Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze


Sinful and rich chocolate cake with espresso and chocolate chips topped with a caramel glaze makes a stunning cake to serve your guests with coffee.

Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze |

Mixers beating at full speed. Mess of flour everywhere. Ovens on full blast. Dishes piled high. Once November rolls around, that’s pretty much the scene in every kitchen. Holiday baking has begun! This time of the year can be stressful for most, including myself. When time is limited and company is coming over, you don’t have time to deal with mishaps. How many of you ruined a cake because it stuck to the pan? Notice me raising both hands and a foot? I avoided bundt cakes because they stuck most of the time. Until now. When I was asked to use PAM Cooking Spray in the kitchen, I knew I’d be testing it out with this Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze. Why? Because I made this once before, just to have it rip in half when unmolding. I don’t think it helped that my pan was 10 years old either. So with a new pan and PAM Cooking Spray in hand, I was ready to unmold the perfect bundt cake.

Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze |

My PAM Holiday Tip in the kitchen is to make a recipe that requires little fuss to serve. I love bundt cakes for their simplicity. The shape of the pan, whether simple or fancy, makes it ready for serving almost instantly. No need to bake three layers of cake and beat several sticks of butter for frosting, just to prove you have the frosting skills of a three-year-old. Just dust with powdered sugar or drizzle with a simple glaze before serving. The last thing you need is for all your hard work to stick. Trust me – I’ve cried over my fair share of ruined cakes.

Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze |

So why is PAM Cooking Spray necessary for my holiday baking? There are seven specially formulated non-stick sprays. Naturally I chose the Baking formula, which combines butter and flour to ensure superior no-stick results and leaves up to 99 percent less residue buildup than other cooking sprays. That means less time washing the pan and more time eating cake. PAM also has an improved formula with zero calories per serving (which is a plus for those watching your holiday calories).

Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze |

The idea behind this Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake recipe is to make a quick and simple cake to serve with coffee (or tea), whether it’s the end of a holiday meal or a quick get together in the evening. I started with the idea of espresso because everybody needs extra energy during the holiday. What pairs well with espresso? Chocolate and caramel. Did you know using coffee in the batter enhances the chocolate? That’s why I paired it with a chocolate cake then drizzled caramel glaze on top. If you are not a coffee lover, just substitute plain boiling water.

Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze |

So go ahead. Grab some coffee and a spoon. I’ll be there to join you shortly since I won’t need to throw a tantrum in the kitchen, now that my bundt cakes won’t stick anymore.

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Double Chocolate Espresso Bundt Cake with Caramel Glaze
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PAM Baking Spray
2 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, cut into tablespoon pieces
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup Dutch process cocoa powder*
1 tablespoon espresso powder dissolved into 3/4 cup boiling water
2 cups granulated sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 eggs
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream or milk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup powdered sugar, sifted


    For the cake
  1. Preheat oven to 350F. Grease a 10-12 cup bundt cake pan with PAM Baking Spray.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.
  3. In a large saucepan, melt the butter. Once completely melted, whisk in the sour cream until smooth. Whisk in the cocoa powder and espresso then whisk in the sugar and vanilla until smooth.
  4. In a small bowl, lightly beat the eggs. Add a little bit of the hot batter to temper the eggs then add it back into the saucepan. Gradually whisk in the flour mixture then stir in the chocolate chips.
  5. Pour the batter into the cake pan and bake 40-45 minutes until the cake is firm, slightly pulled away from the sides of the pan, and a toothpick comes out clean. Cool in the pan for 20 minutes then invert it onto a large plate to cool completely.
  6. For the glaze
  7. In a medium saucepan, melt the butter. Stir in the brown sugar and cream/milk until smooth. Boil for 1 minute then remove from the heat. Whisk in the vanilla and powdered sugar until smooth and thick. Pour over cooled cake and let sit for a few minutes or until the glaze hardens.


