2-ounce Souffle cups

Have you discovered disposal souffle cups?   They look like this…

I grab these for so many things, wash them and reuse them.  Here are a few…

1.  When my husband buys those big bags of M&Ms from Costco, I scoop individual servings into these cups for grandchildren.  It keeps lots of hands out of the big bag.

2.   Individual servings of candy, crackers, raisins, chocolate chips, cookies and just about any small food items can be carried easily when traveling.

3.  If you’re watching calories, you can measure serving sizes and carry these in your lunch bag.  They hold about a serving size of things like salad dressing, peanut butter, cream cheese & mayonnaise.

4.   Here’s another idea if your children like to play with some of  the PYSSLA beads.  Sorting the beads makes it easier to “paint” pictures to melt.

Use empty 33.8 fluid ounce Smart Water bottles to store the 2 ounce souffle cups.  Cut the top off the bottles and the sleeves of souffle cups slip right inside. 

Also, the cups with different colored beads fit really well in these bottles for storage purposes.

What uses can you come up  with for these incredible little cups?  If you can’t find them locally, click http://amzn.to/Q8dUMe to order them.

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