Pie Iron Nutella & Banana Biscuits

Howdy friends!  If you’ve been around for a while then you know that I have been sharing all kinds of camping recipes this spring!  Be sure to check out Camping Recipes for all of our past posts and follow along for a new post every week until summer.  Whew!!  That’s A LOT of camping food inspiration!  Today I’m sharing these beyond delicious Nutella & Banana Biscuits with you…

Keeping your ingredients simple while camping is key!  Simple and portable.  I love bread in a tin because it doesn’t get squashed while travelling or in storage.  You can totally substitute a loaf of bread for biscuits though!

I love Pie Irons for cooking while camping.  We also call them camp cookers.  It is essentially a cast iron sandwich maker that you can heat over the open fire.  We use it year round and it works like a charm over the propane fire as well (whenever there is a fire ban in place).  You can purchase a Pie Iron straight from Amazon or find them at Canadian Tire or other outdoor specialty stores.

For this simple camping recipe you will need…

Ingredients:

Nutella

Banana

Pillsbury biscuit dough

Non-stick cooking spray (optional)

Directions:

Spray the interior of the pie iron with non stick spray.

Layer 1 biscuit, Nutella, sliced banana pieces and 1 biscuit.

Close and latch the pie iron.

Cook over the fire, opening the iron to check progress periodically.

Cook for approximately 5 mins per side depending on how hot the fire is.

Pie Iron Nutella & Banana Biscuits
 
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Recipe type: Camping
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Nutella
  • Banana
  • Pillsbury biscuit dough
  • Non-stick cooking spray (optional)
Instructions
  1. Spray the interior of the pie iron with non stick spray.
  2. Layer 1 biscuit, Nutella, sliced banana pieces and 1 biscuit.
  3. Close and latch the pie iron.
  4. Cook over the fire, opening the iron to check progress periodically.
  5. Cook for approximately 5 mins per side depending on how hot the fire is.

 

Cooking nice and slow and checking often is the best way to be sure that the biscuit dough is cooked through.  They turn out warm, gooey and chocolatey – so good!

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