Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Campfire Roasted Cinnamon Rolls

We ate these one morning while camping last weekend. And I give credit for the idea to my friend Tia.
To make them, you need a tube of cinnamon rolls, sticks & a campfire.

Just an FYI: When Tia & I made these, she had purchased the Pillsbury brand & found that they did not come in a "spiral" shape like the cheap brand I purchased did. They both still worked, but it's easier if the dough is already in the "spiral" form.

Twist the dough around the top of your stick.

Pinch the ends to prevent the cinnamon treat from falling off the stick during roasting.
Roast over a fire, just like you would a marshmallow. Hot coals are best---not a flaming fire. You'll have to be patient, because they don't cook up as fast as a marshmallow. So, keep watching it until the outside is golden & the inside is cooked.
When it's done & lookin' tasty, slide the cinnamon roll off the stick.

Cover with frosting & munch away!

Or, you can get all savage & eat it right off the stick. haha!
(You can also do the same thing with the tubes of biscuits or dinner rolls.)

17 comments:

  1. Very clever way to have cinnamon rolls while camping. Now, I am craving a cinnamon roll, but that would mean I'd have to leave the house in search of one. So I'll just have to be content looking at the photos of yours!

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  2. oh cool!!! we love cinnamon roll!

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  3. you are so CLEVER! GREAT camping tip for a WoNDERFUL breakfast treat! :) Thank you so much for sharing! Have a TERRIFIC day!

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  4. That is a great idea!! How yummy!

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  5. oh oh! we should try these!! the family is going camping in a couple of weeks!! They look scrumptious and #3 is drooling while I type this...lol!!!
    XO
    ~Christine

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  6. What a clever Idea. Thanks for sharing and I bet they were yummy too. Have a great day...kathi

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  7. That is awesome! I'm going to try this on Friday, thanks!

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  8. Mmmm! I can't wait to try that! And Hood Park!

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  9. LOVE this idea! Thanks for sharing - we are going to try this this weekend =-)
    Beth

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  10. I have done this with croissants then filled them with pudding (chocolate or vanilla) and it is amazing

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  11. LOVE this idea! Just wanted you to know it was featured on our site today: http://www.thedatingdivas.com/food/101-camping-tips-ideas/ Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  12. Awesome Idea! will definatly try! thanks!!

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  13. LOVE it. will def try this summer! :) thanks!!

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  14. Great idea, but just whittle off the bark first ........ less bird poo etc. injested that way :)

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