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JShoemaker rated and reviewed the recipe Divine Caramel Sauce
Divine Caramel Sauce
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"Like 'angelasims' said, I wonder if this can be sealed up (in 1/2 pint size) jars to pack into Christmas gift baskets? An answer by Betty Crocker staff or someone else who may have done this would be helpful! Thank you!"
Posted on 10/17/2011
JShoemaker rated and reviewed the recipe Easy Fruit Crisp "Dump" Dessert
Easy Fruit Crisp "Dump" Dessert
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"This is a huge hit when we go camping. We love making it in a cast iron skillet and baked over the open fire. We have it prepared and as soon as dinner comes off the fire, this is placed on the grate--put it off to the side so it's not blazzing hot. Keep rotating the pan so it "bakes" evenly. Also, I line the cast iron skillet with a couple of layers of aluminum foil (sprayed/buttered LIBERALLY) to keep from sticking or burning on the bottom. Just keep an eye on it. Will take approximately 45-60 minutes depending on heat of fire. Of course...if you have an oven in your camper, you can just as easily prepare it the old fashioned way. "
Posted on 5/25/2011
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Posted 10/17/2011 7:04:53 AM REPORT ABUSE
Divine Caramel Sauce
Divine Caramel Sauce
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Like 'angelasims' said, I wonder if this can be sealed up (in 1/2 pint size) jars to pack into Christmas gift baskets? An answer by Betty Crocker staff or someone else who may have done this would be helpful! Thank you!
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Posted 5/25/2011 1:56:36 PM REPORT ABUSE
Easy Fruit Crisp "Dump" Dessert
Easy Fruit Crisp "Dump" Dessert
Rating:
This is a huge hit when we go camping. We love making it in a cast iron skillet and baked over the open fire. We have it prepared and as soon as dinner comes off the fire, this is placed on the grate--put it off to the side so it's not blazzing hot. Keep rotating the pan so it "bakes" evenly. Also, I line the cast iron skillet with a couple of layers of aluminum foil (sprayed/buttered LIBERALLY) to keep from sticking or burning on the bottom. Just keep an eye on it. Will take approximately 45-60 minutes depending on heat of fire. Of course...if you have an oven in your camper, you can just as easily prepare it the old fashioned way.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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