Outdoor cooking just got easier with Stove In A Can

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This is the neatest outdoor product! Stove In A Can – it’s the portable stove… in a can! Created by Firefly Innovations, this self-contained cooking fire kit is the perfect product to have on hand for cooking emergencies! 

The kit comes with four fuel cells that will each burn for about an hour. They burn HOT, you can cook anything from pancakes to coffee to a big cast iron pot {it holds up to 300lbs, wow!} of soup on this Stove In A Can! It’s even a great way to roast marshmallows like we did for our picnic last weekend!

I know it made Chris happy! Using this campfire alternative meant that he didn’t have to go out into the woods for an hour looking for enough fallen dry wood to start a fire with. {He just had to go find the roasting sticks!}

Stove In A Can

Stove In A Can is super easy to use, anyone can do it!

You just place the included metal cooking ring into the bottom of the can, place one fuel cell {wrapped or unwrapped} on top of the ring and light it with one of the included matches. The fuel cell catches quickly and without effort — you’ll have a hot fire started and ready to cook with in seconds. Boiled water is only 5 minutes away!

Another thing I am please about is that the fuel cells are completely organic and non-toxic {of course, never use any open flame indoors to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning}.

This sounds crazy but I also read that the fuel cells can be completely submerged underwater and will still light immediately after removing them from water an shaking off! How cool is that? 

Stove In A Can emergency cooking

We think Stove In A Can would be great for so many uses! Each kit weighs only 2.75 lbs so it’s easy to pack and take along when you’re camping, hiking, tailgating or just want to have it available for emergencies in your basement or car trunk.

Oh, and just in case you were wondering, the fuel cells gave off no odor and left behind absolutely no aftertaste on the marshmallows we roasted!

The 4 fuel cell kit retails for about $29.99 – 34.99 and you can also purchase refill fuel cells.

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  1. 1
    Jessica C. says:

    I would use it for backyard fun (I’d like to do backyard campouts now that our daughter is old enough, and this would certainly help). It would also be nice to have one in case of emergencies.

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    Leanne M says:

    I would use it in the backyard for smores

  3. 3

    We’d do hotdogs & smores for dessert

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    Penny Snyder says:

    Would use it for a date nite with hubby cooking hot dogs and marshmallows! YUM! grammypenny@frontier.com

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    It would also be nice to have one in case of emergencies. Thanks for sharing this usable post with us. Please keep it up.
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    jennifer says:

    I would love to try this one, thanks for sharing…
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    I would keep it for when we lose power due to a storm. It happens quite often here.

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    Mary Beth Elderton says:

    We go camping sometimes and this would be a great addition to our gear. Also, having some experience with the aftermath of hurricanes, I know that something like this might come in very handy for power outages.

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    debbie jackson says:

    quick way to make smores when grandkids drop by

  10. 10
    Les Johnson says:

    I would use it to make smores.

  11. 11

    how awesome- i would take this when we go to the beach and cook grilled cheese , pancakes or something
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    elven johnson says:

    I would use this for hiking & camping, also when we go kayaking & camping.

  13. 13
    Debra Guillen says:

    This would be great for a picnic

  14. 14

    i would use it for power outages.

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    Charlotte Winters says:

    I’d use it for when the power goes out. Once several years ago due to a tropical storm we lost power for days.

  16. 16
    DAMIAN JARREAU says:

    I would use it when I go hunting to stay warm

  17. 17
    Miz Vickik says:

    This would be wonderful for hiking trips! Thanks!!

  18. 18
    Katherine Short says:

    I don’t mean to sound like some sort of conspiracy theorist, but this goes in the bug-out bag. Anybody with me?

  19. 19
    Monique Rizzo says:

    Perfect for Smore’s and Franks.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  20. 20
    Tari Lawson says:

    I would use it for our upcoming camping trip.

  21. 21
    Angela J says:

    I’d keep it in my emergency storage bin, for outages, or earthquakes, etc.

  22. 22

    For camping or emergency kit. contestd(at)hotmail(dot)com

  23. 23
    ELIZABETH C. says:

    I would use it when I go camping. One of my uses would be for roasting marshmallows.

