Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Camp Cobbler



This past weekend we took a camping trip, and what better dessert could we come up with than cobbler? Fire roasted cobbler was a great experiment. It was easier than I imagined, and tasty too!

All you have to do, is open can of your fruit of choice (I chose blackberry and cherry - which I mixed together in the can), drain the liquid, and rip off the label. Next, open a package of refrigerated biscuits, cut them in small pieces and roll in brown sugar and cinnamon. Top the can with the biscuit dough and butter, then wrap the whole thing in foil and roast it over hot coals for about 30 minutes. (The time goes quick when you're sitting around the campfire, sharing a few beers with friends).

While this wasn't strictly the TWD recipe for this week, I followed along in spirit and adapted the recipe to fit my activities.

4 comments:

Mevrouw Cupcake said...

I think this is a great adaptation!

rainbowbrown said...

That is so very neat. I'm so down with camping food ideas like this.

Rebecca said...

I never would have thought to do that. How cool!

Barbara said...

Great idea! Thank you for sharing your camping cobbler, it looks delicious.