Here is an easy recipe for homemade bleach/stain remover that works great. Keep in a dark container - or reuse peroxide container as storage - because otherwise the peroxide will lose its potency with light.
Stain remover/ homemade bleach
1 part Dawn Detergent
2 parts peroxide
Mix and keep in dark colored bottle/container
I always use milk that is about to expire as an excuse to make homemade chocolate pudding. You can eat it hot or cold. My favorite way is to eat it warm with the skin left on and with a dollop of peanut butter. My husband likes it cold - no skin - and whipped cream. Any way you eat it - it is delicious!
Here is what you need: (You can double batch too.)
Add all but the vanilla to a medium saucepan and whisk to get rid of any lumps. Put on medium heat- but don't walk away for more than a minute - it can burn on the bottom. Stir every minute - or constantly- until it thickens. Once it starts to bubble - keep stirring and cook 2 minutes longer. Take off heat and add vanilla. Pour into your favorite bowls and top with a spoonful of peanut butter or cover with plastic wrap so skin does not form. You can refrigerate or eat warm - your choice. Makes 2 large bowls or 4 individual servings. YUM!!
I received my new Instant Pot Mini(3 qt) for the holidays and I have got to tell you - it is a little intimidating at first. Many buttons and options and the lingering scary thought of a pressure cooker and its safety. Well - I did the water test they suggest(and watched Youtube videos on) and that is all I needed - off I went. . .
Finding good yogurt that was creamy, tasty, and without all the sweeteners/additives in the grocery store that didn't cost an arm and a leg was always difficult. Making in your instant pot is a great solution and easy too! Here is how:
Side note - freeze some of your completed yogurt or your original starter for the next batch. Use ice cube trays and wrap up 2 tablespoons and freeze for next time!