*It is highly recommended to use Dutch process cocoa. However, if you do substitute standard cocoa powder, increase baking soda to 1 1/2 teaspoons.

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  1. Heather B says:

    Get organized and wash and clear as you go.

    • teresa sulyok says:

      shop early and keep a well-stocked pantry with baking staples and a few basic cooking staples. and keep a good supply of cookbooks.

  2. nikki haley says:

    Make sure your spice cabinet is stocked! Then there’s no last minute running around to pick up spices you’re out of!

  3. I use Pam’s baking spray and find it works quite well. (Although I haven’t tried it on a bundt pan because I don’t have a bundt pan.) Also, you said the three magic words: chocolate, espresso, and caramel. Yum! (Funny enough, I have a post coming up on Wednesday involving chocolate and espresso.)

  4. annette turello says:


  5. Gotta have Pam during the holidays. My beaters are at a constant whir. This cake looks amazing!

  6. It sounds really silly and simple, but I save time by taking out all of the ingredients that I’ll need for a recipe as soon as I start preheating the oven. Then, after I use them, I put them immediately back in the cabinet. It helps cut down on clean up time, and it also lets me know if I forgot anything – the left out ingredient will be sitting on the counter when I’m “done”! :)

  7. I save time in the kitchen by preparing dishes in large batches, freezing, then having lots available for later just to heat up!

  8. I have three little sisters and get them to help out during the holidays! They don’t bake often, but they can help save a lot of time by mixing or adding ingredients while you do other things!

  9. I save time by using parchment paper. No need to wash in between baking cycles :)

  10. I use parchment paper and it makes clean up much easier!

  11. Sheila Torres says:

    Read your recipe through – don’t just glance. That way you’ll be sure not to miss anything!

  12. derika lopez says:

    There is no better way to save time in the kitchen than to have easy access to all your cooking tools and ingredients.The less time you spend on getting organized,the more time and energy you will have on developing your own cooking style.

  13. My tip is to cook large portions and freeze for later to save time

  14. I like to prep my veggies on Sunday so during the week I can eliminate all the time it takes to chop, peel, etc. I find I’m much more likely to cook and eat healthy when I do this.

  15. My tip is to pick easy recipes or recipes you’re familiar with so that your time in the kitchen is quicker

  16. chocolatey choco goodness, how do I love thee? let me count the wayyyss

    and I save time in the kitchen by having some prep’d stuff already just hanging out for when I need it (ie pizza dough, puff pastry, etc)

  17. Lovely cake Carla. Love the espresso in it. You are right about needing a coffee burst of energy in the busy holiday season.

  18. I’ve been blessed in the kitchen since none of my bundt cakes have ever stuck to the pan. I probably shouldn’t even say those words out loud (or write them) – I bet it’ll stick the next time I make them since the universe loves messing with me! This cake looks scrumptious. It’s exactly the type of cake I’d happily snack on every day until it’s all gone. And your photos look beautiful.

  19. My time saving tip is prepare, prepare, prepare – get everything ready ahead of time (and always Pam your Bundt pans!)

  20. Beckie Bergeron says:

    I prep as much as I can in advance so when I get home from work I can quickly get dinner together for my family.

  21. Beckie Bergeron says:
  22. I like to plan ahead uses for leftovers, so that I get double for my time.

  23. I rinse & re-use my mixing utensils, and if I’m measuring something sticky (molasses, honey) then I use a measuring cup that has already been used for oil or yogurt, so the sticky stuff comes out of the cup more easily (and quickly).

    I also use my 15 minutes of baking time for muffins to clear up all the dishes.

  24. I do all the prep for multiple dishes then cook at once

  25. I always use Pam or parchment paper when baking something because it makes clean up a breeze!

  26. My tip is to set out butter and eggs the night before or in the morning before work to let them come to room temperature so they’re ready to go when I’m ready to bake!

