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French Bread Pizza ~ Campfire recipe
Camping Recipe ~ Cinnamon Rolls On A Stick
This camping tip is an “oldie but a goodie”. We have made these since I was little but they always turn out great and are a awesome treat while camping in the wilderness. All you need is a clean stick, and a can of cinnamon rolls. I normally have the kids go on a nature hike and look for good cooking stick on the path. We then use a knife to cut the bark off and make a clean surface to cook the dough on. If you do not have a stick you can just use a roasting stick. Open up your can of cinnamon rolls and start to unwrap it on your stick. Make sure it is wrapped on there good so it does not fall off while cooking. I like to use the canned biscuits or rolls for this, because you can use toss then in your cooler for easy transport until you are ready to use them.
To cook, place over an open fire, twist or slowly spin your stick to help it cook evenly. It is best to cook over coals instead of an open flame. The flame will just burn your bread so it is best to avoid them. It took me about 8 minutes to cook each roll. But cooking times will vary on the thickness of your dough and the heat of your fire. Top with the icing that comes in the can, and enjoy!
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No Machine 5 Ingredient Peanut Butter Ice Cream
I LOVE ice cream and homemade ice cream is even better, but it is a lot of work. THAT is until I used this recipe, it is SO EASY and taste amazing. There is no need to turn or machine the ice cream to make it set up. You just mix it per the direction below pour into a container let and freeze then enjoy! Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!
2 C cold heavy whipping cream
1 14oz can sweetened condensed milk
1/3 c sugar
1 T vanilla extract
1 18oz jar creamy peanut butter
Whip cream until stiff peaks form in a large bowl. Set aside.
In a medium size bowl whip together condensed milk, vanilla extract, sugar, 1/2 the jar of PB until all is combined. It’ll be thick. Add PB mixture to whipped cream and whip with electric mixer until all is combined.
Add ice cream mixture to a loaf pan and scoop on 4 T PB and swirl with a knife until no chunks remain.
Freeze for 6+ hours. Scoop and serve, easy as that!
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Two of my husband’s most favorite foods are milkshakes and strawberry shortcakes. Combine them and he is in heaven! Nothing beats making a great treat for your family when they can’t get over how good it is. And it can’t get any better when making them treats is super easy and fast!
You can make a strawberry shortcake milkshake from scratch or you can make this as a leftover treat the next day. One day you can make a fun Strawberry Shortcake and the next use it to make a fun treat again!
With this recipe for Strawberry Shortcake Milkshake you don’t even have to cook the cake. Follow our simple recipe directions for a fun and refreshing treat on a hot summer day!
Most of us have these in our fridge anyways, so it’s a fun and easy dessert.
Blend the Cake layer in a blender until smooth:
Once blended, place the blended cake mix in the freezer while you prep and de-stem the strawberries
Add your strawberries and blend till smooth:
July 4th is right around the corner, it happens to be one of my families favorite holidays. We are all about RED WHITE and BLUE and showing how much we love America. We normally go to the parade, swim, have a BBQ and end the day by watching the fireworks. We also have a tradition that we eat Twizzlers, they are easy to pack, they hold up in the heat, easy to share and we love them.
I was looking on Pinterest and I saw this cute idea to wrap Pixie sticks up for the 4th of July. Not sure about you but when my kids get Pixie Sticks they act like they are on Sugar Crack… sure go ahead and suck on a tube of sugar and get it everywhere. Oh and then CRY because you have slobbered all over the end of your paper straw and now you can’t get to your sugar crack…. and you want me to get all sticky and fix it. Come one, if you are a Mom you know what I am talking about right
So instead I decided to tweak this cute idea to go along with our family tradition…. and that is how the idea of July 4th Snack Bundles came about. Oh and yes I am sure I am going to get some nasty messages telling me that Twizzlers are going to ruin my children, but I assure you we will be fine… I promise to brush AND floss my kids teeth before they go to bed. If you do not like the idea of Twizzlers, you are more than welcome to use fresh green beans or sugar snap peas and bundle them up instead.
All you need is a bag of Twizzlers, some scrapbook paper and tape. Cut the scrapbook paper into 3 1/2 X 3 1/2 sections and wrap them around 5 Twizzlers. Use tape to hold the paper in place. Simple as that you have an adorable, but yummy treat to share with your family and friends on July 4th.