Last Saturday, Erik from DoughyMaker was generous enough to stand at the entrance of Smith & Edwards, celebrating our 67th Anniversary and handing out campfire treats!
Erik and his family have a lot of experience feeding Scout Camp and Girls Camps full of hungry mouths out in the woods here in Utah.
If you’ve been out with hungry campers, you know time is of the essence! Erik and his family came up with this amazing way to cook some sweet treats in a quick amount of time to keep the campers happy – and your family will love it, too.
A single Doughy Maker will make 10 biscuits, donut holes, or treats at a time.
Erik recommends Pillsbury dough to make campfire doughies: the baking powder in them will mean a faster cooking time and a lighter treat than others, like Rhodes.
Simply pop the biscuits in:
Then clamp the muffin tins together, and heat ’em up.
Erik’s perfected method is over a flame, 3-4 minutes, flipping from one side to the other every 5 seconds.
The DoughyMaker is designed for a campfire, and you can also use it on your gas grill, barbecue, or Camp Chef. (These summer days in Utah, you could probably use the hood of a hot car, too!)
Ok, check ’em! When the biscuits are a golden brown, they’re ready:
Here’s our favorite recipe: Cinnamon & Sugar Doughies.
Drop the hot doughies in melted butter:
Then roll them around in cinnamon & sugar:
Mmmmm! What a perfect camping treat!
Can you imagine what your family can come up with? Marshmallow s’mores, jalepeno doughies, cheese-stuffed doughies, carmel pecan, blueberry biscuits…. YUM!
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