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SAN ANSELMO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 12: Packets of Heinz ketchup sit in the bottom of a Burger King bag with french fries on April 12, 2021 in San Anselmo, California. Packets of ketchup are in short supply as takeout dining has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Kraft Heinz Company, who manufactures nearly 70 percent of ketchup used in America, plans to increase their ketchup production by 25 percent to keep up with demand. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

I love to eat my fries with a generous amount of ketchup, but that is never easy when I’m going through the drive through.

Sure, if I’m eating at home, I can just squeeze the ketchup packets out to make a little dollop of ketchup to dip my fries in, but what happens when you’re eating in the car? Usually when I’m getting fast food, it’s because I’m in a rush, or on the go, and not being able to eat my fries with ketchup in the car has always been a struggle… Well, not anymore.

One mom shared an amazing hack on Tik Tok showing how she taught her daughters to eat Ketchup on the go; instead of pulling off a corner of the packet, rip the packet all the way down on one side, and then you have a little bowl of ketchup that you can dip in. I’ve got to try this!

 

 

Not only does this make it easier to eat the ketchup, but it also makes clean up that much easier! The only part I will have to get a handle on it tearing the ketchup correctly, cause I feel like most the time those packets go rogue.