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Here is the Lava cake recipe: https://www.campingforfoodies.com/chocolate-lava-dutch-oven-cakes/  

Key things I noticed:

  • the foil cup holders are lined with parchment paper.  Remove the parchment paper as the stick.
  • right before putting the batter into the cups, put a shot of spray oil into the foil cup
  • preheat the dutch oven it makes a difference
  • After 10 minutes check the cakes every minute, you want the tops to basically just dry out.  13-14 minutes is the times that have worked for me.
  • A side of vanilla ice cream is amazing with it.

The waiting is the hardest part, you won't believe it came out of a dutch oven.  I have won district competitions making this.  

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Going camping this weekend with my family, I’ll make sure to include the recipes we try in the new subtopic.

we are making:

- Pizza

- Cinnamon pecan rolls

 

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This weekend we are making a simple dump cobler in the Dutch oven, and going to try out my new Ice Cream Balls from the scout store! 

In the past we have done lots of cobblers, Adult Mac and Cheese and my favorite so far is a pineapple upside down cake.

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14 minutes ago, John-in-KC said:

You asked, you got.  There is now a cooking and recipes sub forum

thanks!

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Our scoutmaster's cheesecake.  The picture doesn't do it justice.  Not a crack at all.  This is from our Iron Chef campout/competition.

 

Cheesecake.jpg

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1 hour ago, 69RoadRunner said:

Our scoutmaster's cheesecake.  The picture doesn't do it justice.  Not a crack at all.  This is from our Iron Chef campout/competition.

 

Cheesecake.jpg

recipe?   Looks great!

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1 hour ago, Thunderbird said:

@69RoadRunnerWhat's your Scoutmaster's secret to no cracks? 

I'll have to ask if he still has the recipe.  This was from a few years ago.  We do this in November, so ideally you'd let it set in the cold for a while, but no time for that. :)

 

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2 hours ago, 69RoadRunner said:

I'll have to ask if he still has the recipe.  This was from a few years ago.  We do this in November, so ideally you'd let it set in the cold for a while, but no time for that. :)

 

I would appreciate it, my scouts too 🙂

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