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Old 01-22-2015, 08:17 PM   #1
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Anyone ever do this

I ran across this interesting cooking idea today. I think I'm going to give it a try after I do some shopping. Would sure be a neat way to take cake camping with us.

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Old 01-23-2015, 08:20 AM   #2
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I'm a bit puzzled. Why mess about with packing stuff in jars to bake when you could use a regular pan. Neither way is any good to us as we don't have an oven!!
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Old 01-23-2015, 08:40 AM   #3
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I think the idea is to cook at home and take the cooked cake on the road.. The jar protects the cake from being flattened??? The problem I'd have would be the cake would be eaten long before we hit the road. Raz
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I'm a bit puzzled. Why mess about with packing stuff in jars to bake when you could use a regular pan. Neither way is any good to us as we don't have an oven!!
I think the idea is to cook at home and take the cooked cake on the road.. The jar protects the cake from being flattened??? The problem I'd have would be the cake would be eaten long before we hit the road. Raz


Yes,the idea ...at least for me....would be to cook them at home and take them camping. My thought would be that way my cake would not get crushed and would take up less room. I do agree that I don't think they would make it all the way to camp.I also think my grandkids would enjoy eating cake in a jar.
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Aren't convenience stores everywhere for this very purpose?
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Didn't realize convenience stores now sell cake in a jar. I'll have to look for it... LOL
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Ding Dongs. No jar. Unbreakable.
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Looks simple enough for me.
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Old 01-23-2015, 10:28 PM   #9
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Interesting. But I have a microwave in my trailer and have several recipes for cake in a mug. Want fruit, jam a piece of peach into the batter. Microwave according to the instructions. There you are Done!
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I've made banana nut bread and apple spiced cake in a jar. Also regular old bread in a jar. Then as soon as it comes out of the oven you place the lid on and screw the ring around it. Within a couple of min. you begin to hear the lids popping and that lets you know that they are sealed and then safe for a short week or two of storage. The one thing I can tell you is that you must find Masson Jars that are straight up & down and use real butter to line jars before
cooking. This really works great. I just canned some chicken breast about a week ago, so we can use it when we go camping for shredded chicken tacos, chicken salad, chicken & rice. Really anything that you would use chicken in and they will store for up to a year. They taste better than any you could buy at the store too.
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I forgot to tell you that when your ready to eat your cake or bread you just run a small knife around it and it slides right out. Easy
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Thank you Lynn. Looks so easy a cave man could do it.

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......... I just canned some chicken breast about a week ago, so we can use it when we go camping for shredded chicken tacos, chicken salad, chicken & rice. Really anything that you would use chicken in and they will store for up to a year. They taste better than any you could buy at the store too.
I've done boiling water bath canning for pickles, sauerkraut, etc. but never cared for canned vegetables so I never got into pressure canning. I know folks who regularly can beef, poultry, and the occasional venison. They say it's very, very good. I'm sure that's true because they have never offered to share. Raz


p.s. Hey Glenn, when is the last time you had a Ding Dong??
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Thank you for sharing this. I'm trying it today.

The other tips for cooking in jars also much appreciated!
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