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Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

I hosted a party last week and I wanted to serve a menu full of “fall-themed food.”  We had apples and caramel dip, s’mores bars, bacon wrapped hot dogs, pumpkin cream cheese muffins, and pumpkin cream pie in individual servings in mason jars.  Oh, how fun those desserts were and delicious too!  And honestly I think it only takes just a few minutes longer to make them in individual jars instead of one pan.

This was the original pin that inspired it.  Pumpkin Cream Pie from The Crafting Chicks.

I started by buying a dozen half-pint sized mason jars.  They run less than $10 at Wal-mart.  I plan on canning apple butter again in a few weeks, so I will be needing those jars for that anyways.  (I will just wash and reuse them.)

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

Prepare your crust.  (Full printable recipe below.)  I spooned some of the crust in each of the jars and pressed it down.

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

Then I mixed up the pumpkin filling.  Because I decorate cakes I had pastry bags on hand.  If you don’t, you can easily use a large ziploc bag.  Spoon the filling into the bag and cut off the corner of the ziploc bag.  Then pipe the filling into each jar.  This makes this part super easy!

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

Then top with a spoon full of cool whip or reddi whip.

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

Love the pretty layers!

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

If you wish you can sprinkle on a bit of pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon on the top.

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

Everyone loved these at the party.  I didn’t even get to eat one that day so when I finally pulled mine out of the fridge to photograph and then eat, I found out why!  They were super yummy!

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

Now, for the free printable part of it.

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

This is how I presented them at the party.  I created a printable with 12 jar toppers on it.  Printed it out, cut out the circles, topped the jars and then screwed back on the lid.  Then served a tray full of ball jars topped with these cute jar labels.

So cute!

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

And just in case you decide to make these, I will include the Ball jar topper label so you can print it too.  Just click on the image, then right click and select “save image as”.  Then you can open it and print it (select 8 x 10 for the size and print it on a regular 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper).  I printed it on a sheet of cream card stock.

Pumpkin Cream Pie printable

And here’s the recipe in printable format.

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Pumpkin Cream Pie
Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12
  • Graham Cracker Crust:
  • 1½ cups finely crushed graham crackers (about 1½ packages of graham crackers)
  • ⅓ cup sugar
  • 6 Tablespoons melted butter
  • Pumpkin Cream Pie:
  • 1 cup pumpkin (pureed)
  • 2 cups cold milk
  • 2 boxes of instant vanilla pudding (3.5 oz. size)
  • 1 tsp. Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1 cup frozen whipped topping, thawed (such as Cool Whip–or make your own whipping cream)
  • Extra whipped topping for the top of the pies
  1. Mix graham cracker crust ingredients together. Press into the mason jars with your fingers, and chill.
  2. Mix together all filling ingredients in a bowl by hand or on low speed with a blender for 1 minute. Spoon filling into mason jars on top of the graham cracker crust. Top with a layer of whipped topping and chill in the fridge for about 3 hours.

I hope you enjoy these as much as we did!  I definitely plan on making these again this fall.   They were delicious and the presentation in the ball jars make them as look as good as they taste!

Pumpkin Cream Pie (served in individual mason jars)

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  1. What a cute idea! I’ve recently gotten into gifts in jars and will have to try this! Thanks for your kind words on my blog at Serenity Now.
    Kathy Penney @ Pinner Takes All recently posted..DIY Art: Sugar & Spice Paper Quilt/Photo MatteMy Profile

  2. Heavenly sounding!! Will try for sure!
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  3. I want to try these! They look so cute and yummy!!!

  4. So cute! I printed the recipe. I hope to try it. Thanks for sharing. laurie
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  5. These look darling & delish!

    Enjoyed looking at your October projects and especially love your “barn wood” from the pallet.

  6. Hello, I love love love this idea! my question is if I want to give these out to teachers for gifts what would you use for the whip cream topping instead? I think it would melt by the time they made it to school with my daughter. Any tips or suggestions? thanks so much. Marcie

  7. Thanks- this looks delicious!

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