Friday, January 15, 2010

Fizzy Fruit Cobbler

41uBiOMuDBL._SL500_AA280_[1] After returning Tia’s necklace to Bass Pro Shops, I decided to look around a bit. It’s such a cool store, and despite the fact that I don’t want to camp, fish, or hunt, there are some neat things in there. I did want to look for some good long handled tongs or gloves for dutch oven cooking, and decided to just grab a nice set of the Lodge Red Oven gloves. I added in a pair of sandals for the upcoming trip to St. Martin.

I returned the necklace for $150. Got out of there only spending $50. A good day!

Tonight I decided I’d try this Fizzy Fruit Cobbler recipe as my first one in the dutch oven. I have a chimney, but I elected not to try charcoal today. Mostly because I still had work to do and it is cold outside. I didn’t want to be in and out in the dark.

Here’s me getting ready:


So I heated up the oven to 350F, and then followed the recipe. Kendall thought it was really cool and helped me pour in the grape soda. We did blueberry filling, white cake mix, and grape soda. I lightly mixed things up and then dropped it in the oven for about 45 minutes.


It came out great, and it’s sweet. Almost too sweet for me, but I think the Scouts will like it on one of the campouts this year.

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