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):


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.


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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