  27. My advice is to start collecting gadgets! I have a nut chopper, garlic press, food processor and the ever-glorious Kitchen-Aid. Lord almighty, these little beasts are PHENOMENAL in easing all kitchen ventures. To apply this to real world examples 1) Pie crust in the food processor. GOSH, I can’t believe I ever spent so much time and effort cutting frozen butter into the flour. With a food processor it literally takes 5 mins to throw an entire homemade crust together. and 2) Fresh Whipped Cream in the Kitchen-Aid. While your pulling the pie or crisp out of the oven, just throw some cream in the bowl, turn it on medium and let it hang out until it’s light and fluffy and just needs a little powdered sugar sprinkled in it. Fresh and spectacular every time!

  28. Christina S. says:

    I make the simplest meals possible so nothing can go wrong (99% of the time) and so I spend the shortest amount of time in there.

  29. Make stuff ahead of time and in bulk. And always accept help when needed

  30. My best time-saver during the holidays is to stay organized and make just 1 trip a week to the grocery store. You’d be surprised how much time you lose when you have to make a last-minute trip out to grab some more cinnamon or milk!

  31. Lisa Brown says:

    prepare as much as you can a day ahead of time so you are not overwhelmed
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  32. Lisa Brown says:
  33. Super simple. Clean as you go.

  34. Ashley H. says:

    Plan as much as I can ahead of time.

  35. Yesterday, as I was crushing graham crackers with the rolling pin in a Ziploc bag, I asked my daughter, “Why couldn’t we pour the melted butter right into the bag with the crumbs and sort of knead it by hand to mix it?” It worked like a charm and saved washing a bowl. Always a good thing.

  36. My tip is to make a large quantity so you can freeze meals.

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  38. Wash dishes as you go.

  39. Chop up vegetables on the weekend and put them in baggies so that you have ready-made ingredients to throw together for a quick meal in the middle of the week.

  40. Debbie Jackson says:

    My tip is stock up on necessities prior to baking time shopping sales. roddjackson at hotmail dot com

  41. For me to save time in the kitchen, I get everything ready and set out ahead of tune and then make sure I will be uninterrupted-put a movie on for the munchkin or wait until he’s in bed. Doing that saves me SO much time because I’m not running back and forth between the kitchen and the rest of the house!

  42. courtney b says:

    my tip is get your husband to help you!:) or your kids!!

  43. courtney b says:
  44. My tip for saving time is soak dishes to make clean up easier.

  45. Chop up your veggies and save extra for soups and stews in the future!

  46. amy pugmire says:

    My tip is to not wait till the last minute and cook extras. whether you make extra dinner and freeze it for another night. When we cook our neighbor and friend gifts we do cookies and I have my mom and sister help and we make a ton and freeze it to finish it another day. Then all we have to do is bake the next time.

  47. amy pugmire says:
  48. I save time by mixing up all the dry ingredients for several different types of Christmas cookies and then putting them in zippy bags or covered bowls and then when I have time I mix up the rest and either bake them right away or roll them into logs and chill to continue baking on another day.

  49. D Schmidt says:

    My tip to save time over the holidays is make cookies in advance and then freeze them, I also tend to do that with scones, fruit pies and pound cakes as well! I also admit sometimes when I am short on time to using ready made frosting.

  50. D Schmidt says:
  51. Jettison the stuff you don’t use and put everything important in logical, easy-to-reach places.

  52. karen medlin says:

    Nice tip on using coffee in the batter! I keep all my cooking utensil that I use daily close by, the others are stored in the back of the cabinet drawer. On weekend I cook a double or triple batch of pancakes and freeze the rest for quick morning breakfast.

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  54. Melissa L. says:

    My tip for saving time in the kitchen is clean up as you go. If you are waiting on part of your cooking, you can use that time to clean up. Then it doesn’t seem as bad!

  55. Jessie C. says:

    My tip is to use slower cooker and menu plan dishes around it.

