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Texas Beef on Texas Toast

So let’s say you aren’t exactly in Texas and you aren’t quite sure what makes toast Texan either. I’m here to tell you now that it doesn’t matter. This medley makes Iceland feel like Texas and will have you thinking everything (including your belly) is getting bigger with every bite.

It may sound odd, but this combination of deli-sliced beef, thick bread, mustard, green peppers and a few seasonings creates quite good eats.

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Sausage Peppered Biscuit Breakfast

While I usually run from anything that requires bring special equipment to camp, this is good enough to make an exception. We’ll just have to try some different uses for the Lodge cast iron biscuit pan. Thanks to the Jelly Toast Blog for this awesome recipe. Continue reading “Sausage Peppered Biscuit Breakfast”

French Breakfast Puffs for Pie Iron

Here is a good one. I a bit different than typical sandwiches, this is a puffy pastry that tastes a bit like a donut. It will be a welcome change of pace for a breakfast or even a snack. It is super easy, but be careful with the heat. You want a delicate browning and with a hot fire, you can easily burn these.

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Mountain Monkey Bread for a Pie Iron

The Mountain Pie Cook-Off is back! The entries are lining up. In the breakfast category, we have Mountain Monkey Bread in pie iron one…

Mountain Monkey Bread? Yeh, Mountain Monkey Bread. And it’s good. Here’s what you do.

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Campfire Dutch Oven Beef & Beer Stew

This was adapted from a Marlboro cookbook that I have for campfire cooking. To make it easy, pack portioned spice mixes at home, label them, and bring them all together in one little cup to easily add to the stew without measuring. Worcestershire sauce can be measured and portioned for travel as well.

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Chicken Pot Pie Mountain Pie

This simple, easy to make chicken pot pie was soooo good it demanded seconds from more than one person. We made it using canned refrigerated biscuits. Yum! Continue reading “Chicken Pot Pie Mountain Pie”

Pineapple Inside Cake

Wow was this good. This was the close second in the dessert category. It was gooey and delicious. We actually used donuts from a local bakery called Schorr’s (fabulous homemade donuts if you are ever in West View, Pennsylvania), but any plain cake donut will do. The idea came from Campfire Kitchen’s recipe list.

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Stuffed French Toast Mountain Pie

Stuffed French Toast Mountain Pie

This recipe was unbelievable…something you’d expect in a restaurant, not camping. This entry was a hands down breakfast winner that you must certainly try. And, if you have leftovers, simply cook it up in single slices and top with the banana, walnuts and either syrup or confectioner sugar.

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Texas Sheet Cake

Let’s talk about the obvious. This is not a recipe that you make at camp. No, this chocolate delight is a make-at-home and throw in the car prepared kind of thing. The only thing that suits it for camping is that EVERYONE demands it. A few years ago, I tried a different dessert. A bar-type version of a camping classic. You know, the one that starts with s’m. I can’t say it. That trip I was badgered endlessly with the question, “What was wrong with the chocolate cake?” “I really could go for Texas Sheet Cake.”

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