Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
I can't take credit for inventing this. I found it on Fiona Hayne's About.com Low Fat Cooking blog. It's so easy to put together, and it works just as well as Pam.
- Buy a new plant mister bottle. Wash thoroughly before using.
- Add two tablespoons of canola oil followed by 1 cup less two tablespoons of water.
- Use these sprays the same way you would use commercial cooking sprays. Just make sure you shake it before each use.
Hello,Pam! Can't get it here so this was a great substitute and it works like a charm.Thanks for sharing this.
I ran out of parchment paper for a recipe and searched around for a non-stick spray without lecithin. Saw this, made it was skeptical (it was very watery) but it worked perfectly! I used olive oil (healthier then canola). Since I didn't have an empty spray bottle on hand I shook it vigorously in a container and just brushed it on. Just in case you were wondering, this makes 1 cup of spray. 1 cup less two tablespoons means to minus two tablespoons of water from the measured cup.
This worked so great!! I love this homemade "Pam"! It worked just as well as a boughten can of cooking spray, and I like that it's not aerosol. Thanks for the keeper! Made for your football pool win :)