Glass Cookie & Cracker Jar (1-gal.): Stainless Steel by Anchor Hocking
These 1-gallon glass jars are perfect for your favorite cookies, snacks, baking ingredients and dry goods. Indents on sides make them easy to grip and carry. Wide mouth adds convenience for filling or for extracting items.Since 1905, Anchor Hocking has been a leading producer of consumer glass produ... See complete description »
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These 1-gallon glass jars are perfect for your favorite cookies, snacks, baking ingredients and dry goods. Indents on sides make them easy to grip and carry. Wide mouth adds convenience for filling or for extracting items.
Since 1905, Anchor Hocking has been a leading producer of consumer glass products, from tableware to storage containers. Its product lines continue to evolve and expand, while some of its best, like these storage jars, have never gone out of style.
Love being able to see what is in the cookie jar! I'm thinking of personalizing/embellishing the lid. :)
This is a very nice jar and I like looks. It will work great for cookies for my Grandkids.
The lids for these jars don't work right. They are very hard to get to line up correctly and definitely don't fit snug. I had water pour out of mine when it was tipped to the side.
THE JARS ARE JUST WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR. I USE THEM FOR COUNTER STORAGE....COOKIES, CRACKERS, PASTA...MOST ANYTHING. THESE ARE A GREAT SHAPE, BIG ENOUGH TO HOLD LARGE QUANTITIES AND LOOK GOOD, TOO!
I love these jars. They can hold cookies, snacks, and you could also put your hot chocolate mix in it along with a hot tea mix drink. The possibilities are endless. You could even take it out of the kitchen and use it in the nursery, craft room or bathroom. If you have more than one you'll find multiple uses for them.
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If you need a batch of cookies to last a few days, slightly underbake them, so they won't become tough and dry after the first day.