What Is a Thermal Cooking Bag?
Imagine a slow cooker, that doesn’t use any fuel, that you can make yourself for only a few quid! A slow-cooker without a plug.
Save heaps on your fuel bills by making your very own Thermal Cooking Bag.
Start your meal on the stove and then transfer your dutch oven to a nice cozy Thermal Cooking Bag, where it can cook away for hours, saving on fuel and without anything burning to the bottom, no less!
- Skint Mums!
- Caravans, Campers and Vacation Flats
- Busy Days
- Avoiding Summer Heat from Cooking
This all singing, all dancing Thermal Cooking Bag Tutorial and Pattern takes you step by step through the process of making your own “Thermal Cooking Bag” – a “Slow-cooker without a plug”.
Perfect for camping or for skint Mums everywhere. Will save you a fortune in fuel.
What Can I Make in a Thermal Cooking Bag?
You have come to the right place for Thermal Cooking Bag Recipes my lovelies! Here is a selection of some of our favourites:
- Sunday Pot Roast
- Lorna’s Three Sisters Chilli
- Scotch Broth
- Italian Five Bean Soup
- Spaghetti Bolognese
- Overnight Oats
- Norlin’s Po Boy Jambalaya
- Chicken Biryani
- Mushroom and Lentil Soup
- Jamaican Black-Eyed Bean and Sweet Potato Curry
- Cauliflower and Lentil Curry
- And more we haven’t written up yet!
Can I Wash My Thermal Cooking Bag?
You sure can! I took some before and after pictures to prove it. There is also a lovely Q&A in the comments section.
What is a Thermal Cooking Bag Made Out Of?
The Thermal Cooking Bag Tutorial and Pattern will guide you through all of the materials that you require, but that’s probably not what you are wondering!
The bag uses polystyrene beads, which are very easy to get on Amazon.
You will also need a pot to nestle inside of the bag. We recommend an enamel lined cast iron pot. It needs to be cast iron, so that it retains heat. There are many excellent ones available on Amazon.co.uk