You know you can count on our blog to keep you updated on the most delicious dessert recipes and baking tips. This is why we thought we’d share some of our favorite baking hacks to help you navigate your kitchen just a bit more easily.
Here are Our Top 10 DIY Baking Hacks
Dental Floss Is the Best Cake Knife
We love sharing our cheesecake recipes with you, and we realize cutting one of these can be a challenge. Use unscented dental floss for a fast and clean fix.
Use Unsalted Butter instead of Vegetable Oil
Using a boxed cake? It’s ok. We don’t always have time to create one from scratch. Instead of using vegetable oil, replace this ingredient with unsalted butter. It will make for a fluffier, more delicious cake!
Muffins Tins are Versatile!
A muffin tin can be used for so much more than just baking your morning muffins. Try using one for some incredible desserts, like these Muffin Tin Jelly-Filled Doughnuts, or these Cherry Puff Pastries.
Ice Cream Scoop Your Cupcake and Muffin Batter
If your muffin tin recipes are not measuring out the same, use an ice cream scoop to fill each tin evenly.
Wine Bottles are for More than Drinking
Is that rolling pin already dirty? Or maybe you just don’t bake enough to have one on-hand? Grab a bottle of wine and start rolling that dough. Make sure it’s empty or corked well, as spilling the wine isn’t ideal!
Use Marshmallow Creme Instead of Whipped Cream
If you’re using whipped cream and need it to stabilize enough for a particular shape or consistency, use some of our Marshmallow Creme to thicken it up!
Make Your Own Brown Sugar
If you completely ran out of brown sugar and don’t feel like running back out to the store, have no fear. Make your own brown sugar with white sugar and molasses.
Warm Glasses = Melted Butter
Use a warm glass to cover any butter that you need softened or slightly melted before baking. It’s easier than microwaving!
Spray Your Measuring Cups
Use non-stick cooking spray in your measuring cups to prevent the stickier ingredients from sticking to the cups.
Handle Sticky Foods with Ease
Making marshmallow desserts that could stick to your hands? All you have to do is wet your hands or place a small amount of vegetable oil on them ahead of time. This is especially helpful when making these quick and easy Marshmallow Popcorn Balls.
We know these baking hacks can be helpful to the average baker, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we have!