How To Make a Cardboard Box Oven – Eco Snippets

How To Make a Cardboard Box Oven

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Did you know that you can make a cardboard box into an oven that works just as well as your oven at home?

You can!

And with this type of oven, you never have to worry about what to eat when the electricity goes out.

You need…

  • 1 cardboard box (for this method, it needs to have a slide-on top, like a box that holds reams of paper.
  • charcoal matches (or a lighter)
  • aluminum foil
  • 1 round aluminum pie plate (or anything to place your charcoals in)
  • 3 wire hangers
  • scissors or a knife pliers
  • tongs
  • whatever food you want to bake

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How cool, can’t wait to try this when we go camping 🙂

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