We’ve put together stacks of handy Kitchen Cheat Sheets that will have you cooking like a Pro. View them all now!
Need a little hand in the kitchen? You will love this collection of handy Cheat Sheets including 20 amazing Microwave Hacks, tips for Cooking times for Veggies plus Substitutions for Eggs and Butter.
We’ve also included a Chalkboard DIY that will be perfect for the inside of your Pantry. It’s a great way to keep cups and tablespoons on hand or pop your weekly shopping list there! Find out how to reduce a recipe, how long to freeze and whether or not your Eggs are fresh. We have lots of printables and great information. Be sure to view our post to the end and Pin as you go.
These Kitchen Cheat Sheets will come in very handy and you can print them out and pop them on your fridge – source
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This Thanksgiving Cheat Sheet shows you how much you need to serve your guests. Be sure to Pin!
This handy chart shows you how to brew the perfect cup of tea and most importantly how long to steep your teabag for the desired result. We found it here
This Baking Pan Conversions Chart will come in handy.
This Kitchen Pouring Spout clips on easily and is great for draining off fat or water from pasta, there are so many ways to use this handy gadget. It’s available on Amazon for a small price and you can find the details here
This Infographic converts Farenheit to Celcius, Cups to Tablespoons and Metric to Standard. Be sure to Pin it for reference and you can download your free Printable for this very handy here
You can grab a Printable version of this Cup Equivalents Chart here
This Measuring Equivalents Chart was found on the Martha Stewart Site and you can find the Printables here Here’s another great Printable that was found on ‘One Good Thing By Jilly’ – You can find it here
get details —> How to Halve a Recipe
purchase >> Kitchen Cabinet Conversion Chart
Don’t you love the ideas of this Chalkboard Measurement Door. It will come in so handy. You can pop it on the inside of a well used cupboard door and if you don’t want to use Chalkboard Paint, you can actually use Chalkboard Paper which is what the Blogger used. You are only going to need a few items to set this up.
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You can find the full tutorial on the details on the Modish and Main Site here
get tutorial —> Kitchen Jar Labels Tutorial