Bake just about anything in a camp Dutch Oven

Dutch Ovens are often known for their ease when making soups and stews, but camp-style Dutch Ovens are also excellent for baking.  There are many different types of dishes that can be baked in the simple black pot, and the possibilities for eating well when outdoors, in camp, or at a Dutch Oven Gathering are boundless.  Just about anything that you can bake in a home oven can be made in a camp Dutch Oven outdoors.

Below are some of the dishes that we baked in our camp Dutch Ovens during this season at our Dutch Oven gatherings.

Scones, baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.

Banana Bread, baked in a 6-cup bundt pan in a 10″ Deep Dutch Oven.  Click here for recipe.

Sticky Buns, baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.  Click here for recipe.

Biscuits, baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.

Rolls, baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.

Pineapple Upside Down Cake, baked in a bundt pan in a 12″ Dutch Oven.  Click here for recipe.

Cranberry Pie, baked in a 10″ Dutch Oven.  Click here for recipe.

Piecaken, a chocolate cake with a cherry pie baked inside; baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.

Sourdough bread, baked in a 10″ Deep Dutch Oven. Click here for recipe.

Smoked Macaroni and Cheese, baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.

Corn casserole, baked in a 12″ Dutch Oven.  Click here for recipe.

Pecan Blondies, baked in a 9″ cake pan in a 12″ Dutch Oven.  Click here for recipe.

 

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