Hosting a Salad In A Jar Party is easy as long as you plan ahead a little. Get all the tips you need to host your Salad In A Jar Party in this post.
This past week, we wrapped up our 6 week Daniel Plan with a cooking demonstration by Chef Neena of Grace Farms , a Salad In A Jar Party, and a bonus session on Happiness and Contentment by our Community Pastor . Chef Neena prepared a Spiralized Cucumber Salad and Ahi Tuna Avocado Tartare, both of which were fabulous.
The Salad In AJar Party was a fun group activity, and a great way to celebrate the completion of our Daniel Plan study. Everyone brought a salad topping, and I provided the mason jars and salad greens. I got this idea from one of the women in our study group who had hosted a similar party at her house.
Given the size of our group – we had over 20 women – the challenge was to make sure we had enough toppings and enough variety.
I would highly recommend hosting a Salad In A Jar Party for your next girls night out, or lunch gathering – it’s a great conversation starter because everyone has their own favorite salad ingredients and packs their jars so differently.
Here are some suggestions on how tohost a Salad In A Jar Party:
As far as the method to layering the Salad In A Jar, hereare a few tips:
To eat, all you have to do is shake the jar if you are using dressing, or pour it out on a plate if you like.
Be sure to take a picture to remember all the fun you had!
Source: Jeanette’s Healthy Living