How to Make Woof Em's Campfire Pies: Perfect Camping Treat!


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Move over smore's, here comes woof ems...campfire pies using crescent rolls and pie filling, plus other topping ideas.

How to Make "Woof Em's" Campfire Pies


Have you heard of Woof Ems?  I guess it's because they are a mess to eat...so you just kind of woof them down...?  Whatever the reason, they are awesome.  We call them Campfire Pies!  They are simple to make and are a welcome change from Smore's, which are awesome.  Great treat to take camping or invite some friends over to roast around your backyard fire pit.

Supplies Needed:

Hot Dog Roasting Stick
1" Wooden Dowel
Refrigerated Crescent Rolls
Pie Filling
Whipped Cream
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Begin by drilling a hole in the center of a 3 inch piece of 1" wooden dowel.  Fit the dowel into the end of the hot dog roasting stick.  Now it's ready to begin.  Open the crescent rolls and cut them each in half.  Use half a roll and wrap it around the wooden dowel.  It needs to fit across the top of the dowel and then around the sides as much as possible.  The dough will be quite thin.
It's perfect though, just roast it over some hot coals and let the heat cook slowly to completely cook all the bread dough on the dowel.  We love getting together with friends for campfire nights--all Summer long!  It's such a fun thing to do on the weekends, so we keep the supplies stocked in the fridge.
Once it's delightfully golden brown, let it cool down slightly.
Then slide it off the dowel in a twisting motion.  Check that the inside of the roll is cooked. 
Then fill the inside of the crescent roll with pie filling.
And top with whipped cream. 
Eat the deliciousness! 

Other filling options are fun too:

Apple Pie Filling with Caramel Sauce
Chocolate Pudding and Cream
Taco Fixings
Toasted Marshmallow and chocolate
Peanut Butter
Nutella
Pizza Sauce, Cheese and Pepperoni
Fresh Fruit and Cream
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Make a campfire pie with crescent rolls, pie filling and cream...or other fun fillings.  Great for camping or backyard campfires with friends.







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