Use a wine bottle to make homemade ravioli.
Throw down lemon slices to keep your fish from burning and sticking to your grill.
Grapes + lemon juice + gelatin mix = “Sour Patch Kids” candy grapes.
Tic Tac dispensers are great for storing spices…especially in smaller kitchens.
Save your chicken skins for chicken chicharrones.
Weave your bacon like a basket to make the world’s best bacon burger or BLT.
Upgrade your iced coffee by making coffee ice cubes.
Make freezer packs for a quick breakfast smoothie.
Use a Mason jar lid ring to cook the perfect egg round for your breakfast sammie. Make sure you properly grease that lid.
You can also make a killer egg round using an onion ring.
Cook two frozen pizzas at the same time.
Making pizza bagels? Put pepperoni over the bagel hole to a) stop cheese from melting though and sticking to the pan, and b) seriously upgrade the yumminess.
Tired of all the fixins falling out of your burger? Wrap a piece of lettuce around the back end to keep them in place.
Trap your cherry tomatoes between 2 lids and slice horizontally to batch cut them.
Turn any cake mix into cookie dough by adding two eggs and half a cup of oil.
Use a binder clip to revolutionize how you store your beer.
Cook chicken Kiev with a piece of bread underneath to yield a bonus slice of garlic bread.
A vegetable peeler can double as a cheese grater in a pinch.
Try “breading” chicken with crushed, dried edamame for a healthier treat.
Use a baby monitor to keep an eye on the temperature on a grill or smoker while you do other things.
Upgrade your grilled cheese by spreading mayo — instead of butter — on the bread.
And lastly, chopsticks are the answer to ending Cheeto-dust fingers forever.
Strain your salsa to make it less watery and use the liquid to cook rice.
Slice your hotdogs to make space for topping slots.
Use empty ketchup bottles as batter dispensers. Just make sure you wash those first. Unless you’re into that kind of thing.
Skip the pie pan altogether.
Out of hotdog buns? Baked potato that dog.
Use a muffin tin to make brownie bowls.
Clean a spice grinder by blending some white rice.
Chill your onions in the freezer before you cut them to avoid any tears.