3 Ingredient Blackberry Campfire Cobbler
I am so excited for camping season! We usually start camping in April, but it’s been so COLD here in PA, that it’s put a damper on our plans. If we can’t get out in the woods we can still get out to the fire ring and prepare (pretend) for camping. My hubby is a master of the campfire and cooking up food like a champ. He’s been dying to make a campfire cobbler and I am always willing to eat his creations. Since the dutch oven can sometimes be difficult to clean, we recently tried out dutch oven liners. They are amazing! The parchment paper liners are my favorite. They make clean up easy and let’s face it, when you’re trying to relax in the woods, the last thing you want is more dishes to wash!
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This Blackberry Campfire Cobbler only takes 3 simple ingredients and will be perfect for a campfire dessert or potluck supper in the neighborhood. You will need two cans of your favorite pie filling. I used blackberry and lemon. 12 oz Canada Dry® Blackberry Ginger Ale and one white cake mix. Make a campfire and get nice hot coals. Place your Dutch oven on a rack and heat for 5 or 10 mins until hot. Add both cans of pie filling and stir. Using a long handle spoon is the best method for safety. The dutch oven holds heat for a long time. Preventing yourself from burns is essential. Pour 12 oz Canada Dry® Blackberry Ginger Ale into a bowl. Add cake mix and stir until blended. Cake mixture will get foamy and it’s okay if there are some lumps. Pour cake mixture over pie filling. Cover Dutch oven and place hot coals on lid so it can “bake.” Sit back relax and enjoy yourself for approximately 20 minutes. Carefully take a peek under the lid and your cobbler should be golden brown. Again, make sure you are lifting the lid safely. We use this lid lifter for all of our cast iron cooking.
Scoop out and enjoy warm! If you are lucky the campground will have ice cream in the camp store and you can add a scoop or two to this delicious Blackberry Campfire Cobbler. If not, it’s okay, it’s just as amazing without the ice cream. You can also eat this cobbler cold. It makes a delicious breakfast, too!
- 2 Cans pie filling, any flavor
- 1 can -12 oz Ginger Ale, any flavor
- 1 dry white cake mix
- Pour soda in bowl
- Add cake mix and stir well.
- Scoop pie filling into the hot dutch oven.
- Pour cake mixture over pie filling.
- Cover dutch oven and add hot coals on top to bake your cobbler.
- Sit back relax and enjoy yourself for approximately 20 minutes. Carefully take a peek under the lid and your cobbler should be golden brown.
- Scoop out and enjoy warm.
Amount Per Serving Calories 1925 Saturated Fat 10g Sodium 3583mg Carbohydrates 421g Fiber 5g Sugar 217g Protein 21g
This was our first campfire cobbler. I couldn’t believe how easy it was and how prominent the taste of ginger was in each bite, thanks to the Canada Dry® Blackberry Ginger Ale being made with real ginger.
I just booked a weekend camping trip for April 29th. I can’t wait to impress our campground neighbors with this Blackberry Campfire Cobbler. Have you cooked over a campfire? If not this cobbler would be a great place to start.