Coleman 5010D700T Camp Oven Reviews

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Coleman 5010D700T Camp Oven

  • Camping oven for baking muffins, biscuits, and more at the campsite
  • Receives heat from Coleman 2- or 3-burner camping stove
  • Adjustable steel bake rack and easy-to-read thermometer
  • Made of smooth aluminized steel; folds flat for easy storage
  • Measures 12 x 12 x 12 inches (W x H x D); weighs 7 pounds
Camp OvenCamping stoves and other cooking accessories have made it possible to cook most things outdoors, but baked goods have always been out of the question. Until now, that is. Made of smooth aluminized steel, the Coleman camping oven lets you bake a batch of muffins, biscuits, or rolls right at the campsite.

The Coleman camping oven is designed to sit on a two- or three-burner camping stove.The oven doesn't require electric or gas power to work. Instead, campers simply place the ove

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The Leave-No-Crumbs Camping Cookbook: 150 Delightful, Delicious, and Darn-Near Foolproof Recipes from Two Top Wilderness Chefs

  • Used Book in Good Condition
Imagine this: You're at a campsite 10,000 feet up in the Third Mono Creek Recess of the high Sierras. You have no refrigerator, no food processor, no non-stick cookware, no measuring spoons, no pepper mill, no sea salt. How are you going to cook a meal that is imaginative, delightful, and delicious? That's what The Leave-No-Crumbs Camping Cookbook is all about.Rick Greenspan and Hal Kahn show anyone who loves the outdoors how to make homemade pizza, braid challah, wrap poached trout in a sushi

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6 comments on “Coleman 5010D700T Camp Oven Reviews

  1. Flo Smith on said:
    103 of 103 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Happy Baking; Happy Eating; Happy Camping!, October 10, 2009
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    Flo Smith (Houston, TX) –

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    This review is from: Coleman 5010D700T Camp Oven (Sports)

    I have seen these ovens on store shelves most of my life. I was certain that a little aluminum box could not function as an oven. But recently, we were embarking on a 10-day camping trip, and I was going to need to bake while we were there. I am pretty adept at baking with coals from a campfire or a charcoal fire, but on the trip in question, there was a burn ban in effect. What to do? I got on Amazon and read reviews about the Coleman Camp Oven, and decided that if my original opinion was correct, Coleman wouldn’t still be making this little gem.

    I purchased the oven and it arrived when promised. We took it to the campground, and were totally amazed at how beautifully it worked. We baked brownies, biscuits, potatoes, cornbread and even gluten-free hamburger buns and rolls. Everything was wonderful. The oven was easy to set up and use. But it is not like baking at home in your regular oven.

    Tips you should know:
    > Only use the oven on a camp stove. Try to get your stove as level as possible.
    > Start warming it up with a low flame, and increase the stove flame as the oven begins to pre-heat.
    > Plan to use small bakeware. Coleman suggests 8×8 pans. Here are some products that we found worked well:
    * Nordic Ware Toaster Oven Baking Sheet
    * Ekco mini muffin pan for 12 muffins
    * Fox Run Set of Four English Muffin Rings (for the burger buns) on the baking sheet
    * MSR Blacklite Fry Pan
    * 8×8 foil pan
    > After your food is in the oven, you really need to watch the temperature gauge from time to time. The longer it bakes, the more likely you will need to adjust the stove flame to regulate the temperature inside the oven. This is NOT set-it-and-forget-it baking.
    > We found that timing was pretty close to baking at home, as long as the temperature was constant.
    > Try not to peek too often. Peeking lowers the internal temperature. Look when you need to & that’s all.
    > Clean up spills (outside and inside) as soon as the oven cools. Don’t let gunk bake on during the next use.

    The oven folds up quickly when it is time to pack up. We keep it in its original box, and it is ready to go!

    I still love the thrill of accomplishment of baking using a campfire, but this little oven is a great addition for those times when a fire is not convenient.

    May we all have many years of excellent campground baking! Happy Camping! Happy Baking! Happy Eating!

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  2. J. Scott on said:
    44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A worthwhile addition to your camp, September 9, 2006
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    J. Scott (Cleveland, OH USA) –
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    This review is from: Coleman 5010D700T Camp Oven (Sports)

    I have had a coleman camp oven for many years. The coleman camp oven will add a new dimension to your camp cooking. This little folding steel box (about a 1 foot square area) will allow you to bake items that you wish you could have had with your camp meal in the past. It’s easy to unfold and set up and then easy to refold and pack away. It has an adjustable shelf to accomodate various size items. It fits over the burner on your camp stove and will take up about half the area of a two burner stove. Turn up the heat on the stove burner and monitor the temperature guage on the oven door, when oven is at the desired temperature put whatever item you want to bake into the oven and then wait…wait… wait. Thats probably the main drawback to this oven is that it takes a long time to bake anything in it. However if you want biscuts or other baked item with your meal then the Coleman camp oven is about the only game in town. All in all the Coleman camp oven is a worthwhile addition to your camp cooking equipment.

