Wednesday, March 07, 2007

WFMW - Measuring Honey & Molasses

In keeping with the kitchen edition this week, here's my quickie little Works-For-Me-Wednesday tip. When a recipe I'm using calls for honey or molasses, I spray a little food release in the measuring spoon or measuring cup before I pour in the sticky stuff. When I pour it back out of the cup it comes out so quickly and easily it usually comes out it one big glob. No more waste and no more "slow as molasses in January" for me. It's quick, it's simple, and it Works For Me. Check out other tips at Rocks in My Dryer.

My other kitchen-related WFMW tips:
Precooking Hamburger
Cleaning out the Fridge


Jen said...

Never thought to do this. Thanks for the tip!

Annie said...

Great easy tip!
Have a great Wednesday.

Rae said...

Great tip! =)

Girl Gone Wild - BibleStyle said...

What a great idea! Never thought to do that.

GiBee said...

It's funny -- I know this tip, but always forget to use it! I could have done this just the other night when I measured out 2Tbs of honey for a salad dressing I was making, and got frustrated because I couldn't get all the honey to come out, and then it got stuck all over the spatual, and then I had strings of honey all over the place, including the counter, my recipe, etc. GAH!

Maybe I need a memory enhancer?!

Unknown said...

What a great tip! I can't wait to bake something and try this one out.

Susannah said...

Lol, very smart! Thanks. (I should have known this years ago...) :~)