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12 Cute & Quirky Cookie Jars to Brighten Up Your Kitchen

Take a page from your Grandma's playbook and add a cookie jar to your kitchen counter! It will hold your fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies, and brighten up your space, too.

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Amazon/Home Basics

Tin Canister

This vintage style tin cookie jar ($17) is chic yet classic, with beveled detailing and a typewriter-style label. It would look great with any kitchen decor, and we love the stylish metal handle for quick cookie access. You’re going to need our top 10 cookie recipes for sure!

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Amazon/World Market

Donut Cookie Jar

In our opinion, not many desserts are better than fresh-baked cookies, but donuts give them a run for their money. So why not combine the two with this adorable donut cookie jar ($33)?

We love the colorful finish, and the secure lid will keep your Chocolate-Glazed Doughnut Cookies nice and fresh.

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Happy Camper

If you’re looking to add a playful element to your kitchen counter, you can’t go wrong with this happy camper cookie jar ($57). Made of ceramic and full of cute details, including a license plate that reads “ENJOY,” it looks like an adorable treasure you found at a flea market.

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Amazon/The Pioneer Woman

Vintage Glass Jar

Who knew a canister could be so beautiful? The shape of this glass cookie jar ($28) is elegant and sophisticated, while the turquoise color keeps it fresh and modern. See the 70 vintage cookie recipes that would be perfect for this jar.

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Amazon/WM

Ceramic Pineapple

For a tropical flair that’s still chic, try this pineapple cookie jar ($37). The ceramic craftsmanship and classic white finish make it a great addition to any kitchen. (This is also a great option if you’re looking for something that seems more like a sculpture than a cookie jar.)

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Amazon/Uglydoll

Monster Jar

The Uglydoll ceramic cookie Jar ($30) is a truly unique cookie jar that’s sure to surprise and delight your guests. You can’t help but laugh at this playful piece while you’re reaching for a sweet treat. Plus, it’s microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.

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Amazon/MyGift

Vintage Ceramic Canister

We love the abstract star design of this turquoise bird cookie jar ($30). The bird figurine on the lid adds a vintage touch. This cookie jar would be beautiful in any kitchen, especially when it’s filled with the kind of cookies your Grandma made.

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Amazon/Goodscious

Mason Jar

The mason jar trend continues and we are here for it, which is why we love this mason jar cookie jar ($16). The retro design paired with a glazed glossy finish makes it the perfect accent piece for your kitchen.

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Target/Threshold

Lil’ Dog

Is there anything cuter than a dog in a sweater? This dog-shaped cookie jar ($20) will bring whimsy and charm to your kitchen counter. And don’t worry about little hands reaching for cookies, the stoneware construction and glazed finish help prevent chipping.

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Target/Threshold

T-Rex Stoneware Jar

Can’t you just hear this T-rex cookie jar ($20) saying, “Rawr! I want cookies!” The all-white design allows the piece to be playful and quirky without being too cheesy. Your kids will love retrieving their cookies from this friendly dino.

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World Market

Gold Metallic Owl

This owl cookie jar ($15) features textured feathers, ceramic construction and a metallic glaze finish. It looks hand painted and one-of-a-kind, so no one will believe you snagged it at such an affordable price.

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World Market

Lucky Cat

Grab the lucky cat cookie jar ($15) to bring a little cheer to your kitchen. This friendly kitty will keep your cookies nice and fresh. When the cookies run out–which they will if you’re making our top-rated recipes—this jar is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

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Erica Young
Erica is a freelance lifestyle writer with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. Her favorite recipes are quick, easy and something her kids will actually eat. When she's not writing you'll find her organizing a closet, roaming the aisles at Target or nursing her third Diet Coke of the day.

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