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Campfire Convenient Sweet Rolls
(Submitted by Amanda Budnick)
Melt 1 stick of butter in a fire friendly saucepan, set aside, spread cinnamon-sugar
(half to one cup) on a plate, set next to melted butter, slightly stretch and
wrap buttermilk biscuits (pillsbury or any other brand from the can) around the
end of a stick (it should look like a long twisty type candy sucker) hold over
fire and cook in the heat not the flame, like for toasty marshmallows, until
puffy and golden-done. When done, the dough will slide off the stick easily,
butter, then roll in the cinnamon sugar. Viola! Fresh cinnamon
rolls by the campfire. We haven't met anyone who didn't love this one yet.
Cut the cores out of fresh apples and try not to poke
the peel on the bottom. Fill the middle with cinnamon, brown
sugar, raisins and nuts if preferred. Wrap in aluminum foil
and heat over the fire. When heated open up the gooey treat
and eat it with a spoon.
Leave the banana peel on and with a knife, cut a slit
from top to bottom, but don't cut all the way through. Open
the banana slightly to put one or two pieces of chocolate
(or chocolate chips) inside and then top that with small marshmallows.
Wrap it up in aluminum foil and heat over the campfire.
The classic camping snack! Begin by toasting a large
marshmallow over the fire. Next place it on a graham cracker.
Place a piece of chocolate (or chocolate chips) over the marshmallow,
and top it with another graham cracker. You can also put the
smores together and then wrap it in aluminum foil and heat
over the fire.
Spread peanut butter in tortilla shell, sprinkle in chocolate chips and marshmallows, roll up torilla then wrap in aluminum foil. Set the taco in the coals for roughly 10 minutes depending upon your fire temperature. Check for doneness (if everything is melted) before eating then enjoy your gooey, yummy treat!
For the "slacker camper" these can also be done in the microwave, but beware of inflating marshmallows!
Submitted By: Jean Owens