  56. Jessie C. says:


  57. Nancy Salamon says:

    I pull together everything needed for the recipe and immed. put it away when I’ve used it. Also, I fill the sink with hot, soapy water and put in the used cups or spatulas, etc., they’re practically clean and ready to be used again.

  58. To save time in the kitchen I try to do all of the prep work ahead of time. Usually when my kids are napping :) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!
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  60. Organize, organize, organize. Norhing wastes more time like searching for lost utensils or ingredients.

  61. This is a perfect cake! Anything that can be made AND devoured in less than an hour, includes chocolate, caramel AND coffee gets my “MAKE ME” seal of approval :)
    To save time in the kitchen, I have a “mise en place” of pre-cut and pre-measured items ready to use in my pantry and fridge

  62. I plan ahead as much as possible.

  63. This is perfect for all my coffee and chocolate loving friends!

  64. Jessica To says:

    I try to use my crockpot a lot and I clean up as I go.

  65. I save time by making a lot of slow-cooker recipes. I also get my daughter to help a lot in the kitchen.

  66. nannypanpan says:

    my tip is to line your cookie sheets with tin foil or parchment paper to make clean up easy

  67. My best time-saving tip in the kitchen is to do all my chopping and slicing at once. I prep my ingredients for multiple meals all in one day, and either refrigerate or freeze them. Then, when I am ready to cook, I oftentimes only have to heat up my skillet or get a pot of boiling water started to be on my way to a delicious breakfast or dinner.

  68. We have so many Christmas baking traditions- decorated sugar cookies, wreathes made from cornflakes, Chex Mix, etc. :) My best tips are to make double batches and freeze!

    chambanachik at gmail dot com

  69. My tips in saving time in the kitchen? I always double my recipe, especially cookies. I keep 1/2 the dough in the freezer for next time. So I have less dishes to wash and cookies are ready in no time!

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  70. I make as many one pot dishes as possible. Less clean up and prep usually!

  71. I find the easiest way to save time during this busy holiday is to clean as you go!! Nothing deflates a soufflé quicker than plating, then turning around to face a mountain of dirty bowls, spoons, measuring cups and beaters. Even the lowliest of tasks is a part of that big beautiful pictures. Blessings to all this Christmas!!

  72. Wild Orchid says:

    To save time in the kitchen I do a lot of prepping in bulk. For example, I chop my veggies all at once so they are ready to be used in recipes.

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  73. Wild Orchid says:


  74. I usually double up my recipe so i usually have atleast 2 nights of dinner ready.

  75. Heather Zeh says:

    I try to plan ahead and my go to dinners are usually crockpot meals that i can throw together early when things are less hectic

  76. Heather Zeh says:
  77. I clean while the food is cooking also I like to prep veggies and freeze them so dinners are quicker.

  78. i use slow cooker to cook. it save my time.

  79. Love giveaway sweeps and contests! Happy Holidays to all…CLW

  80. Wanda McHenry says:

    I save time by prepping all ingredients before I start cooking or baking.

  81. Wanda McHenry says:
  82. steve weber says:

    wash the dishes as you go.. also prep the night before.

  83. Mindy Merenghi says:

    Clean as you go… and time everything to get finished at the same time so you can be more efficient in the kitchen.

  84. Prep as much as you can the day before!

  85. Prepare ahead of time and clean as you go…. No interruptions such as lengthy phone calls please!

  86. Plan ahead and make what you can before. You can make a lot of goodies ahead of time and freeze them.

  87. Rebecca Graham says:

    I do as much prep work as I can beforehand.

  88. Rebecca Graham says:
  89. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    Clean up as you go~

  90. Mendy Dinsmore says:
  91. my tip is to plan ahead and make sure you have all of your ingredients before you get started!

  92. Susan Smith says:

    I prep as much ahead of time as possible and cook extra which I freeze to use use later.

  93. Susan Smith says:
  94. steve weber says:

    crock pots are your friends.. use them!

