Eight great ways to use Pam Cooking Spray for more than just baking cookies!
PAM Cooking Spray sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine
I own way to many kitchen tools that don’t get used very often, but one thing I use in my kitchen all the time, Pam Cooking Spray. Like seriously, I use it for cooking my dinner, and then baking my dessert.
Here are the top 8 things I use my Pam cooking spray for:
1) Spray Pam Cooking Spray on your bread pans, muffin tins and cake pans to prevent your breads and cakes from sticking to the side. Your food will slide out easier and you won’t have any crumbs stuck to the bottoms or sides.
2) Spray your cookie sheets with Pam Cooking Spray before lining them with your cookie dough. It will help the cookies slide of the pan without any problems.
3) Spray your knives with Pam Cooking Spray before slicing and cutting. It will help your food slide right off when your dicing up vegetables, or it will help keep your brownies and other desserts from sticking too.
4) Spray your tupperware and plastic containers with Pam Cooking Spray before putting your leftovers inside. It will help prevent those sauces from staining the sides of the container.
5) Coat your griddle or skillets in Pam Cooking Spray to prevent your pancakes, french toast and eggs from flipping and to make the clean up easier!
6) Spray your hands when you’re dealing with sticky foods. Whether you’re hand forming cookies or burger patties, spray your hands with Pam Cooking Spray first to help prevent the food from sticking to your fingers!
7) Coat your measuring cups and spoons with Pam Cooking Spray when dealing with sticky ingredients like honey, maple syrup, molasses and even peanut butter to help the sauce slide out smoothly when pouring.
8) Spray your plastic wrap with Pam Cooking Spray before laying it down over bread or rolls that are rising. This will prevent the dough from sticking to the plastic wrap, so that your bread and rolls don’t lose their shape.
PAM Cooking Spray leaves 99% less residue than margarine or bargain-brand cooking sprays too. So, there you have it – now you can see why I use my Pam Cooking Spray so often.
What’s your favorite way to use Pam Cooking Spray?