The BEST Dutch Oven Apple Pie

The BEST Dutch Oven Apple Pie

The BEST Dutch Oven Apple Pie
It’s Dutch Oven Season! WE LOVE LOVE LOVE Dutch oven season! This is a super easy and quick Dutch oven dessert. Our family goes Dutch oven cooking on Sunday afternoons for Sunday dinner and we are always looking for the best recipes and this is one of my favorites. I know you’ll love it!!

The BEST Dutch Oven Apple Pie


12 Rhodes AnyTime Cinnamon Rolls thawed but still cold
4 Granny Smith apples, diced
1 1/2 cups of brown sugar
1 tablespoon of cinnamon
1 cup of crushed graham crackers
Carmel icing
1/2 cup of caramel ice cream topping
2 packets of cream cheese frosting (comes with the rolls)

The BEST Dutch Oven Apple Pie


1. It’s so much easier to prepare most of the stuff at home, so we mixed together the brown sugar, cinnamon and crushed graham crackers together in a Ziploc bag before we left. 
2. In another Ziploc bag mix together the cream cheese frosting and the caramel ice cream topping. 
3. When you get to the camp site we greased the Dutch oven with butter, then cut up the cold cinnamon rolls into about 6 different chunks per roll. Then spread them along the bottom.
4. Dice the apples and put them in the Ziploc bag with the brown sugar, cinnamon, and graham cracker mix. Cover all the apples completely, then put them on top of the cinnamon rolls.
5. Then you want to cook it at about 350 degrees for about 25-30 minutes. Make sure you put less briquettes on bottom than on top, you do not want to burn the dessert.
6. When you are ready to eat dump on the caramel icing and serve warm!! It’s super good the kids kept coming back for more!


8 thoughts on “The BEST Dutch Oven Apple Pie”

  1. This looks delicious! I must try it. Thank you for sharing in the GRAND Social, Momma Kim. For a couple weeks I've wondered why this group of young gals linked up to a GRANDPARENT linky. You look so young that I didn't even consider you might be a grandma! 😀 Just read your "about" this time and was surprised as heck. Lovely girls here — of, surprisingly, ALL ages!


  2. Sounds, and looks delicious. But, from a UK person, what do YOU call a Dutch Oven, please? I know what I call one,but it may be different on the other side of "The Pond". Nice to meet you.

  3. I got a dutch oven last year and couldn't get over how wonderful stews come out in it. I haven't made a dessert yet, will have to check yours out. PInned. Thanks for coming to Weekend Bites ( formally Foodie Friday.)

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