Ginger Beer Scones are a light and fluffy scone that bakes in a Dutch oven. These scones get their distinct ginger taste from ginger beer.
Golden Syrup Dumplings
An Australian camping classic, golden syrup dumplings are a traditional dessert closely associated to camping.
I can’t lie, I was well into my 30’s before I ate this while not camping, and although I have cooked it a few times at home, all id does but make me what to go camping.>
Golden syrup is an Australian cane sugar version of cane syrup, yet if looking for a substitute honey or maple syrup is a much better and flavorsome choice.
1 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons golden syrup
1 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoons butter
1 cup self raising (self rising) flour
1 egg lightly beaten
milk, as needed
8 inch Dutch oven or similar sized pot
Place the water, sugar, golden syrup and butter in the Dutch oven then slowing bring to a simmer while you make the dumplings.
Rub the butter into the flour.
Stir in the egg and enough milk to create a stiff dough. Add the milk in small additions so the dough doesn’t become too still and tacky.
Roll the dough into portion size of your choice, about picture shows seven.
Please the dough balls, dumplings, into the simmering syrup. Cook for 10 to 12 minutes, or until cooked through.
Serve hot with a cream, custard, sweetened soft cheese or custard to balance.