​How to Bake on the Barbecue
​The natural gas barbecue can be used instead of an oven for baking, keeping your home cool on a hot day or freeing up your primary oven. Fruit crisps, cornbread, muffins, one-bowl cakes and brownies are delicious baked on the barbecue.To bake in a natural gas barbecue, first place a brick directly on the barbecue grid. Set baking pan directly on top of brick. This will increase the distance of the pan from the heat source and prevent overbrowning. Bake, with lid down, for time specified in recipe. Turning the pan occasionally may be necessary to ensure even cooking. Baking times will be approximately the same as the time specified for baking in the oven.
 
Last updated on July 26, 2017