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How To Apply Saran Wrap That Won’t Stick To Your Food

Here's a great Kitchen Tip for Applying Saran Wrap to your dishes so the cling wrap does not stick!

How To Apply Saran Wrap That Won’t Stick to Your Food. Here is a great Kitchen Tip for applying Saran Wrap to overflowing dishes.  I love making desserts, but most of the time they are trimmed with fruit or other ingredients that stick out over the top of the bowl or dish.  So, when making these dishes and wanting to transport them to a party or family gathering it can pose a problem.

But now I just follow this easy kitchen tip of using toothpicks.  Recently I made Patriotic Trifle and was taking it to my parent’s house.  I simply used this tip and my dessert stayed perfect!

Here's a great Kitchen Tip for Applying Saran Wrap to your dishes so the cling wrap does not stick!

Kitchen Tip: Applying Saran Wrap

First start by placing toothpicks in a circle and then place 1-2 in the center.

Next measure out your cling wrap and loosely place on top.

Smooth the edges around the side to keep the dish covered but be gentle so you do not push down on the toothpicks into your dessert.

Remove cling wrap and toothpicks and your dessert is ready!

Be sure to try this one! The toothpicks are a huge lifesaver when it comes to transporting a dessert or other recipe. I have also sprayed the saran wrap with some PAM to help with it not sticking too.

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