Magic Marshmallow Puff Cinnabursts

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Camping has never been tastier! We love using our Pie Iron to create delectable camping treats, but our tastebuds weren’t prepared for these amazing Cinnabursts!

We love cooking these the old fashioned way, by wrapping them on a stick and roasting over the fire, but we usually lose 1 or 2 in the process. We opted to try the pie-iron and Oh My, They are so delicious it’s now a requirement when we camp. Although the kids prefer to call them Magic Marshmallow Puffs because the marshmallow completely dissolves and becomes a burst of cinnamon sweetness.

You’ll Need:

A Hot Campfire
1 Tube of Biscuits or crescent rolls (such as pillsbury – but the store brand will do nicely)
Softened Butter
Marshmallows- cheaper isn’t better, kraft works best, other brands will not melt completely.
Cinnamon/Sugar Mix

Flatten the biscuit to completely fit one side of the pie iron (you may need to use 2 per side) Coat 4 marshmallows with the softened butter (just roll them in it), then roll them in cinnamon sugar. Place the coated marshmallows on top of the flattened dough.

Top with another piece of flatten dough. Close the pie iron and roast over hot coals, turning occasionally. These take 7-10 minutes to fully cook, depending on how close you hold them to the coals. Be careful not to burn them!

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2 Comments

  1. Does the pie iron need to be preheated or should it be cool or just warm to the touch? I always have trouble with mountain pies cause my dad insists they should be preheated but that just ends up burning the outside and cold in the middle. Ugh, I need to take a mountain pie home ec class lol.

    • Does the pie iron need to be preheated or should it be cool or just warm to the touch? I always have trouble with mountain pies cause my dad insists they should be preheated but that just ends up burning the outside and cold in the middle. Ugh, I need to take a mountain pie home ec class lol.

      Well now, that’s an interesting question, because when we start our pie irons are completely cold, then after the first one, they’re pretty damn hot and you have to be careful filling them. The second one always cooks a little bit faster. So I guess the answer is, it doesn’t really matter except that you need to alter your cooking time a little bit if your iron is Hot already.

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