From "Kids Cook"
Why is this Depression era cake wacky? Well, it has a few unusual ingredients, but it also is made directly in the cake pan... so less dishes to wash up!
- Preheat oven to 350F
- In a mixing bowl, cream butter. Add sugar and combine well
- Add eggs, vanilla and mashed bananas. Mix well.
- Stir in flour, baking soda and salt until the dry ingredients are incorporated. the batter may be slightly lumpy
- Line muffin pan with muffin cup liners
- Divide batter into the 12 muffin cups
- Bake for 30 minutes or until done
- Cool muffins in pan on a wire rack for 10 minutes, then take out of pan and continue to cool on the rack
Looking for a hearty campfire breakfast? Mountain Man breakfast has you covered. While this breakfast was cooked over a Swedish firelog, it can be made over a stove just as easily. This recipe can easily be scaled up or down, depending on the number of hungry Sea Ventures that you have on hand. Customize the mixture with your favourite meat and vegetables... and yes, this can easily be vegetarian
- over a hot fire, cook meat of choice in a cast iron skillet
- once meat is cooked, remove meat from pan and set aside
- using the rendered fat, sauté vegetables
- add hash brown potatoes.
- string frequently, cook hash browns until browned.
- add meat back to pan
- add lightly beaten eggs, stirring constantly until scrambled
- enjoy with hot sauce such as Chalula or ketchup!
based on Cupcake Diaries
- prepare 2 tin foil pouches by spraying 2 large pieces of tin foil with cooking spray. Set aside
- stir together sugars and cinnamon. Set aside
- open can of biscuits. Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces.
- roll biscuit bits in cinnamon sugar
- divide biscuit bits into the 2 packets
- cut butter into small cubes and sprinkle evenly between the 2 packets.
- using the drugstore fold, seal the packets tightly
- just to be sure, use a second layer of tin foil to ensure the packets do not leak
- cook on a grate over hot coals for 20 minutes, or in a gas BBQ at about 350F for 20 minutes, turning frequently to prevent burning and to encourage even baking
At the start of the COVID 19 pandemic, in-person Scouting and camping came abruptly to a halt in Canada. The Rosslyn Cubs muddled on and held their first Virtual Pillow Fort Camp in April 2020. Youth were encouraged to cook for their families, and Scouter Lisa provided a simple recipe for a doughnut in a mug....or a Mug-nut, With a few simple ingredients and a microwave, you can quickly have a yummy treat.
Based on Gemma's Bigger Bolder Baking
The Venturers wanted to try something new. They wanted to learn how to cook a Christmas Dinner. What a great idea!
Oven times may vary...
Cranberry sauce doesn't have to come from a can.