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Freeze Oatmeal in Silicone Baking Cups [Food Hacks]

Freeze Oatmeal in Silicone Baking Cups [Food Hacks]:

 

Old fashioned oatmeal tastes much better than instant varieties, is cheaper, and better for you. The downside is that it takes a while to cook, usually 10-20 minutes or a little longer if you use steel-cut oats. Why not make a large batch when you have the time and then freeze individual portions in silicone muffin tins and/or baking cups? More »


 

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Reboot Your Drinking Habits with the Ctrl-Alt-Delete Cups

Reboot Your Drinking Habits with the Ctrl-Alt-Delete Cups:

 

 

Reboot yourself each time you have a coffee break with these cups from ThinkGeek!  The Ctrl-Alt-Delete Cup Set consists of three 8-ounce plastic mugs that look like giant computer keys.  They can be used for hot or cold drinks, they’re dishwasher-safe, and they sit on a “circuit-board” tray when they aren’t in use.  They would be cute on a kitchen counter or on your desk at work.  They’re $11.99.

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Reboot Your Drinking Habits with the Ctrl-Alt-Delete Cups originally appeared on The Gadgeteer on February 18, 2012 at 10:00 am.

 

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Bake Cupcakes in Ice Cream Cones [Dessert]

Bake Cupcakes in Ice Cream Cones [Dessert]:

 

As we all know, cupcakes are great for parties. Reduce a bit of waste and make a fun tweak on the concept by baking the cake in ice cream cones. Kid craft weblog Kiboomu shares the instructions: Prepare your cake batter as normal and add ¼ cup to ⅔ cup of batter into each cone. Place the cones in the muffin tin and bake at 350-degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes or so. More »

 

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