Running out of cooling racks? Use an upside-down muffin tin! Increase your baking capacity by using an upside-down pan as an extra cooling rack. The space between the molds lets the cool air flow freely.
Muffin Tin as Large Ice Cube Tray The cold, hard truth: Small ice cubes melt fast, leaving a pitcher of lemonade watery. To make long-lasting jumbo cubes, use a muffin tin. Pop them out by running the back of the tin under hot water for 30 seconds.
Fruit flies Be GONE! Small dish add a little vinegar add a very small amount of dish soap place wherever you see fruit flies! I tried this with apple cider vinegar & dish soap and it REALLY works. Just don't put in too much dish soap or it won't work!
If you don't have a muffin pan or ever needed an extra one - Use canning lids on a sheet pan to hold paper cupcake liners, so you can bake more cupcakes/ muffins at one time.another idea for jar collection. What a great idea
15 Great Storage Ideas For The Kitchen Anyone Can Do 1
Spraying Pans… without the Mess! The next time you need to spray your pans before baking… simply open up your dishwasher, lay your pan down on the opened dishwasher door, and spray away! No more icky sticky overspray all of your countertops… yay!