Create Your Favorite Recipes
You can cook almost anything in a Sun Oven—breads, cakes, muffins, pizza, vegetables, poultry, fish, meats, casseroles, grains, pasta and desserts, just to name a few.
High Cooking Temperatures
Reach temperatures of 360 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, which are more than sufficient to bake, boil, or steam your favorite foods.
Foods Tastes Better
Sun-baked foods stay moister and have less shrinkage than conventional oven-cooked foods.
You Choose The Cooking Time: Fast or Slow
Cooks in as little as 20 minutes longer than cooking in a conventional oven or stove top; also lets you slow cook all day—it’s up to you.
Heat water for drinking, doing dishes, and personal hygiene.
Is Ruggedly Built
Not a toy. It is a serious appliance that is made for years of trouble-free use.
Most Energy Efficient Way to Re-hydrate Food Storage
Uses less energy and water to re-hydrate and cook dehydrated and freeze-dried foods.
Hedge Against Power Interruptions
Be prepared for any interruption to traditional power sources. You will be able to cook any kind of food as well as boil water. You can enjoy peace of mind in knowing that as long as there is sunshine, you will have all the power you need to cook all your meals.
Use as a Solar Dehydrator
Dehydrate fruits, vegetables, or jerky.
Never Burn Dinner Again
There is never any burning or scorching to ruin a meal.
About All American Sun Ovens
Over the past 28 years, All American Sun Ovens have become highly-respected solar cooking appliances worldwide with a presence in more than 126 countries.
The Sun Oven can reach temperatures up to 400 degrees fahrenheit, great for boiling, baking, or steaming food. Cooks food in as little as 20 minutes longer than it would take on a conventional oven or stovetop, or you can use it as an all-day slow cooker.
For recipes to try out in the Sun Oven, follow the links below:
Solar Pork Chops with Apple Pear Cabbage
Spicy Roasted Cauliflower