Dutch Oven Breakfasts
Apple Cinnamon Rolls
- 1 quart apple pie filling
- Frozen cinnamon rolls (Roades) (canned will work too)
- Apple Butter
- Caramel Sauce
Put apple pie filling in the bottom of the dutch oven. (For ease of cleanup, we used a parchment liner) Place a layer of closely packed cinnamon rolls. (You don’t need to defrost them) Add about a cup of apple butter and a half cup of caramel sauce on top of the rolls. Bake at 350 until the rolls are done. Add included icing on top of rolls.
Berry Dutch Baby Pancake
Biscuits and Gravy SOS (aka Chipped Beef on Toast)
Chile Relleno Quiche
Dutch Oven Fritata
Easy Cheese Danish
Mountain Man Breakfast
2 lbs sausage
1 lbs bacon, crumbled (pre-cooked saves prep time)
8-10 slices canadian bacon, cut in fourths
2-5 lbs shredded hash browns (frozen or shred your own potatoes)
1 onion, chopped
1 green pepper, chopped (optional for some people)
1 box mushrooms, sliced
12-15 eggs (more is better)
Salt and Pepper, garlic powder
1 lbs finely grated cheese
The night before, cook your sausage and bacon and leave overnight in the dutch oven (put inside a bear safe structure). The next morning, warm up the sausage and sauté the onions and green peppers. Remove half of the sausage mixture to a bowl.
Layer about an inch of hash browns and then cover with half of canadian and crumbled regular bacon. Cover bacon with half of mushroom slices and the reserved sausage mixture. Add another inch of hash browns, the rest of the bacons and then top with the rest of the mushrooms. Beat eggs with some salt and pepper and then pour over the top of the layers. Press on the layers to get them to soak up the eggs.
Bake at 350 for 45-60 minutes. Remove lid, cover food with grated cheese and replace lid (make sure the cheese doesn’t touch the lid or you will have trouble when you open it). Let rest for 5 minutes while cheese melts.
Serve with salsa or ketchup. Real mountain men will fight over the crusty bits on the bottom and sides.
Overnight Pie Filled French Toast
Peachy French Toast