  95. If you are like me and LOVE your crockpot, invest in one of the crockpots where the actual bowl is removable and can be run thru your dishwasher! OMG I love it! No more handwashing!

  96. maria cantu says:

    Use a slow cooker so you won’t be rushed at the end of the day.

  97. Prepare as much as you can ahead of time.

  98. Have everything prepped – I have a small kitchen and it’s the only way I can work due to space, but I found it also saves time!

  99. Make a double sized entree and freeze half for another meal :)

  100. Take a hint from the professional chefs. Mis en place – have everything ready and prepared ahead of time before you start to cook or bake.

  101. For a big holiday meal, I like to prepare everything the night before and throw in the crock pot and let that do the cooking all day. When it comes to using Pam, when I make spaghetti, I’ll spray some Pam in the water while boiling the spaghetti so the noodles don’t stick together

  102. My tip is to prep all ingredients first and clean up as you go

  103. I have one day where I do a lot of baking and the items I make I end up freezing and take out as needed.

  104. My tip is to do all the prep work ahead of time, like cutting fruits or veggies, or even buy them pre-cut from the store.

  105. ELIZABETH C. says:

    I save time in the kitchen by preparing meals in advance. When its time to eat, I just warm the food up.

  106. Prep earlier to save time.

  107. My tip is to prep everything ahead of time.

  108. Shannon Baas says:

    Prepare as much ahead as possible.

  109. Cleaning as you go saves a lot of time.

  110. Cindy Merrill says:

    My best tip for saving time in the kitchen: Use a bread machine whenever possible, I couldn’t cope without mine! Not only does it save you the time and effort of kneading, it’s also a far less expensive alternative to bakery bought pastry.

  111. Cindy Merrill says:
  112. I save time in the kitchen by buying store bought and eating out. After 40 years of cooking I look for the easiest way out of it all.

  113. My tip is to have all of your ingredients prepared and ready and also clean as cook!

  114. Theron Willis says:

    I put everything in a crockpot and walk away. No fuss.

  115. Barbara Montag says:

    When making soups stews and other dishes – I always make extra for leftovers and/or freezing.
    Thank you.

  116. Barbara Montag says:
  117. joseph gersch says:

    my tip for saving time in the kitchen is to pre pour the ingredients

  118. joseph gersch says:
  119. kathy pease says:

    If you’re prepping potatoes in advance, keep them full submerged in cold water for up to one day.

  120. kathy pease says:
  121. Erica Best says:

    wash dishes as i go

  122. Erica Best says:
  123. Cooking and baking in large batches and then freezing for later saves both time and money.

  124. Michelle C says:

    My best kitchen tip is all about organization. I keep my best recipes in spreadsheets so I can easily check for ingredients and create shopping lists. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  125. Michelle C says:
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  126. alyce poalillo says:

    I get all om ingredients and tools out and measured before I start cooking anything. Then there are no surprises halfway through the recipe.

  127. when baking get all the ingredients out first

  128. Cleaning up as I go makes my life so much easier!

  129. Stephanie V. says:

    plan and prep the night before – key to success!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  130. Lauren-Olivia Wood says:

    To save time in the kitchen, prep all ingredients ahead of cooking time!

  131. I try to prep meals for the entire week on Sunday to same time on busy weeknights. Or, I rely on crockpot meals during the week.

  132. Sue Barney says:

    Have all your ingredients and supplies out ready and handy, and clean and wash as you go :)

  133. Don’t leave all the clean up until the end. Wash dishes, put away, and wipe up as you go.

  134. clean up as you go and prepare ahead of time and cook before serving :)

  135. Toniecia Owens says:

    I would buy new pots and pans!!!

  136. I cook a large batch of staples such as rice and chicken on Sunday and freeze them to use them later in the week for a bunch of different recipes!

