Our summer consists of late nights, lots of fires, good eats, and good company. One treat we have been making over our fires a lot are Rhodes Campfire Crescents. Its basically a roasted...
Hey everyone! It's Kami from Sweet Charli. I don't know about you, but around here our summer consists of late nights, lots of fires, good eats, and good company. One treat we have been making over our fires a lot are Rhodes Campfire Crescents. Its basically a roasted crescent filled with cinnamon and honey butter. These are great treats to enjoy with friends over a fire or a great breakfast to eat while camping!
You only need a few things to get these ready: Rhodes white dinner rolls, cinnamon, honey butter, cooking spray, wooden dowels (think craft stores or Walmart).
Thaw out 9 dinner rolls for about 2 hours so they are soft but still cold. Next, combined them all into one dough ball. On a clean surface sprayed with cooking spray, roll out your dough to about 9" in diameter. If your dough is having a hard time staying at the desired width, let it sit for about 10 minutes and roll again.
When your dough is the desired width, cut into 10 slices with a pizza cutter and sprinkle the desired amount of cinnamon on top.
Take your wooden dowels and spray the ends with cooking spray. Start wrapping your crescents around the dowel, starting with the larger side first and rolling the pointy part of the dough last, then tuck in so it doesn't unroll.
Begin roasting your crescents over the fire. They should take 3-5 minutes, until browned evenly on the outsides. These rolls will not start on fire easily, so you can hold them directly in the fire while slowly turning.
When done, remove from the dowels.
Pour honey butter down the holes of the crescents (where the dowels were).
You will surely love these Rhodes campfire crescents. They are the perfect combination of dough, cinnamon, and honey butter; a sweet treat! Your guests will really love these and if you are camping, you will all be happy campers!
Rhodes Campfire CrescentsServings: 10 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 5 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 5 min
Rhodes Campfire Crescents
Rhodes White Dinner Rolls
3/8” wooden dowel
Thaw out 9 Rhodes white dinner rolls for about 2 hours, just until soft but still cold. On a clean surface sprayed with cooking spray, roll out dough to about 9” in diameter. With a pizza cutter, cut dough into 10 slices. Sprinkle the slices with the desired amount of cinnamon.
Spray the ends of wooden dowels with cooking spray. Begin to roll your crescents over the ends of your wooden dowels. Roast over a campfire for about 3-5 minutes, until the outsides begin to brown evenly. Remove from dowels and pour honey butter into the hole of the crescents, where the dowels were. Enjoy!