutes until the edges start to come away from the edge. Cool in pan, and cut into bars. 

Let's Be Friends!

5 thoughts on “Toffee Blondie Bars-Mix in a jar & baked at home!

    1. The kids were so excited to make it, I didn’t get a photo of the jar before opening it! #reallife

      And I didn’t make labels for our jars. At the fair, we have to have very simple, typed-out labels with no designs or color.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *