- This is one of the recipes that won in the dessert
competition at the Nittany Mountain District 2004
Spring Camporee -- the theme was PIONEERING.
APPLE PUDDING (Apple Cobbler w/ Orange)
Dutch oven w/ rack
pan for pudding
fork for mixing
2 20 oz cans sliced apples
1 large orange
3/4 cup flour
3/4 cup brown sugar (packed)
1/4 pound butter, soft
Put Dutch oven over coals with some on lid.
Open cans of apples and put in cooking pan. [The cans Paul
Found (Wal-Mart pie filling) had pop-tops. Paul used a 9"
disposable cake pan]
Wash orange. Cut in half and squeeze the juice over apples.
Put 3/4 cup of flour, 3/4 cup brown sugar, and 1/4 pound
soft butter in mixing bowl. Using a fork, mix these
ingredients together. This will be like coarse crumbs when
properly mixed. [Paul took pre-measured ingredients in
quart-sized Ziplocs to camp, and then mixed them in a
Spread this mixture on top of the apples.
Place pie pan on rack in Dutch oven. Have some coals on
Cook slowly for about 45 minutes. Once apples get hot, 6 or
8 briquettes under the oven and the same number on the lid
will be enough.
FROM: Camp Cookery for Small Groups: Recipes for groups of eight
BSA # 33592A
COST AT COUNCIL OFFICE: $3.25
- Juniata Valley Council, Nittany Mountain District Training Chair
"Train them up in the way they should go..."