13 Ways you should be using your pizza cutter but aren't
How often do you break out your pizza cutter? If it's only when you make pizza, you're missing out — big time.
A pizza cutter can do so much more to make your time in the kitchen easier. These are our favorite uses for it (not including cutting pizza, of course). Try one today, and the rest as soon as you can.
If you have small kids in the house, you are not done making a sandwich once you put the two pieces of bread together. Use the pizza cutter to get rid of the crust and cut the sandwich into more manageable pieces. That last grueling step will go a whole lot faster.
Let that pan of brownies cool and then use a pizza cutter to slice it into equal pieces. So much faster and cleaner than a knife, I promise.
If you make homemade noodles, use your pizza cutter to cut the dough into small pieces. It makes the job faster, and the pieces come out neater and equal in size.
Shredding lettuce for taco night can be a pain, but not when you use a pizza cutter to get it done.
Are you an artist of fancy cakes? If so, try using a pizza cutter to get cleaner cuts in your fondant.
Cut flatbread in half for sandwiches or strips for dipping in seconds.
All that cheese and filling can make it tricky to cut a quesadilla without making a mess. Use your pizza cutter and you'll be surprised how simple it can be.
Cut up your kiddo's pancakes and waffles with this handy tool — you'll actually have them ready to serve before they get cold.
9. Pie dough
Cut perfect strips for your lattice-top pie with your trusty pizza cutter.
Dice up herbs by laying them flat on a cutting board and running your pizza cutter over them a few times.
Celery, onions, peppers and more can be sliced in seconds with a pizza cutter.
Don't end up with a fight in your kitchen over the biggest slice of homemade fudge. The next time you make up a batch, cut it into equal pieces with your pizza cutter.
Cut up biscuit dough for dumplings with ease using your new favorite kitchen tool.
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