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Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavored Hot Fudge Sauce + $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

An easy life hack to make Thin Mints® Hot Fudge Sauce using Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavored creamer + $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway! For those times when Girl Scouts® cookies aren't available.

Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavored Hot Fudge Sauce
           When I was in Girl Scouts, we had some wonderful troop leaders who spent a lot of time teaching us to be resourceful and creative.
We made butter from scratch, learned to sew, and replanted trees in an area that needed it; but one of my favorite things was when it was time to sell cookies.
I loved the fact my Granny would stock up on Thin Mints® for an after lunch treat or dessert.
It's one of those cookies you can never tire of.
So when I was having a craving for Thin Mints® the other night, I used my smart cookie skills that I 
learned in Girl Scouts to make a Life Hack for a quick Hot Fudge Sauce... what's not to love?
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Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® creamer in Thin Mints® flavor is the perfect addition to my morning coffee. I can never pass on Girl Scouts® cookies and now I can enjoy all the delicious cookie taste, all year long! 
It makes rolling out of bed a whole lot easier.
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To make Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavor Hot Fudge Sauce all you need is 1/2 cup Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavor Creamer and 1 cup Chocolate Chips.
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Stir over medium heat until chocolate is melted and smooth.
Coffee-mate Girl Scouts Thin Mint Flavored Hot Fudge Sauce over Ice Cream #CMSmartCookie
Serve over the top of your favorite ice cream or drizzle over the top of your morning coffee for an extra special treat.
Coffee-mate Girl Scouts Thin Mint Flavored Hot Fudge Sauce #CMSmartCookie
So good I promise it won't disappoint! 
To learn more about all the fun experiences girls and volunteers have at Girl Scouts, visit www.girlscouts.org/join

One last thing before the recipe....
Please leave a comment for a chance to win $100 Visa Gift Card telling me what your favorite Life Hack is?
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Hot Fudge Sauce
Recipe by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Coffee-mate Girl Scouts Thin Mint Flavored Hot Fudge Sauce #CMSmartCookie
Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavored Hot Fudge Sauce. An easy Life Hack to make Hot Fudge.
Prep time: PT2M
Cook time: PT3M
Total time: PT5M
Yield: 5 Servings
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® Flavored Creamer
  • 1 cup Chocolate Chips
  • For Serving: Ice Cream
Cooking Directions
  1. In a small saucepan add Coffee-mate® Girl Scouts® Thin Mints® flavored creamer and Chocolate Chips.
  2. Stir over medium heat until melted and smooth.
  3. Serve over your favorite ice cream.

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  1. use a clothes pin to hold nails while hammering it into a wall

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  2. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/504298476482490369

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  3. use baking soda to clean pots, pans and kitchen counters

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  4. https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/504315191408852993

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  5. Using the shower caps from hotels for large bowl covers!

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  6. Glued magnets onto clothespins, stamped cute phrases on the clothespins and use them tohang precious photos on my refrigerator.

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  7. Any stain on a carpet- sprinkle with baking soda and let set 10 minutes or more. Vacuum the baking soda up and then mix 2-3 drops of Dawn with 2 T. vinegar in a bowl of warm water. Use cloth to scrub spot using mixture and let dry completely. If some remains, repeat. This has worked on some really tough stains on our carpets!

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  8. My favorite life hack is using lemon to clean the inside of the microwave it works great and you aren't using harsh chemicals.
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  9. Mine is to use baby oil on plastic appliances it polishes it up wonderful!

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  10. My favorite life hack is I bring a pool noodle when we travel and put it under the fitted sheet of the hotel bed, to keep my daughter from falling out.

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  12. Use dryer sheets in your sneakers to make them smell fresh.

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  14. i make lipstick out of crayons!

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  15. I reuse coffee cans for storing dry food goods, or they make good bird feeders or planters as well.
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  16. Tweeted:https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz/status/504380950101258240
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  17. Using a paper plate as a splash guard when using a hand mixer!

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  18. My favorite hack to make extra crispy bacon with less fat is to flip over a microwaveable bowl and put it on a plate. Cover the bowl with paper towels and then lay the bacon over the bowl and top with another paper towel. As the bacon cooks the grease falls into the plate!

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  19. What a brilliant idea, mint and chocolate and ice cream go so beautifully together. This sauce would be such a winner!

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  20. to separate egg yolks with a water bottle

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  21. tweeted https://twitter.com/pixystik4u/status/504607459265105920

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  22. Windex to clean off stickers on books bought from a used bookstore. Makes them look like new and doesn't ruin the covers!