  137. Allison Downes says:

    Plan ahead and do prep work

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  139. Helen Stockwell says:

    Make sure you have all the ingredients you need out and ready to go before you start to help eliminate stopping to find substitution or having to start over.

  140. Lynn Hepburn says:

    My tip-Practice run! I always like to try something new and the day of a dinner/event is not the time to figure out a recipe. Plus sometimes the mistakes taste better than the intended item ;0)

  141. Marcia Goss says:
  142. Marcia Goss says:

    I’m a clean as you go cook! I wash up mixing bowls, utensils, and pans as soon as I am finished with them.

  143. Sherri Michelotti says:

    I clean up as I go along. It just makes it so much easier.

  144. I shell pecans and walnuts all year long and freeze them. For holiday baking I just grab a bag from the freezer. Saves time and saves a lot of money by not having to buy shelled nuts at Christmas time.

  145. We try to make meals where the leftovers can be used for the next nights meal. On the weekends we usually make sauce, soup or chili so we have a few quick weeknight meals on hand

  146. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    I find that cleaning up as you goes sames lots of time.

  147. Mendy Dinsmore says:
  148. Mya Murphy says:

    Getting out all ingredients needed to make my meal.

  149. Have all ingredients out before you start!

  150. Mya Murphy says:
  151. Stephanie L. says:

    Make sure everything is prepped at least the day before.

  152. My tip is to plan/prepare before what you need and have everything laid out when ur prepping to cook

  153. To save time at the kitchen, I prep veggies in bulk for recipes throughout the week.
    When I’m making one recipe, I’ll go ahead and cut up a bunch of extra veggies while the cutting board is out. Then, later in the week, i have less prep when I want to whip something together!

  154. tina reynolds says:

    My tip is lay out everything you need and double check your recipe before starting

  155. tina reynolds says:
  156. I love to use simple recipes, simple ingredients, and my handy kitchen tools.

  157. I have others in the household help out in the kitchen to reduce the stress from cooking and baking. It’s all about teamwork. :)

  158. I save lots of time by cooking food in large batches, then freezing the rest to heat up for weekday dinners.

  159. Multitasking! I do whatever I need to do at the same time as things warm up and I cook.

  160. Margaret Smith says:

    I like to get out all the ingredients before I start to cook and also I like to clean the dishes as I go along with cooking.

  161. Margaret Smith says:
  162. Look now. I’m doing paleo. you can’t go posting all this deliciousness. ;)

  163. Amanda Falicki says:

    Chop all onions and vegs you need at one time for the week. just keep them refrigerated.

  164. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I like to bake more then one thing at a time. It doesn’t take much more time to make several pies then just one and I just freeze the extra ones, to eat later. Thanks for having this contest.

  165. soha molina says:

    Cook the meat ahead of time and store it in the freezer.

  166. I usually try to do whatever I can the night before such a chopping, slicing and even pre-cooking some things.

  167. I cook a lot so I can have leftovers for lunches and other meals.

  168. Lorayne Gothard says:

    I found that to save time in the kitchen, I need to plan out my meals at least a day in advance to make sure I have everything I need. Also a clean kitchen really loves things along.

  169. Lorayne Gothard says:
  170. Alexandra Roach says:

    I clean up as I’m cooking!

  171. Alexandra Roach says:
  172. Do all the prep work first.

  173. My tip would be to get everything out and ready that you’re going to be using so you don’t have to look for stuff while you’re trying to cook!

  174. tracey byram says:

    Wash dishes as you go

  175. Tari Lawson says:

    I like th buy bulk chicken and then cook it all up on the weekend making in in several different ways: cubed, chicken tenders, filets, etc. then I freeze the precooked chicken and just pull it out as needed for a quick meal.

  176. Barb Stenby says:

    Pam certainly saves time with greasing & flouring pans I love that my cakes come out unharmed every time

  177. Barb Stenby says:
  178. Victoria R. says:

    I make sure to put everything away after I add it to the mix – it gets too cluttered otherwise!

