Campfire Tarts and My First Giveaway!

09.08.2012

Campfire Tarts – a new fun campfire treat everyone in the family will love! These are so easy and incredibly delicious! Biscuits are toasted over a campfire then layered with pie filling and whipped cream. YUMMM.

Campfire Tarts

An Exciting Campfire Product!

I will just say it people, these Tarts On Fire sticks are the must have cookware of the year! They are the best thing since S’mores. Actually, I never thought I’d say this but S’mores are now a thing of the past, these are going to be my number one dessert choice at campfire cookouts.

These Tarts On Fire sticks are a product that is well worth the money, and they are made of stainless steel so these things are built to last.

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This is one of those genius inventions that’s like, man why didn’t I think of that =)? Every single person that tried these agreed that not only were they the new “it” thing but the end result of what they can cook is undeniably delicious (and I want to add, normally I’m all about made from scratch. I did not make one thing from scratch with these.

Tarts on Fire Sticks

Use Store-Bought Ingredients for the Fastest Treat

I used store bought refrigerated biscuits, canned pie filling and canned whipped cream and these campfire cups left me speechless – for a moment, and then I couldn’t stop talking about how awesome and delicious they were =).

You get a perfectly toasted biscuit tart that’s amazingly tender and fully cooked through (I questioned whether they might be soggy inside but they had no sogginess whatsoever), then you fill it with you favorite fruit pie filling and finish it off with sweetened whipped cream. Yes, they’re melt-in-your-mouth fantastic!

More Filling Ideas

Their deliciousness also got me thinking of everything you could fill them with.

You could do the traditional fruit pie filling or pudding, or you could change it up and fill them with sweetened fresh fruit (which I did with one), a cream pie filling, ice cream – with all the toppings of course, pastry cream, or make them S’mores tarts and fill them with toasted marshmallows and chocolate sauce.

You could make a savory option and fill them with soup, chili, chicken pot pie filling, cheesy scrambled eggs, or you could make taco bowls and fill them with taco filling. Really the possibilities of what you can create with these are endless.

All you need are 3 ingredients, and of course the Tarts On Fire sticks…

How to Make Campfire Tarts

1.Wrap

2. Toast

3. Fill and garnish

4. Enjoy and share!

As the holidays come near I’m always drawing blanks for an exciting gift to give to a friend or loved one. Well, not this year. These would make the perfect birthday or Christmas gift for men or women alike.

Take these camping or out to the backyard fire pit and I can basically guarantee they will be a total hit, and like me you will instantly become a huge fan. Entertain in style with these new Tarts on Fire Sticks!

Disclaimer: Although Tarts On Fire graciously gave me a set of Tarts on Fire Sticks to try out and keep, I was not financially compensated for my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

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Campfire Tarts and My First Giveaway!

A new fun campfire treat everyone in the family will love! These are so easy and incredibly delicious! Biscuits are toasted over a campfire then layered with pie filling and whipped cream.

Servings: 10
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 package refrigerated , small biscuits (I used Pillsburry Jr. Grands)
  • 2 (21 oz) cans pie filling such as apple, blueberry, raspberry, cherry
  • canned whipped cream
  • Special equipment: Tarts On Fire Sticks

Instructions

  1. Evenly wrap and mold 1 biscuit dough around the outside of the stainless steel cup of each Tarts On Fire Stick (no greasing necessary). 
  2. Roast over an open flame, rotating frequently until golden brown (don't hold them over a smokey area or directly in the fire), about 1 - 2 minutes. 

  3. Remove toasted biscuit from stainless steel cup (it should easily glide right off), fill with your favorite pie filling and top with whipped cream.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Campfire Tarts
Author: Jaclyn

106 comments

  • Joan Metz: We made these years ago, but used a wooden dowel, shaped on the end(no rough edges) and put vegetable oil on them and then stretched the biscuit over the dowel. We called them “dough boys”. August 5, 2014 at 7:41pm Reply

  • Prudence: Just pinned! http://pinterest.com/theresaoc/ September 16, 2012 at 3:26pm Reply

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