Friday, 2 May 2014

1. Don't have a funnel? Grab an envelope!

Cut a hole on one of the sealed corners of an envelope and you will be able to fill and jar mess free.

2. Cook with leftover wine

Just pour your extra wine in a bag or container and store it in the freezer. That way, the wine won't go bad and you'll have it when it's called for in a recipe.

3. A piece of bread helps sugar stay soft

Bread helps to keep your brown sugar from going hard, don't question it, it just works. 

4. Swap the spoon for a knife

One of the worst things in the world is hard ice cream, especially when scooping it is wasting the valuable time in which you could be eating it. Grab a knife, and get down to business.

5. Did someone say "mini tacos?"

Flip a muffin tin over, grab some tortillas, and bake. Fill the finished product with some salsa and cheese, and you are now officially a chef. 

6. A perfect slice 

Before you end up with a plate full of big cake crumbs, run a knife under hot water before cutting into the cake.

7.  Ramp up the Ramen

Ramen noodles are easy and filling, but sooo boring and sooo lacking in nutritional value. Try adding eggs, hard boiled or soft boiled, it all works.

8. Speaking of eggs...

A ton of recipes call for "room temperature eggs," which you can achieve by placing the eggs in hot water for 5-10 minutes!

9. Corn without the cob

If you place a cob of corn into the hole of a bundt pan it allows you to slice in a safe way while the kernels fall into a bowl.

10. Cookie Cravings

Roll cookie dough into tiny balls and store them in a bag in your freezer. That way, when your next cookie dough craving comes out of nowhere, you will be ready.
References from: Diply


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