Earlier this week, I shared tips about the handy kitchen helper, tinfoil. Well, now it's time to talk wax paper! It's just as helpful and has a variety of uses. I used to think it was only helpful during the holidays when baking, etc, but I found it has a ton of other uses - some that everyone should be taking advantage of as huge time savers in the kitchen.
Take a look:
Use wax paper to keep sandwiches fresh in lunches
Wrap leftover cheeses in wax paper to keep moist and fresh
Use as a non-stick surface for rolling out dough
Bake candies and cookies on wax paper for even cooking and non-stick surface
Rub on cast iron skillets to keep them rust free
Line kitchen cabinets with wax paper to catch dust and crumbs. Change as necessary.
Make into a cone and use for piping icing on to cakes
Make snack pouches for lunches when you're out of baggies.
Moms, what do you use wax paper for in your kitchens?