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One day in the beginning of this summer I got the brilliant idea to try this. When it actually worked I was quite pleased with myself thinking I was the first to think of it lol Turns out people have been making these for a while now. Even though they're not my invention they're pretty dern tasty. The cheap biscuits work just fine for this. If you let them warm up a bit they're easier to wrap around your stick. I mix my sugar and cinn in a small plastic bag then throw the bisquit in and shake to coat. Keep these at the top of the flame while cooking and turn often or they'll burn on the outside and stay raw inside.
These were so easy and made a great breakfast! We made these over the campfire recently while camping! Thanks Chuck!
I had tried these and they took too long to cook. The kids had gotten impatience. Once they finally did get done, they were good. I suggest precooking in the oven first and then enjoy on the stick.
This is a great treat for the boy scouts as they are preparing meals in patrols to advance in rank. These are always a crowd pleaser and work for both breakfast and an after dinner treat!
We use to call these "buns on a branch." ;D Thanks for taking me back Chuck.
I can't believe that someone posted this recipe! The memories you brought back! I remember this from my Girl Scout days. It was sooo much fun. We didn't roll the outside though - we took them off of the sticks and filled them with butter and jam. I'm going to make these again the next time we go camping.