What Do You Do with Brown Sugar That is Too Hard?

Cooking Tips with sloCooking What Do You Do with Brown Sugar That is Too Hard? Microwave hardened brown sugar for 30 seconds to make it soft again. If you like what you see here – feel free to check out the sloCooking archive site. Please follow and like us:

Simple Trick for a Fast Homemade Breakfast

Cooking tips with sloCooking. Simple Trick for a Fast Homemade Breakfast If making pancakes or waffles – make a double batch. Freeze left overs for fast homemade “toaster” breakfasts. Bonus – this is kid approved. If you’d like to see past information, please visit the sloCooking archive site. Please follow and like us:

Boost Your Omega 3s with Food

Cooking Tips with sloCooking Boost Omega 3’s with Food Incorporate canned anchovies into your meals to give yourself a healthy boost of Omega 3’s! For past issues, visit the sloCooking archive site. Please follow and like us:

Three Easy Ways to Get Your Family to Eat More Fruits & Veggies

What? You need three easy ways to eat more fruits & veggies? Then I’ve got you covered. The other night there was a post on a FB food groups I follow where a participant was wondering how to get her family to eat more fruits & veggies. As in successfully add more fruits/vegetables into the…

How to Keep Veggies Fresh

Tips Tuesday – To keep veggies fresh in the fridge, line crisper drawer with paper towel. Please follow and like us:

How to Check Eggs for Freshness

Tips Tuesday – To check eggs for freshness, place them in a cup of water. Fresh eggs sink – bad eggs float. Please follow and like us:

How to Keep Salt Dry

Keep RICE in the salt shaker to keep salt from hardening. Rice absorbs condensation. Please follow and like us:

Keep Bananas Fresher

I’m starting a new segment “Tips Tuesday with sloCooking” but in busy mom fashion lost track of time with minimum days this week and one too many 4H activities after school! Hope you find these as useful as I have. And don’t forget, I’m only an email away if you ever have questions. Keep Bananas…