by Mary Beth
It’s been a cookie week. My mom came on Tuesday, so I made oatmeal raisin cookies (the good kind) to harold her arrival. The next day was preschool, and I couldn’t be caught with no cookies on hand, so I quickly whipped up a batch of peanut butter cookies in the solar oven while the kids napped.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, today my son decided that he wanted to cook with his Nana, so they tried their hand at solar baking. It was really sweet. I preheated the oven while they used an oatmeal cookie mix (Pamela’s maybe?) and substituted apple sauce for the butter and used flax for the egg. They had bought raisins and dried cranberries, so they added those to the mix and made a pan of bar cookies.
The oven stayed at 350°F, and in about 25 minutes we had cookies! I was proud of them for being willing to try out the solar oven, as it was new for both of them. They both said it was easy and everyone enjoyed the cookies. I’d post the recipe, but it was the one from the bag.
Maybe this solar cooking will become a family affair? What do you think – solar ovens for Christmas? :)
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