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  3. Bruce G. Thomas "Bruce da Bold" on said:
    28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful Camp Oven, October 10, 2006
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    Bruce G. Thomas “Bruce da Bold” (San Diego, CA) –
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    A friend of mine said these were great, so I finally picked one up here (I found out later that the local Walmart has them for about the same price).

    It arrived quickly, and I took it with me on a Columbus Day weekend campout in my pop-up trailer. I used it twice, once for brownies, and once for peach cobbler. Both times the desserts came out fantastic.

    I set the oven on my Coleman Road Trip grill. It sat nicely on one of the two burners.

    One thing I noticed, though. The temperature gauge seemed to register a bit lower than the actual temp. When I cooked the brownies the recipe called for 350 for 30 minutes. I cooked them for about 35 minutes with the gauge never going over 300 and they were fine.

    Also note that it isn’t very huge; you can’t put a whole cookie sheet or lasagna pan in it. So keep your ideas small and compact.

    It folds down into a nice compact square. It is now a part of my camping kitchen, and I look forward to many a baked goody.

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  4. Ronald Kohlenberger "Ron" on said:
    73 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Just another gourmet cookbook, March 14, 2005
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    Ronald Kohlenberger “Ron” (Reno, NV) –
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    This review is from: The Leave-No-Crumbs Camping Cookbook: 150 Delightful, Delicious, and Darn-Near Foolproof Recipes from Two Top Wilderness Chefs (Paperback)

    I was hoping that this would be a more useful camping cookbook. It is really a gourmet cookbook that tries to be a camping cookbook by using “sierra cup” as a unit of measurement (a “sierra cup” is a fancy backpacking cup purchased at trendy outdoor stores, and holds about 9 ounces)and by illustrating it with camping pictures and artwork. The ingredients for most of the recipes require access to gourmet and specialty stores.

    When I go camping, I like to camp. I like to fish, hike and enjoy the outdoors. If you use this cookbook, you need to be someone who likes to cook. And I mean really likes to cook. In fact, camping must be something that you do to impress your friends with how environmentally conscious you are, while you whip up a meal of “Vegetarian Chicken Lemon Grass Soup” and “Spinach & Roasted Peppers Risotto.” These are great sounding dishes that I would order at an expensive restaurant, but not something that I would want to spend hours preparing over my Coleman stove while the trout are biting.

    The book tries really hard to be a camping book (remember the “sierra cup” thing?). But, it refuses to call a biscuit a biscuit. The book refers to them as scones. Scones are cool when sitting at an outdoor table at Starbucks discussing the evils of a capitalistic society with your liberal friends, but come on, when camping, I eat biscuits!

    All in all, if you like gourmet recipes and gourmet cooking, and don’t mind spending endless hours hunting down exotic ingredients, this is a good book. If you like to enjoy the outdoors, ditch this book, put together some simple, good food and go enjoy!

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  5. Culinista "bookandcook" on said:
    15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Gourmet Ultralight Backpackers Rejoice, June 21, 2004
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    Culinista “bookandcook” (London, England) –

    This review is from: The Leave-No-Crumbs Camping Cookbook: 150 Delightful, Delicious, and Darn-Near Foolproof Recipes from Two Top Wilderness Chefs (Paperback)

    The fact that everything tastes good outdoors has kept campers eating shoe leather and birdseed for years. This is for the serious back country gourmet who will go just about anywhere and do anything to eat well once they get there. Be prepared to break out the food dehydrator and camping oven. However, recipes like steamed Chinese dumplings and “The Most Dangerous Cake in the Wilderness” are good enough to serve at home. The book is lightweight at 17 ounces, yet packed with tasty ideas. “Leave No Crumbs” is the best kind of camp companion: it kept us well fed and laughing.

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  6. MrsWalnut "Cam" on said:
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Get Your Dehydrator Ready, April 1, 2008
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    MrsWalnut “Cam” (Mansfield, OH USA) –

    This review is from: The Leave-No-Crumbs Camping Cookbook: 150 Delightful, Delicious, and Darn-Near Foolproof Recipes from Two Top Wilderness Chefs (Paperback)

    When I purchased this camp cook book, I didn’t realize that the recipes would all share one thing in common: they involve using the food dehydrator at home before the camping trip. It’s really a gourmet dehydrator food cook book!

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