  24. 24

    I would save it for hurricane season.

  25. 25
    Debra S says:

    I live in MN and my hubby travels to North Dakota a lot. In the winter, it is NO joke about having that winter emergency kit with one!! this would be fantastic for that kit.

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    felecia says:

    I would take it to the beach.

  27. 27
    Sheila K. says:

    This would come in handy during our hurricane season, in case we lose electricity for an extended period of time!

  28. 28

    I’d use it for camping and to have on hand for emergencies!
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  29. 29

    We don’t camp, but we do love backyard fun and it would be great for making smores…also would be good for emergencies/no power situations.
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  30. 30

    camping

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    Andrea Amy says:

    we would use it on a picnic :D

  32. 32

    i’d use it to cook when the electricity goes out

  33. 33
    Kendra W says:

    My family LOVES camping..we’d use it then.

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    Brn2lisn says:

    We’d use it in the backyard – for a ‘mock’ camping trip, and toast smore’s…

  35. 35

    It looks great for cooking something small and easy like soup or just boiling water for coffee or tea.

  36. 36

    S’mores all the way all day!
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  37. 37

    when i have a craving for ‘smore’s this would be perfect!

  38. 38

    I would save it in case of a power outage.
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  39. 39

    I’d use it when camping.
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    Allyson Bossie says:

    I would use it for if we lose electricity

  41. 41

    I’d use it for breakfast on camping trips.

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    Lesley F says:

    Would use up north for smores

  43. 43
    Katie R says:

    I would use it to cook while camping

  44. 44

    We’d use it at the campground to cook hot dogs and marshmallows. Thanks.
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  45. 45

    i would love to take it when we go fishing and cook up some dogs over the open flame

  46. 46

    I’d use it to cook food when we go camping!

  47. 47
    Virginia Rowell says:

    I would use it for hurricane season this year, and then if I didn’t need it, i will take it camping!

  48. 48

    Just emergency cooking.

  49. 49

    It seems like everytime my husband and son go camping with the boy scout troop it rains, so this would be perfect for them!
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    susan hartman says:

    Tailgating in the fall – football.

  51. 51
    Richard Morris says:

    i go camping with my kids every couple months and this would be great so we can go somewhere w/o a fireplace

  52. 52

    I would use it for cooking fish at the cabin

  53. 53
    Karen Gonyea says:

    Camping of course !!

  54. 54
    Jaque R. says:

    I would use it for camping. :-) Thank you.

  55. 55
    Paula Tavernie says:

    I would use when we go camping!
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  56. 56
    Patrice says:

    I would use it whenever the lights go out because of a sudden wind storm (that happens a lot here).

  57. 57

    For a camping trip!

  58. 58
    wendy wallach says:

    i would use in in the next blackout!

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  59. 59
    Miz Vickik says:

    This would be great to take backbacking!

  60. 60
    Leona P says:

    this would be great to use when away from home and want to cook something

  61. 61
    sue14625 says:

    this would be perfect for my small backyard

  62. 62
    Kristie Betts says:

    Would us when we go camping

  63. 63
    Laurie Emerson says:

    I would use it when we go camping and we could make some S’mores on it!
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  64. 64
    Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    I would use it to roast hot dogs and marshmallows!

  65. 65
    Candice Hull says:

    We are planning on taking our kids camping this summer, so this would be great for hot dogs and smores.
    thanks

  66. 66
    Kathlean Owens says:

    In February 2011, not only did the electricity go out, but there was a natural gas shortage in New Mexico. It was the first time in over 30 years has my little city ever gotten below 0 degrees. I would use this to cook and heat in an emergency!!!

  67. 67
    Brigette Streeper says:

    I would use it camping of course… But I would always make sure it was easily accessible in my emergency prepared kit as well.

  68. 68
    Sheila Foley says:

    We have hurricane season starting in fl, so you never know when something like this might just come in handy

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    jeanne conner says:

    We have harsh winters, this would be nice to keep in my vehicle for emergency heat..

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