Solar Cooked Breakfast

My cold cereal phase has finally come to an end; it’s been my morning fare for close to a year now. I probably would have put an end to it sooner, but I kept forgetting to get the oatmeal going early enough.

I like the steel cut kind that takes about half an hour to cook stovetop. So, to make my weekday morning routine a little easier I made a big batch in the Sun Oven and froze it in individual servings that can be popped in the microwave.

To make Sun Oven steel cut oats just combine the water and oats in a pot, cover it, and put it in the Sun Oven. It will take about an hour then you’ll have an quick, healthy breakfast for the rest of the week.

Join The Every Needful Thing Newsletter

  • Helpful Preparedness Tips
  • Solar cooking Recipes
  • Preparedness product reviews and promotions

The monthly resource for emergency preparedness and food storage specialists, and their family, friends and neighbors.