This is great to serve with grilled chicken or pork! Cook potatoes first, then move to an area without coals to keep warm while you are cooking your meat. Recipe can be varied to suit any dietary restrictions you may have. Can be baked in oven for 1 & 1 2
I think this is an old Boy Scout Recipe (they probably didn't use the beer, though). We look forward to camping just so we can make this (although there is no reason not to make it in the oven, we just like the "specialness" of it). I don't have kids, but if I were a kid, this would be a lot of fun to make, and easy! Prep time is just chopping and putting together your Creation!
I combined a couple of ideas and came up with this. This is for a deep 12 inch cast iron dutch oven. Amounts are approximate, use whatever size cake mix and pie filling you have, easily double the recipe for bigger crowds. We burned ours in about 10 minutes by putting a too hot log on top so BE SURE TO CHECK IT OFTEN!
Thes are so delicious! We grill out a lot and have these quite often because they are a favorite with our family and with guests. This recipe was submitted by Bearly Smokin' in the KC Barbeque Society cookbook.
This was in my local newspaper. I haven't tried it yet, but it's here for "safe keeping". Something the kids will love. It's the winner of a recent pancake contest. Winner was Cindy Trantham and kids--Ryan, Shelby, and Ellery. Thanks guys!