That will teach me to check the Eddy more often!
Mountain Man eggs - Lots of recipes out there. A mix of hash browns, sausage, eggs , and cheese.
Cinnamon rolls & bread - regular pop open canned cinnamon rolls. Rhodes brand bread dough. Bread is a little more labor intensive since you need to let it rise and punch it down. We stick it in the DO in the morning, check it at lunch and do the punch down, then it's good to go for dinner. Nothing better than fresh baked bread. Leftover bread gets eaten as toast in the morning.
Brownies - boxed mix, just make sure you get the family size or double batch, so that your brownies don't turn into burned brown frisbees.
Cobblers - canned or fresh fruit. Most folks use a yellow cake mix, but I prefer the Krusteaz cinnamon coffee cake mix with the packet of brown sugar streusel on top. pineapple upside down cake is another DO fav.
Pizza - we use the boxed Jiffy pizza dough. Follow the directions on the box. Spread the dough in the DO and bake for a little while, then add all the toppings you like and a ton of cheese. Target carries the pizza sauce in a plastic container, or use the canned stuff. Deep dish yumminess.
Lasagna - just do it like you do at home, but use the no cook noodles.
I'll have to dig up my enchilada casserole and chicken pot pie recipes.
Anything you can bake in a 350-425 degree oven will work. I find that brownies & cakes cook a little bit faster in the DO than my home oven. I always worry about burning stuff, so I'm a terrible "peaker." My buddy yells at me all the time for lifting the lid on the DO a little bit early to "peak" at the stuff. I just can't help it
For those folks who go more minimalist/backpacker style, I have discovered dry baking with my backpacker stove and small cook pot. I do this on my touring kayak trips. I make muffins and biscuits that are a real treat on more ultra-light trips. One of these days I'm going to try a pizza biscuit.