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  23. Use coffee filters in the bottom of plant containers so the dirt and rocks don't fall through the holes in the bottom.

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  24. Would have to say that love the sonic blast with oreos. So I'd get ice cream and oreo cookies and mix together for my favorite ice cream - shaunie

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  25. I buy large bags of snacks (goldfish, etc) at Costco, then bag them in snack sized Ziploc bags. Even with the cost of the bags, they are way cheaper than buying the individual serving packages. Then I put all the healthy snacks together in a drawer, so that the kids can just go pick whatever they want, and I know it will be something healthy. (BTW: I love your blog so much!)

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  26. https://twitter.com/biochemgirl123/status/504668607289098241

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  27. https://twitter.com/sandyhills25/status/504670998080143360 - shaunie

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  28. Lay flattened coffee filters in between non-stick skillets to prevent rubbing/scratching.

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  29. Peel a banana from the bottom - you won't have to pick the little "stringy things" off of it. bjn1957{at}gmail{dot}com

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  30. My favorite life hack is breaking off the "clips" on plastic hangers and using them as chip bag clips or for anything else like that I need to clip.

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  31. I tweeted about this promotion. https://twitter.com/PJGurganus/status/504749658330398720

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  32. I keep a box of latex gloves in my pantry. They are very reasonably priced for a large box. I grab a pair and wear them whenever I handle raw meat or other messy job.

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  33. A favorite "Life Hack" I have is to apply chap stick to a cut; it instantly heals a paper cut.

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  35. I tweeted.

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  36. Love this easy way to make hot fudge and mint is one of my favorite flavors! My Life Hack is to keep a granola bar in an eye case so your snack doesn't smooch!

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  37. my favorite life hack is to use cucumber and yogurt for a face mask and moisturizer. we don't spend all that money that people spend on skin products when that is free!!!

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  39. my favorite life hack is adding honey into tea instead of sugar :)

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  40. Putting dryer sheets in the car to make it smell better.

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  41. https://twitter.com/OneFrugalGirl/status/505134432911495168

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  42. I like to make and freeze meals ahead of time so I can just thaw them out and heat them up when I don't have time to prepare a meal.
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  43. Use a dustpan to fill a container that doesn't fit in the sink like this:
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  45. when i have a flat pillow i put it in the sun for 30 min. The sun absorbs moisture and plumps up my pillow. amypugmire@live.com

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  46. https://twitter.com/1amypugmire/status/505337471068950528

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  47. My favorite food Hack/lifestyle Hack is vinegar and baking soda cleans and freshens EVERYTHING!!

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  48. https://twitter.com/rebeccathomasrd/status/505463250830364672

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  49. MMM.. ice cream! Life hack tip: I put essential oil in the vacuum cleaner filter so my house smells a little less like burning dog hair after vacuuming!

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  50. Wow, I can't wait to try this on some ice cream!!! My life hack...I like to use vinegar solution for cleaning just about anything. I don't need to buy a different cleaner for every job. It works for cleaning pet stains too Fresh stains, never tried it on a set in stain. Just use 1/2 cup vinegar (regular, not apple cider vinegar) to 1/2 gallon warm water. Apply to spot liberally. Rinse with plain water. Repeat as needed until it's gone. The vinegar smell dissipates quickly and it doesn't leave a soapy residue. Plus the dog/cat won't be able to smell where the deed was done and re-spoil the area

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  51. I like to use a tackle box to store my art supplies

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  52. Using marshmallows for a sore throat. My kids refuse to take cough syrup

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  53. https://twitter.com/BoyKrazyMommy/status/506204214687588352

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  54. My favorite life hack is the use a pants hanger as a quick cookbook holder.
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  55. -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/506287966876999681

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  56. My favorite life hack is laying out all the breakfast items the night before including spoons, etc. It makes mornings so much simpler and makes my children quieter. I also love to slice a lemon and put it in a bowl of water in the microwave to get rid of odors and make for an easy way to clean it.

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  58. Use dryer sheets tucked in your socks or pockets when outside to keep mosquitoes away.

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  59. Also tweeted: https://twitter.com/SavingForLater/status/506924848073809922

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  60. Someone just told me a good way to use up leftover conditioner is to use it as shaving cream!

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  61. One food hack would be slicing both ends off a bitter cucumber and rubbing them until foamy to remove the bitterness.

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  62. I shared on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dandidaffyhill/status/507004342025469952

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  63. I re purpose everything – old chairs, tables, picture frames, etc… there is really no reason not to take the time to fix something up and re use it.

