Eats & DrinksDesserts

Campfire Apple Pies

Comments

CampfireApplePies_titleCampfireApplePies_4CampfireApplePiesCampFireApplePies_5We’ve been making campfire apple pies since we were kids! They’re honestly one of my favorite campfire desserts, I’ll even go as far as saying they’re right up there with S’mores. But since they require a nifty tool that I didn’t have until now, we haven’t made them in years! They’re buttery, crispy (like toast!) and have a sweet apple pie filling. Really they’re insanely delicious, especially with a lot of BUTTER! And they’re easy to make, no messing around with crust recipes, just two pieces of buttered white bread and then a super simple apple pie filling. Lock them into the cast iron cooker and then cook over a fire until each side is golden brown! Read below for the recipe. Also, tomorrow we’ll be featuring a fun beach bonfire I hosted for a few of our friends! PS… Pie makers are on sale at World Market for $3.95!

Campfire Apple Pies
6 apples thinly sliced. A variety of green and red is best.
Juice of 1 lemon
1/2 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
5 tablespoons butter
1 loaf white bread
1 stick butter, softened

Mix all of the ingredients together (except for the bread and 1 stick butter) in a large bowl and mix until apples are fully covered with the mixture.

Butter two pieces of bread, both sides.

Place a piece of bread on the bottom of the pie cooker. Fill it with the apple mixture (pile it high) then place the other piece of bread on top and close the pie cooker.

Hold over a fire, until each side is golden brown.

Next Story

One Charming Room: Cottage Kitchenette

Comments

Something charming to say?

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comments

20 responses to Campfire Apple Pies

  1. September 2, 2014

    These really look delicious and fun too. Blessings, Catherine

    1. Eden
      September 2, 2014

      Thanks Catherine!! They’re so delicious! Try them!! 🙂

  2. September 2, 2014

    Yum! I haven’t had a hobo pie in years! Probably since I was a kid. I didn’t know you could still buy the irons. I’m totally getting one!

    1. Eden
      September 3, 2014

      Liz!! I hadn’t had them since I was a kid either and I was SO excited when I saw them. I kept telling Zan how amazing they are!! It’s going to bring back so many memories for you, haha 🙂

    2. September 5, 2014

      Today was the first time I ever saw the term Hobo Pie. I love it. In South Africa we call them jaffles. 🙂

      1. Eden
        September 5, 2014

        Haha! First time I heard them called Hobo Pie too! I love that they call them Jaffles in South Africa! Love learning new things! Thanks for the comment 🙂 XO

  3. September 6, 2014

    These little pies are so fun…now I wanna go camping!

    1. Eden
      September 8, 2014

      Fall camping is the best! Go and make some pies, haha 🙂

  4. jessie
    September 8, 2014

    I remember making them with you when we were young! ohh memories! : )

    1. Eden
      September 8, 2014

      I know!! I LOVED them! We need to make them with our kids 🙂 XO

  5. Kristin
    September 10, 2014

    I loooove this idea!! You have me feeling so inspired this afternoon! Haha I’m ordering some of those pie makers right now!

    1. Eden
      September 10, 2014

      Hahah!! Kristin!! I am LOVING all of your comments! You’re making my day, haha 🙂 You’re the sweetest!!! Yay for nap time! XOXO

  6. chris owen
    September 15, 2014

    love your ultimate pumpkin pie recipe! what a great idea to do the marshmallow topping.
    campfire apple pie, yum.
    Hollowed out cupcakes, yes!
    Romeo is looking like a little man.
    chris

  7. […] Get the recipe here. […]

  8. […] Campfire Apple Pies from Sugar and Charm […]

  9. […] and make some of your favorite fall foods over the fire. Make caramel corn over the fire or some campfire apple pies with apples you picked yourselves. If you’re feeling extra PSL-y this year, make some […]

Most recent posts

Sign up for the

Newsletter

Spamming is Never Charming