That leftover lazy Sunday brunch maple syrup from Vermont is too good to waste. It would be a shame! We comb our kitchen for a clean way of transferring it back to the jar only to be left with frustration and a sticky mess. If only we had a funnel. Well, that’s where I come in. Right now, your kitchen most probably offers several options for your “funnel”, but here are three to get you started and your imagination to start, well, imagining.
- Insert contents, from liquid to jelly beans, and secure or twist the top.
- Snip one of the corners and place over desired jar opening. Watch as your contents neatly drop below.
- Make a cone out of parchment paper and tape the side.
- Add dry ingredients, rice, spices or beans, and place over desired jar opening. Voila!
Paper Cone Coffee Filter:
- Place dry ingredients inside. Gather or twist the top and place over desired jar opening.
- Easy Peasy!
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