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  64. https://twitter.com/PrettyHotPink6/status/507597135735291904

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  65. My favorite life hack at the moment is to use a rubber band over one door knob to the other side to keep the door from latching. This is great to know with little kids that can't seem to turn the door handle to get out of the bathroom.

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  66. Tweet: https://twitter.com/HeartnSoulmom/status/507923255370342400

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  67. Chocolate chips + coconut oil = homemade magic shell!

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  68. One of my favorite life hacks is to use toilet paper rolls to bundle electrical cords.

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  69. tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/508353103851454464

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  70. I make extra servings of dinner and freeze them for dinner for busy days.

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  71. https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/508409990776778752

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  72. You can remove wood stain from your hands with cheese. Yep, seriously - rub a piece of cheese (I used cheddar) on you hands and that wood stain comes right off!

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  73. Dryer sheets keep everything in my drawers smelling fresh.
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  74. I Keep bananas fresher by wrapping the stems in plastic wrap.
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  75. https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/508792010761723905
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  76. I make my own baby wipes out of coconut oil and paper towels.

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  77. slice cherry tomatoes by holding them between 2 plates and slide your knife through them all at once
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  78. i tweeted https://twitter.com/thepryfamily5/status/509427500431056896 pryfamily5@gmail.com

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  79. The hack I'm using right now is to keep paint brushes and rollers in tightly sealed bags so they don't dry out while in the midst of a paint job....we are in the middle of painting every room!
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  80. https://twitter.com/mbm218/status/510144186218057728
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  81. Chocolate chips + coconut oil = homemade magic shell! I use that all the time too!

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  82. Rub your hands on a stainless steel sink to remove onion/garlic smell from your hands!

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  83. My favorite life hack is that I vaccuum seal snacks that vacuum well so that it makes me thing twice about snacking on them too often since I'd have to re-seal it afterwards. It helps snacks last longer since I don't eat them as fast!

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  84. I use a baggie to smash bananas in

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  85. freezer meals are my life hack
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  86. I reuse my tide pod container to store the plastic bags from the grocery store to reuse

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  87. https://twitter.com/mkjmc/status/511148838648688640

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  88. When cooking make extra to freeze for other mealtimes.
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  89. My favorite is to use Skin So Soft from Avon to ward of mosquitos,and
    to use on dogs for for flea protection and as a conditioner after their baths.

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  90. http://feeds.feedburner.com/CookingBakingAndBlogging

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  91. My favorite life hack - use home made laundry soap to remove almost any clothing stain.
    thank you

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  92. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/511632803276926976

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  93. Save veggie scraps and chicken bones in a baggie in the freezer until you have enough to make a big pot of stock.

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  94. Tweeted : https://twitter.com/tinawoo21/status/511724011471245312

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  95. I like to use lemon peel in my disposal to freshen the smell

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  96. tweeted https://twitter.com/keshakeke/status/512021719356157953

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  97. Rubbing dryer sheets on a dress you are wearing so it doesn't cling to you - always great for bridesmaids!

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  98. I give each of our five kids two laundry hampers. Darks/lights. I do laundry for one person at a time. I no longer have to sort loads before washing and I do not have to sort things and ask "Who does this belong to?" when things come out of the dryer. I wish I had started doing this years sooner!

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  99. I keep my egg shells in a medium container in the fridge, and once a month or so, sprinkle crushed egg shells around my veggie patch to keep out beetles and slugs.

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  100. I use old nylons instead of cotton swabs -removes nail polish in half the time. truckredford(at)gmail(dot)com

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  101. I use microfiber cloths for cleaning windows and mirrors to shine without lint or waste of paper towels.

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  102. Tweet
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  103. Using apple cider vinegar as a hair rinse/conditioner.

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  104. I like to use Q-tips in place of makeup brushes, is this count as a life hack??? afjackly@oakland.edu

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  105. I use old tooth brushes to clean with.

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  106. https://twitter.com/momknowsbest15/status/513502903948951552

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  107. I use dryer sheets in my car as an air freshener.

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  108. Sounds amazing, I can't wait to try it.

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  109. Freezing the holy trinity of chopped celery, carrots and onions in plastic bags. Pull out a bag of prepared veggies to use in casseroles or soups when time is limited.

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  110. Put Downy Unstopables in a jewelry bag and place in drawers or closets to always have nice and fresh scent
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  111. tweeted https://twitter.com/neiddy_ruiz/status/514431405489528832
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  112. Use a muffin tin to serve condiments at a barbecue

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  113. Tweeted at https://twitter.com/KDFF/status/514480585235263488

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  114. Two words - baking soda. I use it for all kinds of cleaning. Great on pots and pans, the bath tub, stove top.

