This tutorial shows you How To Make Homemade Cooking Spray using only two ingredients and no crazy chemical additives!
I have used cooking oil spray my entire adult life and never really realized that I could make my own. For one, now I know EXACTLY what is in my cooking spray because I am making it myself. The second thing, no crazy additives, chemicals or things that I cannot even pronounce. And the third thing, I'll likely never run out of cooking spray again!
Since I've been making my own cooking spray, I couldn't be happier with the way it works. I can make cooking spray using any oil I like, so I can use different cooking sprays depending on what I'm making. My favorite by far is olive oil cooking spray, but for this tutorial, I'm going to use vegetable oil!
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What You Will Need:
4 parts distilled water (I used 1 cup)
1 part oil of your choice ( I used ¼ cup)
1 clean spray bottle ( Purchase HERE )
Optional: Kitchen Funnel ( Purchase HERE )
Start by adding 1 cup of distilled water to your spray bottle.
Next, add ¼ cup of the oil of your choice.
Shake well and be sure to label your spray bottle so you know what kind of oil is in the bottle! You can print and use my Free Printable Labels HERE!
Simply spray your pots, pans and baking sheets before use for a wonderful, non-stick cooking experience! I like to use vegetable oil spray for baking and olive oil spray for most other cooking. You can definitely feel good about this cooking spray because you know exactly what's in it.
***NOTE*** This mixture needs to be shaken before each use. Because it doesn't contain chemical binders, the oil and water will not stay mixed together.
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