Tip of The Month

March 2015- Irish Baking

Try your hand at making your own Irish soda bread this St. Patrick’s Day.  When ready to bake, make sure to spray your baking sheet with Baker’s Joy.

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February 2015- BAKING 101

When making a cake or even cupcakes, rotate your baking pans after baked 2/3 of the way to ensure a nice even bake.

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January 2015- BROWNIES A LA MODE

Nothing is better than homemade brownies. Prior to pouring your batter into your baking dish, spray it with Baker’s Joy. Once done, top with vanilla ice cream!

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December 2014- GINGERBREAD TIP

Gingerbread is the perfect cookie during the holidays. Let your dough chill for 2 hours to avoid any sticking to your rolling pin. Spray Baker’s Joy onto your cookie sheet prior to baking.

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November 2014- THANKSGIVING DESSERT TIP

If you are making pumpkin pie for dessert this Thanksgiving, bake your crust for a few minutes prior to pouring your pumpkin filling. Remember to use Baker’s Joy to avoid any sticking to your pie dish.

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October 2014- BAKING TIP

Fall is here! When making pumpkin bread, spray Baker’s Joy into your loaf pan prior to pouring batter.

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September 2014- BREAKFAST SUGGESTION

Scones make a great breakfast treat to enjoy with your coffee or tea.  When making yours, be sure to spray your baking sheet with Baker’s Joy to avoid having the scones stick.

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August 2014- BAKING TIP

Ran out of cupcake/muffin liners? Spray your muffin pan with Baker’s Joy prior to adding your batter!

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July 2014- DID YOU KNOW?

Using eggs, milk and butter at room temperature will create more evenly baked treats. Be sure to use Baker’s Joy when a greased baking dish or sheet is called for.

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June 2014- BBQ TIP

Avoid having your food stick to your grill when cooking! Spray your grill with Baker’s Joy prior to placing your food, to ensure easy removal once done.

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May 2014- A SNACK TIP

Don’t let your French fries stick to your baking sheet! Prior to baking your French fries, spray your baking sheet with Baker’s Joy. Enjoy with ketchup or your choice of condiment.

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April 2014- A GREAT MEAL

Looking to enjoy a balanced lunch? Try a salad topped with chicken and walnuts. Spray Baker’s Joy into a pan and lightly toast your walnuts, to add extra flavor.

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March 2014- A TIP FOR EGG OMELETS

Start your day without a mess. Spray Chef’s Joy Butter or Canola Spray in your pan prior to pouring your scrambled eggs to ensure no sticking. The result will be a delicious breakfast that will energize you for the day!

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February 2014- ENJOY BACON FOR BREAKFAST

Try baking your bacon in the morning! Prior to placing bacon into a baking dish, spray your dish with Chef’s Joy Non-Stick Cooking Spray with Butter or Canola Oil for an easier clean up.

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January 2014- A NEW WAY FOR BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Try roasting your butternut squash this winter. Spray a baking pan with Chef’s Joy Butter or Olive Oil Flavor. Place cubed or sliced butternut squash into your baking pan and season with garlic powder, salt and pepper. Bake at 400°F for 30 minutes or until squash is tender and lightly browned.

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December 2013- TOP NOTCH COOKIES

This season marks the time for baking cookies. To ensure a successful baking experience, spray your baking sheet with Baker’s Joy prior to placing your cookie dough.

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November 2013- THANKSGIVING BREAKFAST

Enjoy a delicious breakfast this Thanksgiving. When making pancakes or waffles, remember to spray your pan or waffle maker with Baker’s Joy prior to pouring your batter.

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October 2013- FALL BAKING TIP

Pumpkin season is here! Whether you are making pumpkin bread, muffins or pie, always spray Baker’s Joy into your baking dish or pan, to ensure easy removal.

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September 2013- AUTUMN BAKING!

Fall is here! When making your favorite pies, remember to always spray your pie dishes with Baker’s Joy before placing your crust in the bottom of the dish. Top your finished pie with ice cream or whipped cream for an extra treat.

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August 2013-BAKE A GREAT CAKE!

Ingredients that will be used in making your cake, including Baker’s Joy, should be room temperature.  Take your ingredients out of the refrigerator 30 minutes to one hour before baking.

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July 2013- REDUCE THE USE OF BUTTER

For every tablespoon of oil used instead of butter, 5 grams of saturated fat can be eliminated! Be sure to try Chef’s Joy Non-Sticking spray in Canola or Olive Oil.

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June 2013- A TIP FOR YOU

Avoid having your oil stick to your measuring cup. Prior to using, rinse your measuring cup with hot water.

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May 2013- BAKING TIP

Be sure not to crowd your oven when baking! Baking dishes and pans should not touch one another or the sides of your oven.

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April 2013- CLEANUP SUGGESTION

Avoid unnecessary cleanup by holding your baking dish or pan over your sink while you use baking and cooking sprays.

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March 2013 – LOW-FAT SUBSTITUTIONS

Plain yogurt or applesauce are excellent fat substitutes for many recipes. As a rule of thumb, replace half the amount of the fat listed in the recipe. For example, if a recipe calls for 1/2 cup butter, use 1/4 cup yogurt or applesauce and you’ll save 44 grams of fat and 400 calories! Simple and still delicious.

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February 2013 – LOW FAT BAKING TIP

If recipe calls for light cream then use evaporated skim milk.

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January 2013 – LOW FAT BAKING TIP

If recipe calls for whole milk then use skim or 1% milk. This will result in a less rich product and could effect custards.

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December 2012 – BAKING TIP

Add some sparkle. Put your cookies in a small gift bag and write seasonal messages on them with stamps or paint pen for a festive look.

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November 2012 – BAKING SUBSTITUTION

If recipe calls for one whole egg then use 2 or 3 egg whites or 1/4 cup egg substitute. Before making any substitutions it is important to understand the function of eggs in baked goods. They add flavor and color and contribute to structure, incorporate air when beaten, provide liquid, fat and protein and emulsify fat with liquid ingredients. Reducing or omitting egg yolk can result in less tenderness. Cakes made without the emulsifying action from egg yolk may not have a uniform flavor and texture.

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