July / August 2010 Recipe of the Month

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  1. PopUpSteve

    PopUpSteve Administrator

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    July / August 2010 Recipe of the Month

    Title: Campfire Cobbler (Dutch Oven)

    Cook Time: 60 minutes

    Serving Size: 6-8 people

    Ingredients:
    • 1 stick butter
    • cinnamon or brown sugar
    • 2 envelopes instant oatmeal
    • 1 yellow cake mix
    • 2 cans cherry pie filling

    Equipment:
    • cooking spoon
    • dutch oven
    • can opener
    • largebowl
    • knife

    Directions:
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    [*]Empty pie filling into cast iron dutch oven.
    [*]In large bowl mix cake mix and oatmeal. Cut butter into dry ingredients to form crumble topping. Pour mixture over pie filling.
    [*]Sprinkle cinnamon or brown sugar on top of crumble mixture.
    [*]Place ducth oven on top of 6-8 hot charcoal briquettes and 6 to 8 hot briquettes on top of lid. Bake 45 min to one hour. Be sure to rotate duch oven and lid to avoid burning.
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  2. Hardee5

    Hardee5 New Member

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    Sounds good! [:)O]
    While working at a scout camp, we had a weekly cobbler contest. Ate some great cobbler and some not so edible cobblers. One troop used fruit cocktail and added walnuts to the crumble topping. Makes me hungry thinking about it. :)
     
  3. NYgranny

    NYgranny New Member

    Will make sure DH sees this. He does DO cooking demos for Cub Scout pack every spring, and is always looking for a new recipe. Sounds like a good one!
     
  4. bobkat

    bobkat Member

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    What size of DO do you use for this recipe?
     
  5. Buddy Ter

    Buddy Ter New Member

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    The measurements look like what I use for my 12".

    That's a great idea, adding the instant oatmeal. I wonder if you could skip the brown sugar and cinnamon if you used brown sugar and cinnamon oatmeal. I'll try it and report back.
     
  6. Bishop Ramblers

    Bishop Ramblers New Member

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    Hellol,
    I am new to DO cooking and am having a great time learning how. Thank you for this recipe! I used this recipe while camping this weekend [CP].

    I used my 10 inch DO and I made a few modifications. I used quick oats instead of instant, I did not have any instant on hand. I used Splenda brand brown sugar along with cinnamon and some nutmeg. It turned out fantastic!

    I love the idea of adding walnuts to this recipe, it would be a nice addition. I did not have any available, but will stock the walnuts and make sure I try that on the next cobbler.

    Thank you again!
     
  7. Noni

    Noni See ya' out there !

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    we do this same recipe, and we use the 10" DO
     
  8. mrsk

    mrsk New Member

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    I've made DO cobblers often, and recommend lining the DO cobbler with heavy duty foil first. That way you have easy clean-up. Also, if you don't have canned pie filling, you can use canned fruit and add sugar and corn starch to it. Did it with canned peaches over the weekend and it was fabulous!
     
  9. huiru

    huiru Guest

    I did not have any available, but will stock the walnuts and make sure I try that on the next cobbler.
     
  10. 01YZF6

    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    delicious! 'nuff said
     
  11. Tentless

    Tentless New Member

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    For the canned peaches version - do you pour in the juice or just the peaches?
     
  12. HammelBrau

    HammelBrau Member

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    We cooked this TREAT up a couple weeks ago when camping with several families. FYI, we did 1 can of light cherry pie filling, 1 can of regular (DW trying to cut calories) and it came out fine. We even sprinkled chopped pecans on 1/2 of it for the nut-lovers in the group. This was a real crowd pleaser, for sure. It even had several leaving that weekend saying they were going to go purchase a DO so they could do desserts like that.

    My question, to the cobbler/DO pros - how in the wide wide world of sports do I easily clean my DO after doing cobbler? Most of my DO recipes to date have been full of fluid (meat cooked in beer) so I haven't had much issue with cleaning up. After this recipe, I had some good cherry pie filing caked/baked on to the sides of the DO. I have seen people in the past line their DO with foil and I'm guessing that might keep cleanup to a minimum, but guessing my DW might object to this as it is contributing foil to the landfill (a feller just can't win these days)!

    Any input is welcome. Thanks MUCH for this crowd-pleasing recipe!!! Cheers...jeff
     
  13. alexliz05

    alexliz05 New Member

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    I tried it this weekend and it was delicious!! I used 2 cans of apple pie filling & cooked it on the gas stove.
     

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