Mash Avocado Onto A Sandwich for a Healthy Mayo Alternative

Mayo isn’t for everyone, particularly if you’re counting calories and/or health conscious. It turns out mashing a little avocado into your sandwich is an ideal (and tasty) mayo alternative, with no culinary skills required!

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Rating: 3 (from 3 votes)

Slicing Strawberries with an Egg Slicer

Summer is a great time to eat strawberries ala carte, or as part of a fruit salad. However slicing them can be a pain. Use a standard egg slicer to slice strawberries to make your prep time more “fruitful!” For optimal results, make sure you cut off the stem prior to slicing.

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Rating: 10 (from 10 votes)

Shred Chicken with a Mixer

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Get dinner on the table in a flash with this time saver. Rather than use your fingers or forks to shred chicken breasts for soups, salads, or other chicken recipes, throw the chicken into your mixer. You’ll have your hands freed up for other tasks, and your chicken will be shredded to perfection.

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Rating: 6 (from 12 votes)

Ice Cube Tray Cookie Dough

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We believe that when you make cookies, you should do it big. So, we suggest you double the recipe and bake up a batch to indulge in right away. With the second half, stock up your ice cube trays. Divide your dough into individual ice cube compartments, and throw your trays in the freezer. It’s handy to have ready to bake cookie dough when your kids show up with an unexpected group of hungry friends. Or when you have a killer cookie craving of your own. Be prepared with fresh, homemade cookies in minutes with your ice cube tray cookie dough.

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Rating: 9 (from 9 votes)

Clever Cupboard Door Storage

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If you’re looking for a simple, space saving idea that makes the most of unused space in your kitchen, try this clever cupboard door storage trick. Attach clothespins to the inside surfaces of your cupboards. When you’re ready to hang it up for the day, you can. Literally. Clip your dish cloth and sponge to the clothespins to dry. Your sink and counter space will be clear and tidy. And, the clothespins work well for rubber gloves or even fly swatters.

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Rating: 5 (from 9 votes)

Cookies and Milk with a Holiday Twist

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Our friend Julie Blanner takes a standard holiday treat and gives it a twist, literally. A large candycane dipped into a jar of milk not only has great visual appeal, but it also flavors the milk subtly, and adds a bit of color. A simple hack for holiday treat ideas that is sure to please kids and adults!

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Rating: -3 (from 9 votes)