- Chocolate or vanilla snack pack pudding (for inside the eclair)
- Crescent rolls
- Dowel rods
- Chocolate frosting
- Spray whipped cream
- Cooking oil or spray
Coat the end of a wooden dowel with cooking oil or spray. Wrap a crescent roll around the top and about 4 inches down the dowel. Make sure you don’t make it too thick and that there aren’t any holes.
Place the dowel over hot coals and cook until its golden brown and isn’t doughy. Carefully remove the dowel (it’s hot!) and put your favorite pudding inside (chocolate or vanilla). Frost the top of the crescent with chocolate frosting and then add whip cream. Oh my!
– Recipe courtesy of http://biglersrecipes.blogspot.com.
I like to think of myself as a crafty person. My mother and I have painted rocks for a few years now and I really enjoy it. We’ve made ladybugs, frogs, tigers, deer, etc. No lions or bears yet. 🙂 You can find several books about rock painting, many with step-by-step instructions and nice photos.
Came across a link on Pinterest to Martha Stewart’s website which featured Rock Crafts. I think this could be a fun, family activity while you’re camping … provided you can find rocks where you’re at and it’s okay to take them.
On Martha’s website there are several cute crafts, and even some that turn into useful objects like dominoes and magnets. I’ll be trying the dominoes, if I can ever find that many rocks of a similar shape and size!
We’re accepting online reservations for all of 2013! If you book your stay now you’ll be automatically entered into a drawing for the chance to win a $200 Lake Rudolph Gift Card!
So if you’re a planner and already know when you’re visiting in 2013 … what are you waiting for?!
Here’s how you can be entered to win:
- Make your 2013 reservation, ONLINE ONLY, anytime between 9:00am Central Time on May 1st until 11:59pm CT May 13th.
- Your name will then be entered into a drawing for the $200 gift card.
- Your reservation must be made using our online reservation system.
- You also must be 21 years of age to make a reservation.
- About a dozen oranges
- Yellow cake mix; mixed according to package
You can mix your cake mix ahead of time and refrigerate or mix it on site.
Cut a small top portion off the orange. Keep the top; you’ll need it later. Scoop out the inside with an ice cream scoop or spoon … think of it like hollowing them out like a pumpkin.
Fill the oranges almost to the top with the cake batter. Put the top back on and carefully wrap the entire thing in heavy duty aluminum foil. Place it into the hot portion of your campfire.
Wait about seven minutes for it to cook, turning a few times with long handled tongs. Pull it out, let it cool and enjoy the cake!
– Recipe courtesty of http://bread-and-honey.blogspot.com.