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Snacks, Sweets and Deserts
There are some old favorites and some new twists.
Happy Trails and Happy Camping!
Camping Donuts: Applesauce Cake: Fried Granola Treats: Banana Boats

Camp Fruit Crisp: Camping Rice Pudding: Campfire Cake: Campfire Baked Apples

Baked Apples: Texas Molly: Texas Cinnamon Pecan Rings: Texas Jalapeno Cornbread

Cornmeal Bread: Coffee Cake: Pineapple Upside Down Cake: Apple Cake.

Not many folks make these treats, but they sure make the day! We have Cobblers just for you below for starters.

Sweets and Snacks

Snacks, Sweets and Deserts can really put the frosting on the cake, so to speak. And by the way, who says we can't snack for lunch! When we are camping, why should we have to settle for the standard fare? We are always trying to make camping fun so why not try some of these Sweets & Snacks to help build many more happy camping memories. Be sure to send us your ideas and successes! Get creative and have some fun.  We would love to hear from you and share what you have with all fellow campers. Use the link below to share with others. Happy Camping and Travels.

Dutch Oven Cobbler
2 cans  fruit or pie mix (peaches, apples, pineapple, etc.)
1 box  white or yellow cake mix
1/4 pound  butter

Butter inside of Dutch oven (use only ovens with lipped top because you need to put coals on top of oven).  Alternatively,  you can line the inside of the Dutch oven with aluminum foil.  Place fruit in bottom of oven.  Cover with cake mix and level it.  Cut butter into about 10 pieces and scatter over cake mix.  It is ready to bake.  (Note: If you use peaches,  you may need to dispose of about 1/2 of the liquid.  Crushed pineapple has about the right amount of liquid.) Place about 8 coals under the Dutch oven and about 16 to 20 coals on top of oven.  Check after 30 minutes.  Baking is often complete at 45 minutes.  

Another Cobbler
2  28 ounce cans  sliced peaches
1 1/2 cup  sugar
1 teaspoon  cinnamon 
1/2 teaspoon  nutmeg
3 1/2 cups  biscuit mix
3 tablespoons  margarine or butter
2  eggs
1 cup  milk

Line Dutch oven with aluminum foil and grease.  Preheat oven. Put in peaches, one can drained and one can not drained.  Add 1/2 cup of biscuit mix, cinnamon, nutmeg and 1 cup of sugar.  Stir, cover and place on 10 to 12 coals with none on lid.   In a mixing bowl, put in 2 cups biscuit mix.  Cut in 3 tablespoons butter.  Add 2 eggs and 1 cup of milk and mix until ingredients are evenly mixed.  Remove lid from oven.  The mixture in the oven should be boiling.  Drop dough one spoonful at a time onto the top of the fruit.  Recover oven quickly.  Add nine coals to lid.  Cook for 30 to 40 minutes until topping is done.  Allow to cool several minutes before serving.

Banna Dump Cobbler
1 package  yellow cake mix
1 pound  brown sugar 
1/2 pound  margarine
5 pounds  bananas
3 tablespoons  white sugar
1 tablespoon cinnamon

Heat Dutch oven and cover with coals for 15 minutes.  Slice bananas lengthwise and set aside. Prepare cake mix, with or without eggs, and set aside.  Remove preheated oven from coals and melt butter in the bottom.  Add brown sugar and mix well with butter.  Add bananas and sauté for three minutes over fire.  Pour cake mixture over bananas. Fold banana-sugar mixture up over cake mixture a few times.  Sprinkle with cinnamon and white sugar.  Bake 35 minutes.  For the first 10 minutes use coals on the bottom only.  Then add coals to oven top and continue baking until done.

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