Re: Dutch Oven cobbler
Dave Rogers (DA6ver6@AOL.COM)
Thu, 11 Jul 1996 04:41:49 -0400
Hope I'm not too late to save the day for the internet and your scoutmaster.
This recipe has won the prize at summer camp cobbler cookoff a half dozen
Line Dutch oven with foil (for easy cleaning).
Mix two cups of flour, two cups of sugar, two cups of milk, two teaspoons of
vanilla extract, a pinch of salt and a pinch of baking powder in a large
ziplock bag. Knead the mixture until all lumps are removed.
Open two large cans of pie filling (our favorites are: cherry, apple and
Place Dutch oven on level ground with 17 coals underneath and 15 coals on
Melt two sticks of butter. Empty ziplock bag into Dutch oven and immediately
pour pie filling in on top (pour in center). Allow to bake for 40-45 minutes
making sure coals cook top and bottom evenly.
If done properly, you'll have a light brown crust on top with no sign of
fruit until you dig in. If fruit does show through, well, you've still got an
awesome taste treat. We usually send a dad to the nearest bait shop or
all-night grocery for vanilla ice cream to top off this masterpiece.
Good luck in the cobbler cook-off.
ASM, Beaumont, TX
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City