Tupperware in the Oven

Don’t try this at home!  Years ago, Paul had put some bread dough in a tupperware bowl and put it in the oven with the warning, “DON’T TURN THE OVEN ON!”  Within minutes, I had forgotten, made a batch of cookies, and turned the oven on to preheat.  This is the result (note the successful rising of the dough):

tupperwarecrop

What is the next step when this happens?  Turn the oven off, let it cool, and then snap the bowl off the the oven racks (not an easy task).  But — I still have this work of art today, as friends attending our recent game night can attest.

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7 thoughts on “Tupperware in the Oven

  1. Jeremy Jarvis says:

    I remember throwing up into that bowl long before it became a work of art.

  2. Juli Jarvis says:

    Well, it’s really not too hard to create. Just remember — you have to let it cool before you can snap it off the shelves! 🙂

  3. zachyounkin says:

    It is soo, soo pretty!!!

    I want one for my house.

  4. Abbie says:

    awww-this brings back some memories! I did this with a plastic cake saver. I feel your pain of not being able to pop it out with all the mess. I ended up having to throw out one of the grates. I could never get all the plastic off.

    True blogger when you get a picture! haha!

  5. starlaschat says:

    WOW! What a great pictures. We had that same bowl in our family growing up it lasted forever .funny great photo moment.

  6. Jill says:

    So is the lesson learned….don’t put Tupperware in the oven? Or don’t make cookies?

  7. Kelly says:

    This is TRULY a work of art! I love it!

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