One thing people often struggle with, is the limited space inside the . However, one of the amazing things about the is that the cooking airflow is much like a convection oven in how well it evenly heats food. Say goodbye to burned bottoms of cookies. It won't happen. Cookies are in fact, one of the few things that can be burned in a solar oven due to the high fat and sugar content of most cookie dough. Cooking time needs to only be adjusted by 7-10 minutes. So, if a recipe calls for baking at 350 for 10-12 minutes, you will need to bake them in the Global for 17-22 minutes. When the surface of the Cookies appear dry, the cookies are usually done.
If you use a pan sized 11x7x1.5 inches, you can fit eight small cookies to a pan. You can then stack them in the solar oven!
Where do you get your recipe for Cookies?
May we suggest: Chocolate chip cookies of love.
If you stack the pans in the, you can get 3-4 pans in there at a time, that's three and a half dozen baking at once. Now...I don't know about you, but that might be about equal to how many you can fit in your regular oven!
That is a sweet reason to pick up a solar oven...especially since it doesn't heat up your house to make cookies, right?!