Solar Cooking
Solar Cooking


6 cups rolled oats

1 cup almonds or walnuts (finely chopped or ground in blender)

2/3 cup honey

1 cup soy flour

1 cup powdered non-fat milk

1 cup wheat germ

1 cup salad oil

Mix together the first 5 ingredients. Add salad oil and honey and stir. Cover. Bake 2 to 3 hours in solar oven at 230°F to 250°F. (Coconut, raisins, sesame seeds, cinnamon, etc., may be added.)

Cheese Crispies

1 package corn chips

1/4 pound cheddar cheese, grated

Place corn chips on a tray. Layer grated cheese over top of chips. Place in solar oven and remove when cheese has melted.


2 1/4 cups baking mix

2/3 cup milk

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 egg, beaten


Place the baking mix in a bowl. Add milk and oil stirring only 20 times. Gently smooth the dough into a ball. Knead 5 times. Divide dough into 32 parts. Roll each into pencil-like strips, then twist into a pretzel shape. Brush all twists with beaten egg and sprinkle with salt. Cover and bake in solar oven until done, about 20 to 30 minutes.

Roasted Nuts

Place nuts on a cookie sheet. Bake uncovered. Almonds need about an hour (they will scorch with longer cooking). Peanuts can bake for 2 hours without scorching.


Pizza Anastasia

4 - 8 Can Biscuits

Pizza Sauce

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese


Other meats and vegetables of choice

Pre-heat oven. Mold the biscuits into a round, flat pie shape. The number of biscuits depends on the size of your oven and/or the number of people to feed. then place your sauce, cheese, and vegetable or meats and put in oven for about 30 minutes or until the cheese is browned or is crisp enough to your liking.

You can also easily use a frozen pizza from the store. Rule of thumb, just double the conventional oven cooking time. Keep in mind, the more items on the pizza the longer it will need to cook.

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