Dutch oven chocolate chip cookies for your family reunion.
If you want to be the post popular person at your family reunion, mix up a batch of these Dutch oven chocolate chip cookies. You may even be able to pull S’more cookers away from the campfire to eat one of these delicious warm cookies.
Cookies baked in a Dutch oven seem to be moister than those cooked in a regular oven. The less air space in a Dutch oven keeps them moist throughout the cooking process. The amount of heat used might need to be adjusted depending on your elevation. Be sure to rotate the oven clockwise and the lid counterclockwise a quarter turn every few minutes to avoid hot spots.
You can find the recipe we use at our family reunions at
Dutch Oven Cookies
Our friends the Cutlers, introduced us to “Campfire Éclairs” several years ago and Campfire Éclairs have been a fun family reunion tradition ever since. If you need a break from S’Mores (how could you need a break from S’Mores?) try these delicious Campfire Éclairs at your next family reunion. They’re fun and easy to make. All you need is a large 1 inch dowel, Pillsbury biscuit dough, instant vanilla pudding and a can of chocolate frosting. Read how to do it by following this link.
Is your family tired of S’mores and other traditional campfire treats? Tired of S’mores- no never. Well maybe you’re ready for a change? Try some yummy “Banana Boats” cooked over the fire.
Just like S’mores, everyone makes their own. Just set out toppings such as chocolate chips, peanut or butterscotch chips, coconut, chocolate sauce, peanut butter, mini marshmallows, honey, Nutella, and jam. You will also need a banana for everyone and a piece of tin foil. You eat this gooey treat with a spoon. If you have a freezer available top off your banana with a scoop of ice cream for a real banana split.
Follow this link for complete Banana Boat instructions