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4 Things To Do With Your Leftover Sauce Packets

Any delivery aficionado knows that there’s a dark place in your kitchen where sauce packets go to die. Fear not — we’ve come up with ways to make sure you put each and every sauce packet to good use.

Bring them in your lunches.

Ever feel like your lunches are bland? That’s because you forgot to dig through your packet drawer and add a few to your lunch. Super easy, free, and zero hassle with squeezing dressing or toppings out into a small tupperware that you can’t ever find.

Turn them into currency.

If you have a massive pile of sauce packets, why not make a game out of it? Poker chips are expensive, but sauce packets are free. So assign value to the sauce packets and whip out some cards for a game of poker or 21. Duck sauce is $5, Ketchup is $2, Mustard is $1, and Soy Sauce is $.50.

Buy a mason jar and keep them out in the open — and maybe start a home decor trend.

If you’re staring at them every time you’re in the kitchen, you’re bound to think up ways to use them. Go even bolder by putting them in the middle of the dining room table. Centerpiece, anyone?

Make some fancy sauce.

We all know the two famous brothers who introduced us to “Fancy Sauce”. Want to know a secret? It’s just all of our ketchup and mayo packets mixed together. Goes great with chicken fingers, burgers, fries, and other fried bites.

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