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  115. Tweeted - https://twitter.com/dmarie824/status/514842655075741697

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  116. Use different color nail polishes to identify keys

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  117. https://twitter.com/tlcfromtn/status/514957895549472768

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  118. I use the microwave to clean my sponges by microwaving them

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  119. tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/515171129497899008

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  120. Coconut oil is my favorite life hack right now. I have been using it for so many things! My favorite is just using it to grease my pans instead of using the fake stuff in the can!
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  121. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/515288944473157632
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  122. Using nail polish to color different keys. I always had a hard time identifying them until this trick!
    sellcrystal2 at yahoo dot com

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  123. tweeted https://twitter.com/zoeybear20/status/515375262804893696
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  124. I like to use dryer sheets in drawers and linen cupboards to keep things smelling fresh.
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  125. tweeted
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  126. one of the lifehacks i find really useful is to hang recipes with a pants holder. achadwick22 at yahoo dot com

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  127. I like to re-use old jars for food storage. Usually works much better than plastic wear.

    Samantha Daleo (samdaleo)
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  128. I like to use vinegar as a fabric softener.

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  129. Wow there are some good ones on here! I use undiluted white vinegar to clean anything that gets moldy!

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  130. I like to cook a double batch of food and freeze the leftovers in individual containers for lunches.

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  131. Tweet - https://twitter.com/willitara/status/516120294474252288

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  132. I don't bother cooking bacon on the stovetop at all, it's too messy and doesn't yield evenly cooked bacon sometimes. I put cooling rack inside one of my half sheet pans and lay the bacon on top of the rack. It cooks perfectly with the grease draining away and it stays nice and straight. I also like to line the sheet pan with foil to make for easy cleanup too!

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  133. I use Bounce dryer sheets for keeping away ants.

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  134. https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=Coffee-mate%C2%AE+Girl+Scouts%C2%AE+Thin+Mints%C2%AE+Flavored+Hot+Fudge+Sauce+++%24100+Visa+Gift+Card+Giveaway+%7C+Serena+Bakes+Simply+From+Scratch&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.serenabakessimplyfromscratch.com%2F2014%2F08%2Fcoffee-mate-girl-scouts-thin-mints_26.html%23.VCnjq74Qd6Q.twitter&related=TTWEETED

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  135. My life hack is using imitation vanilla and water to clean my microwave. Just put a TBSP of vanilla and 1 cup of water in a microwave safe bowl for 1 minute and 30 seconds and proceed to clean. All the food and gunk comes right off plus it smells great!

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  136. I add a 1/4 cup of vinegar with my laundry detergent to help disinfect germs in cold water.

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  137. tweet: https://twitter.com/myfolly/status/516821195334094849

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  138. i posted a tweet:

    https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/516924555139366912

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  139. Save leftover veggies instead of discarding. Even a tablespoon or two can be frozen and later used in soup.

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  140. i like using my crockpot in the morning and coming home from work to dinner being ready!

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  141. I make my lunch in the morning to save time later
    POKERGRL8 at gmail.com

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  142. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/516989487042535424
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  143. I always enjoy using my crock pot during the week. It is such a life hack since it cooks for me

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  144. Tweet: https://twitter.com/electricstar/status/517015957919645696

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  145. One of my life hacks is having separate bins that are labeled in my laundry room by laundry type.

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  146. I Tweeted: https://twitter.com/lisalmg/status/517022500463452160

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  147. Plan out and prepare what you can for your meals for the week ahead on sunday to save time during the busy work week.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  148. https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/517038712702525440

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  149. My life hack is using small bottles that I can keep on top of my washing machine for all of my different cleaners and keeping larger refills on the floor. That way I have handy access to all I use but don't have to pay for the smaller bottles and can still get the good deals on the bulk sizes!
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  150. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/517038477607587841
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  151. Using a dryer sheet in books and photo albums to keep them smelling fresh!
    tweety800265(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  152. https://twitter.com/disneyfan40/status/517051071684829184
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  153. i used frozen bell pepper and onions

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  154. https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/517033085813415939

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  155. When giving your dog a bath and can't get their ears wet
    use a shower cap on there head, with your cotton balls too.
    They may look funny,but it really works. :-)

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  156. I use essential oil of lavender on my dryer balls for non-toxic, good smelling laundry.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  157. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/517092439853522946

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