|The Energy Saving Dream-Pot concept is simple - Prepare
your meal and cook normally on a hob for a maximum time of 30 minutes, then
transfer to the Dream-Pot where the food continues to cook in its own
retained heat with no further need for any form of heat source.
The Time Saving Dream-Pot is simply left to work its magic so you are free
to work, relax or enjoy yourself with no worries about boiling over, burning
The Portable Dream-Pot can be used indoors at home or outdoors and is
readily transportable with no worries about spillage - Use it when Camping,
in the Caravan/Motorhome, on the Beach, for Picnics, BBQ's & Sporting Events
when Boating or Fishing.
The Versatile Dream-Pot can also be used as a Rice Cooker, yoghurt Maker,
BBQ Bain Marie and a Cooler or Ice Bucket.
How it works
Thermo cooking has been about for many years in both the form of the
'Vacuum Flask Cooker' and the traditional 'Hay Box/Straw Box Cooker'.
The key to the Dream Pots incredible success is both its robust and portable
nature and incredibly efficient insulation.
Cooking Simplicity Itself
The Dream Pot consists of a double layer superior insulated outer pot thus
ensuring maximum retention of heat. The Dream Pot comes with one or two 18/8
stainless steel inner pots and lids (these are the saucepans).
Step 1: Add ingredients into inner pot. Place on a heat source and
bring to boil. Continue to simmer for the short time required (maximum 30
minutes, based on a Dream Pot recipe).
Step 2: Transfer inner pot into Dream Pot and close the lid.
Step 3: The meal now cooks using its own heat because of the highly
insulated Dream Pot.
Cooks with no constant monitoring, your meal cannot burn, boil over or
After the required cooking time is completed, serve when ready, even hours
The Dream-Pot Cool Box
The Dream-Pot also acts as a very efficient Cool Box. Place your food and
drinks in the Dream-Pot with ice and they will stay cool and fresh for
What did we think?
The Dream-Pot has been tested by UKCampsite.co.uk member Cas54, a keen outdoor chef. Below are her thoughts
"Just what it says on the tin Ö. Itís a Dream Pot"
The first attempt was done in a rush, using a recipe from the book.
Spaghetti Bolognaise - the sauce was just coloured water and whole thing was
rather bland - On the up side, we had a hot and edible meal ready as soon as
we had set up camp.
Second use was much better, Treacle sponge pudding, shared with nine fellow
campers - everyone loved it.
Easy to use - need a bit of prep time (but you do with any meal) boil on the
hob for 10 minutes (30 for steam pud) in one or both of the saucepans
supplied - once you have placed it the Dream Pot - forget it until needed
Easy to clean using hot soapy water.
The Cook Book is Australian, ok we speak the same language - but do use
different reference wording eg cooking in cupfuls. Also corned beef here
comes in tins from Fray Bentos - there itís a silverside joint! Trial and
error will soon get this sorted
Would recommend the medium size one - comes with two saucepans - plenty big
enough for family meals and you can do a meal and dessert at the same time.
Small has only one saucepan - so half a dinner or just one meal
Where Can I get them from?
We are trying to locate a new supplier of the Dream Pots