Wonder Box Recipes:

With summer coming, it’s going to be great cooking in a Wonder Box. No heat from a stove to worry about.  Here are a couple more recipes for you to try. I haven’t tried this one, but my friend has and she gave me the recipes.

pearPear Dessert (or apple)
Filling                                               Topping
15 pears, peeled                            2 tbsp. flour
Cored & quartered                         2 tbsp. of brown sugar
Zest from one lemon                      1 tsp. cinnamon
¼ flour                                              ¼ tsp. ginger
¼ sugar                                           mix together, cut in a
¼ water                                           tablespoon of butter

Toss pears with lemon juice, zest, flour and sugar. Put water in bottom of a large pan, (like a double boiler) place pear mixture in pan that will fit inside the larger pan of water and top with topping. Bring to boil, lower to medium low, boil for 5 minutes more. Place in Wonder Box and let cook for 3 hours.

I have tried the rice pudding, and found out that you really have to watch this one. It says 2-4 hours, but I would not leave it more that that. It will get very dry. (That’s what I did)

Rice Pudding
4 cups apple juice
2 cups rice
2 tbsp sugar (optional)
½ – 1 tsp cinnamon
½ tsp vanilla
1 cup raisins

Put all the ingredients in a pot; bring to a boil for 2 minutes. Place in Wonder Box for approximately 2-4 hours.

See previous posts on Wonder Box Oven to learn how to make one.

Preparedness Mom

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2 Responses to Wonder Box Recipes:

  1. Carolyn Bartholomew says:

    Do you have instructions on how to “bake” bread in the Wonder Box? I have seen them somewhere but can’t seem to find them today.

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