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Living Smarter: Save Time & Money By Using Things You Already Have

Tonight at 8pm, I’m hosting a tele-class called Living Smarter: Save Time & Money By Using What You Already Have. I hope you’ll come! What is a tele-class? It’s a little like a conference call, except that you can call in by phone or login from your computer. There will be a chat window where you can ask and answer questions. Everyone will be muted except for me as I give the class. How long is the tele-class? One hour, give or take a few minutes. What are you going to talk about? We are going to cover four main points … Read more

How to Make an Ice Cream Cake {Tip from Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters}

Another of the things I explain in Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters is how to use a springform pan to create a perfect ice cream cake. You won’t believe how easy it is! I am SO EXCITED about Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters! I’ve never worked so long and so hard on a blog project before, and it is perfect! Want to know a little secret? Because I love my readers, I set up the cart so that you can buy the PDF version now, before the actual launch. Head over here for details about the book, the bonuses, and a special price … Read more

Smiley Breakfast Cups – Quick and Easy Breakfast

Smiley Breakfast Cups

From my new book, Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything, these Eggs-tra Special Breakfast Cups are always a big hit at my house. You can use a couple of tater tots in the bottom, but smiley potatoes are always a huge hit with my kids. That way, when you turn the cups out, there is a big smile on top of the eggs and ham. It is a nice way to start the day. The best thing about these egg cups is that they reheat nicely. You can make a big batch on the … Read more

10 Things to Cook in a Bundt Pan

what to do with a bundt pan

Some call it a bundt pan, a fluted pan, or even an angel food cake pan. Do you have one? Do you use it? A tube pan is slightly different than a bundt pan. A bundt pan (pictured below) has indentations that make bumps on the finished cake. A tube pan has a flat bottom and sides. They are otherwise the same, and all of the following suggestions will work in either kind of pan. At the opening dinner of the Savvy Blogging Summit years ago, Debba confided that she’d thrown her bundt pan away. Another person at our table, … Read more