Ever wondered when surprising baking can I bake in my stoneware ceramics ? Surprising baking is using what’s at hand, whatever that is. It’s looking in your cupboard or freezer to see what you can put together. Because you want a delicious dessert without yet another trip to the shop. What you might not realize is that what you can bake it in, is Also in your cupboard. Can I use any ceramics? This doesn’t work with every type of ceramics but it will work with Lichen Ceramics. To show how easily surprising baking can be done, I made a simple Apple & Blackberry oat crumble in a Lichen Ceramics mug. It’s a handy way of cooking a single portion of a dessert or individual portions for everyone. My Mom’s basic recipe is at the bottom of the page. Just reduce the quantity to you need and adjust to what’s at hand. You can bake a yummy dessert in Lichen Ceramics mugs and bowls Surprising baking; Why does it work with Lichen Ceramics? Surprising baking can I bake in stoneware ceramics ? It works with Lichen Ceramics lightweight stoneware ceramics because they are fired to 1200C. So, it’s 1000C hotter than your oven, give or take. So, it’s not effected by your ovens heat. Just remember that the dessert will still be hot out of your oven. So be careful and put it down on a heatproof surface. Allow the ceramic mug/bowl to cool naturally before washing or putting it in the dishwasher. Come see my other mugs, you might want to cook a soufflé in one of my mugs maybe ! https://lichenceramics.ie/product/coffee-mug-ceramic-irish-pottery-pink-lichen-blue-heather-pottery-small/ Lichen coffee and tea mugs by Lichen Ceramics Pink coffee and tea mug by Lichen Ceramics Surprising baking; Mom’s Apple Oat Crumble 2 Cooking apples 50ml water ¼ teaspoon of cinnamon 110g sugar A splash of cider vinegar ¼ teaspoon of nutmeg Slice apples and place in the dish with all these ingredients Then take 85g soft butter 85g brown sugar 75g of oatmeal, I like jumbo the best Cream the sugar and butter together, mix in oats. Spread over the apple mixture and bake in a hot oven 190C until browned and bubbly at the sides – about an hour for a big dessert or 30 minutes if cooking in my mug depending on your oven. Just remember you can add lots of different things from your cupboard. Like frozen blackberries, hard plums, chocolate chips or a few nuts chopped up. Use up all the bits in your cupboard. Now you know the answer to surprising baking; can I bake in stoneware ceramics, enjoy.