For convenience, I’ve put together an ebook which includes a 6 page explanation on the concept of Wonder Oven cooking (including best practices and tips) and is followed by 28 of my post’s recipe cards.  To save all the skipping around to recipes (one click to get it all in one document) I’ve combined it.

 

 

About the Recipe Cards:

The recipe cards are sized as either a 4 x 6 card or a full (8 x 11) page and were created to fit the organizing system I use for food storage meal planning.

The idea is of creating a “family food storage cookbook” by collecting and saving the recipes which you’ve tested out, know they work and know you want to store for.  Every recipe you see here on myfoodstoragecookbook.com is one I have tested and has worked for my family and has a place in “my” food storage cookbook.  I’ve planned for quite a lot of variety, but you don’t have to.  It’s completely up to you.

The organizing system (intended to be used once I’m in the midst of long term dependence on my stores) is a way to have a daily meal plan “ready to go” while still allowing for flexibility.  It allows for circumstance changes while still creating a daily variety. Example: if I’m without power and discover that solar cooking won’t work one day, I can easily “swap”and use a Wonder Oven recipe while keeping my inventory steady.

Wonder Oven cooking is a crucial part of my own preparedness cooking plan and these recipes are why!

Go here to find it… and happy prepping!  -Megan

 

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Recipes included:

Making Bread in a Wonder Oven
Making Muffins
Making Yogurt
Arroz Con Pollo
Baked Shells Casserole
Cajun Red Beans ‘n Rice
Chicken Barley Soup
Chicken Cacciatore with Herbed Polenta
Curried Coconut Chicken
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Beef Stroganoff
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Chili Mac
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Cheeseburger Macaroni
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Cheesy Beef Taco
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Cheesy Italian Shells
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Cheesy Jambalaya
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Lasagna
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Potato Stroganoff
Homemade Hamburger Helper: Salisbury
Lasagna (traditional) made in a Wonder Oven
Mexican Tortilla Lasagna
Overnight Oatmeal
Rice Pudding
(Slow) Cooking Meat in a Wonder Oven
Spaghetti Pie
Spanish Rice (Two Varieties)
Tamales
Thai Coconut Corn Soup
Truly Impossible Pie (Quiche)

 

15 thoughts on “Wonder Oven Recipe Ebook

    • I’ll send it to you by email. For anyone else who discovers problems, you can either leave me a comment here (which will allow me to have your email address) or you can send me a note by email (myfoodstoragecookbook@hotmail.com). I’ll make sure it gets to you if you contact me before the cut off Friday night :)

  1. Thank you for the free book! I clicked on your link and added it to my cart but when I click on view cart, nothing happens so I can’t check out with the code. What should I do?
    Thank you!

    • Hi Karen! Great to see you! Looks like I’m going to have to do some checking with my technical help. I’ve got your email address with this comment, so I’ll send the link for it to you by email.

  2. The same thing is happening to me too. I have tried several times to used the “View Cart” and nothing happens.

    • Sorry that is happening. I think it’s a traffic overload. I’ll send it directly to your email, not a problem.

  3. I’m having the same problem. I click on View Cart and it won’t go there. Maybe too many are trying at the same time. Should I wait till later? I have tried several times.

  4. Megan – Thanks so much – very generous of you. You’ve motivated me to start back on using my wonder oven and trying new recipes.

  5. I don’t know if it’s me, but I can’t get your Recipe Ebook to load. I click on add to cart, but can’t view the cart and I can’t find where to put FREE EBOOK.

    • Once you add it to your cart you will then want to go to “View Cart” (Top right). Scroll down and plug in the FREE EBOOK code where it says “Coupon” which will then subtract the $5.00 cost, leaving you a balance of $0.00 and you can check out from there. You’ll get an email with confirmation of the “sale” (haha) and in it there is a download link where you’ll get the ebook. If you have trouble again, just email me (myfoodstoragecookbook@hotmail.com) and I can send you the link myself, that’s fine. Just let me know you’re the person who commented here. :)

      • I can’t get the view cart button to work. So I can’t put in the free book code. If you could send me that link I’d appreciate it.

        • Sure, no problem. Sorry about that! Probably it’s a traffic problem (I’m guessing). I’ll send it off to you.

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