What do you use for cooking sprays for Ignite?

  • Most of the cooking sprays (even organic ones) have soy lecithin in them. Some of the recipes I've used call for cooking sprays. Most of the time, I melt coconut oil to grease pans, but others call for spraying the actual food when baking. For instance, this recipe: http://www.self.com/fooddiet/...

    It's ignite friendly, but not the spray....Help please :)
    Thank you!

    mflynn   by: mflynn
  • 1 vote
    wisper  over 1 year ago by: wisper

    I bought a Misto and put olive oil in it.

    • wisper
      wisper over 1 year ago

      Nice looking recipe in that link too. thanks

    • mflynn
      mflynn over 1 year ago

      Thank you! Great idea! I'll definitely do that. :) Glad you like the recipe.

  • 1 vote
    debarlington  over 1 year ago by: debarlington

    I also have a Misto with olive oil in it. I got mine at Costco and it was a two pack for around maybe $14. Pampered Chef has a similar 'pump action' sprayer, as well.

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