funnel solar cooker -How to Bake Cookies in a Solar Oven Video #26

June 8, 2013 – 9:23 pm

** Baking cookies in my solar oven. This is a funnel-style oven that I placed on a 5 gallon bucket. I was getting good heat out of it considering how late in th … Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 14 Responses to “funnel solar cooker -How to Bake Cookies in a Solar Oven Video #26”

  2. There really isn’t a set time. It depends more on the time of day, time of year(angle of the sun), outside temperature and your latitude.

    By horticultureandhomes on Jun 8, 2013

  3. How long do you have to preheat it for?

    By jdurrant02 on Jun 8, 2013

  4. Great video! Subcribing for the main reason that none of the solar videos I have watched thus far, involved cooking such great food! Watching that jala jelly next :)

    By kurtis kupiszewski on Jun 8, 2013

  5. I’ve been looking for a large bowl like that all over the place, can you share where you got yours?

    By Charlotte Bonds on Jun 9, 2013

  6. I went to the hardware store in the HVAC section and bought a roll of foiled bubble insulation. I have been working on a solar oven idea for a couple weeks with success. I have a large black roasting pan and a rack and I used one of those turkey oven bags. Put my pan of brownies in the bag in the big pan on the rack and viola’ brownies!  I could probably get 3 or 4 reflectors out of the roll that cost $23.00. I bought some sun shades but they were flimsy. Noreen : )

    By Noreens Kitchen on Jun 9, 2013

  7. See! Now it’s happened a second time. I didn’t receive notification of that video. But you know what, I also don’t receive notification of all the comments on my channel either. Occasionally, someone will say that I didn’t respond to them. When I check the video, I see the comment but didn’t get it in my inbox. I’ll go check out #25 now. Thanks

    By katzcradul on Jun 9, 2013

  8. I’ll fire up another batch of cookies in the oven so they will be warm when you get here!

    By horticultureandhomes on Jun 9, 2013

  9. Shhhh…don’t tell anyone but it was cooks treat!

    By horticultureandhomes on Jun 9, 2013

  10. That sounds like a good idea. Would love to see it if you work on the project again! I’m interested in working with this oven during winter to see what kind of temps I can get out of it.

    By horticultureandhomes on Jun 9, 2013

  11. Thanks! I talked about the components of the oven in video #25.

    By horticultureandhomes on Jun 9, 2013

  12. I need to find some of those windshield things and give my solar oven another shot.  I tried making reflectors from a couple of different things but had a hard time positioning them just right. When I’d get it right, a gust of wind would knock it all over. The windshield things will probably work better. It was also winter time so that probably didn’t help either.

    By imstillworkin on Jun 9, 2013

  13. Hmmm… a placement for one. Obviously not expecting guests. :-( That was a nice looking snack / meal !

    By mhpgardener on Jun 9, 2013

  14. That is SO fantastic! I noticed the pretty plate even before you mentioned it. : ) And I liked the glass too. You did an great job building your oven. What is the big glass pot thing…tell us about that and where did you get it.  I thins your oven is awesome.

    By katzcradul on Jun 9, 2013

  15. Let me get my glass of milk, I’ll be right over…lol I can’t wait to build me one.

    By TheCajuntransplant on Jun 9, 2013

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