  179. Victoria R. says:
  180. Francine Anchondo says:

    I prep all my food before cooking to save time when it has to cook .

  181. I like to clean up as I go along.

  182. Janice Cooper says:

    My tip is to plan and prepare ahead of time. This way you will be organized and have all your ingredients for your meals.

  183. Janice Cooper says:
  184. I learned a trick from when I was visiting my sister this Christmas. She had written out what times all of the side dishes had to be started so that the entire meal would be ready at the same time. thank you

  185. Enlist my little helpers to cook with me! We have fun and spend time as a family plus I have extra sets of hands to help make the clean up faster!

  186. Karen Gonyea says:

    Portion things out when you bring them home from the grocery store !!

  187. Shauntea Crutcher says:

    Make sure you have all of the ingredients before you start cooking.

  188. Natalie yeoman says:

    Having a helper in the kitchen with you

  189. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    My tip is to do quick and easy recipes.

  190. Amanda Sakovitz says:
  191. Nicole Larsen says:

    I prep as much as I can the night before and also load the dishwasher in between cooking so my kitchen is easier to cook in!

  192. Nicole Larsen says:
  193. Tabathia B says:

    I try to plan a weekly menu and then stock up on the basics

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  194. Tabathia B says:


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  195. Thomas Murphy says:

    Prepare as much as possible ahead of time.

  196. Thomas Murphy says:
  197. I buy pre-chopped onions to save time

  198. Collecting all the ingredients for the recipe before I begin baking or cooking.

  199. I preread a reciepe to make sure I have everything and have a sense of what the next step will be

  200. Sarah Hirsch says:

    make large amounts of dishes so you can have leftovers and save yourself the time of cooking the next day

  201. Have all the equipment and iingredients you need for a recipe on the counter so that they are ready to use and you aren’t searching through your cabinets at the last minute, wasting time and delaying the food preparation.

  202. susan smoaks says:

    To save time in the kitchen I use the appliances that help me get things done quick.

  203. Veronica Garrett says:

    Prep ahead of time is my favorite tip.

  204. I set all the supplies out

  205. Elizabeth J says:

    Do as much prep work ahead of time as possible.

  206. Terri Egelund says:

    Don’t try making anything that you haven’t before. Do all the prepping of vegetables etc prior to cooking. Keep organized by cleaning as you go.

  207. Hollie Jahnke says:

    For our family get together I made several things the night before. It saved so much time!

  208. Laurie Emerson says:

    I save time in the kitchen by making casseroles on the weekend. This way I can heat them out throughout the week and just add a salad and rolls. This gives me so much more time to spend with family the rest of the week.

  209. melikegarfield says:

    I don’t have a great kitchen tip…but since I don’t have a dish washer it is important for me to keep up on my dishes to ensure my small kitchen stays clean.

  210. Make sure you have ALL the ingredients BEFORE you start. (Yep, I’m that girl who gets half way in and ooops, not enough ______)

  211. Susan Ladd says:

    To save time I plan ahead and make sure I have everything before I start baking or cooking. Thank for this awesome sweep and have a Happy New Year :)

  212. I do all of the prep work first!

  213. Joanna Allison says:

    I chop up jalepenoes in the food processor and freeze them in ice cube trays and freeze them. Then I pop them out and put in a bag to store. They are great to pop in chili and other mexican dishes.

  214. Do as much beforehand that you can.
    Thanks for the contest.

  215. Prep and Stay Organized!

  216. prepare things ahead of time.

  217. Get organized , thanks for the chance

  218. I definitely prep ahead of time with pre-chopping and cooking dishes I can in advance.

  219. Make sure everything is ready before starting to bake. Not fun when you realize half way through that you are missing an ingredient.

  220. I try to make up as much as I can ahead of time

  221. The sweepstakes is now closed. All entries posted after December 29, 2013 8 PM EST will not be accepted.

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