Campfire Pop Tart Toastie

Icing being piped with a plastic bag onto a cooked pop tart toastie. An open pie iron exposing the toastie inside, the cooking campfire is in the background. A campfire pop tart toastie is cut in half and served on a red checked napkin A square pie iron being held over campfire coals with the campfire flames in the background. A pie iron open next to a campfire exposing a smaller pop tart made with pound cake.
Recipe Origin Global
Rating
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Servings 1
Preparation 5 min 00:05
Cook 10 min 00:10
Ready in 15 min 00:15
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Toast
Ingredients Nut
Equipment Cast Iron Pie Iron
Recipe Type Breakfast Hand Food
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Icing being piped with a plastic bag onto a cooked pop tart toastie. An open pie iron exposing the toastie inside, the cooking campfire is in the background. A campfire pop tart toastie is cut in half and served on a red checked napkin A square pie iron being held over campfire coals with the campfire flames in the background. A pie iron open next to a campfire exposing a smaller pop tart made with pound cake.

Campfire Pop Tart Toastie

Popular with kids, this campfire pop tart toastie makes a quick and easy, cook yourself breakfast while camping.

This recipe uses a basic bread sandwich with peanut butter and jelly (jam) filling, and after being toasted it is topped with the cliche icing squiggle from a plastic bag.

Once the basic recipe is mastered it can be tweaked up by exchanging the bread for raisin loaf, cinnamon bread, or even slices of cake. The jam can be swapped for your favorite flavors.

Ingredients

1/2 cup icing sugar (confectioners sugar)

water, as needed

2 slices white bread

raspberry jam

peanut butter

Equipment

square pie iron

Recipe Directions

  1. Add the icing sugar (confectioners sugar) to the plastic bag along with a small amount of water, mix until smooth. Add more water if necessary, it is better to start off with not enough. Seal the bag and put it aside until needed.

  2. Preheat the pie iron.

  3. Make a peanut ‘butter and jelly’ sandwich using the bread, raspberry jam, and peanut butter.

  4. Toast the sandwich over coals until golden brown on both sides, then carefully remove from the pie iron.

  5. Cut a small corner off the corner of the bag then drizzle the icing back and forth to create a pattern reminiscent of commercial pop tarts. 

    Warning: Check the temperature of the jam in the center of the camping pop tart before eating so you don’t burn your mouth.

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Recipe Origin Global
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 1
Preparation 5 min 00:05
Cook 10 min 00:10
Ready in 15 min 00:15
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Toast
Ingredients Nut
Equipment Cast Iron Pie Iron
Recipe Type Breakfast Hand Food
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