With summer just underway, this time-lapse video proved that Phoenix heat is no joke! View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php / Via Facebook: 12news With an excessive heat warning in effect, and temperatures hovering around 115 degrees, 12 News decided to see if cookies could bake in a car. 12 News / Via Facebook: 12news According to Visit Phoenix, the average June temperature in Phoenix is 102.3 degrees. So here we go...this guy placed the cookie sheet on the dashboard. 12News / Via Facebook: 12news The cookies began to spread and BAKE...because it was HOT AF. 12News / Via Facebook: 12news By the time the time-lapse video ended, nearly five hours later...the cookies were perfectly baked. 12News / Via Facebook: 12news It's a friendly reminder: Don't leave your pets or kiddos in your car. It's obviously NOT safe. Naturally, the comments section of this video is filled with other creative things people have baked in their cars. Like this pizza: Rich Love / Via facebook.com Sue Harris attempted brownies: Sue Harris / Via facebook.com And holy shit, Paul Reithmayer shared this photo of his Harley seat's temperature: Paul Reithmayer / Via facebook.com 203 DEGREES!!!!!! WHOA! Stay cool out there! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Blogspot / Via blogger.com 'Cause ain't nobody got time to die.