Pudgie Revolution

Pie Iron Cookin' for Food Lovin' Campers


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Pudgies in Season: Apples!

This apeeling pudgie pie will surely please you to the core. It’s a caramel apple pudgie pie and you should make it!

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Dude, Where’s My Caramel Apple?

Ingredients

  • Texas Toast, buttered
  • apple, chopped
  • caramel sauce (get real caramel sauce, rather than caramel-flavored)
  • peanuts, chopped

Directions

Butter bread on one side and place buttered side down in iron.  Press the interior of the bread into the pie iron to make room for lots of filling.  Pile in chopped apples, caramel sauce, and peanuts.  Top with other slice of bread, buttered side up and close iron.  Cook over hot coals until golden brown!


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Crispy SPAM-wich Pudgie Pie

SPAM you’ll want to receive! Try slicing this canned camping favorite and using it as a crust!  Here’s how:

SpamPudgie2Fill one side of your pie iron with buttered white bread, an egg, American cheese, mayo and chopped onions.  Coat the other side of your iron with high heat cooking spray and fill with 3/8″ slices of SPAM.SpamPudgie3

Close iron and cook over a fire or grill until golden on both sides.  Cook the bread-side first to prevent egg from running under the SPAM in your iron.

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It’s a crispy-salty-ooey-gooey treat!

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Crispy SPAM-wich

Ingredients

  • 1 slice white bread, buttered
  • 1 egg
  • American cheese, 1 slice
  • onion, chopped
  • mayonnaise
  • SPAM, sliced about 3/8″ thick
  • high heat  cooking spray

Directions

Spray one side of pie iron with cooking spray and fill with slices of SPAM.  Butter white bread slice, place butter-side down in other side of iron, and gently press down on the center of the bread.  Crack one egg onto the bread and use a fork to break the yoke and carefully spread it around.  Top egg with American cheese, mayonnaise, and chopped onion.  Close iron and place over fire or grill cooking the bread-side first to set egg.  Flip and continue cooking until both sides are a crispy golden brown.


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Pudgies in Season: Green Tomatoes!

Got green tomatoes? There’s an app for that!  Don’t fritter away the summer without plucking a few green goodies for this tasty pie iron treat.

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Fried Green Tomato Fritter

Ingredients

  • cornmeal
  • panko
  • cayenne
  • salt & pepper
  • green tomatoes, 1″ cubes
  • egg, beaten

Directions

Coat pie iron with high heat cooking spray.  Mix equal parts panko and cornmeal and season with salt, pepper, and cayenne.  Dip green tomatoes in egg and then dredge in dry mixture.  Pile into prepared iron and cook over a fire or grill until crisp, about 4 minutes per side.  Serve with Sriracha mayo!


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I’m Stuffed

Try this tasty twist on a classic flavor combination: string cheese and pepperoni wrapped in breadstick dough!Stuffed1

This 4-ingredient pudgie pie is simple and so delicious.  Give it a whirl!

Stuffed4Slice a piece of sting cheese length-wise, leaving a little bit intact.  Slide in 5 pepperonis and wrap with 2 breadsticks making sure the cheese is completely encased.  They look like little mummies…little yummy-mummies!Stuffed3

Sprinkle with Italian seasoning and place in a double-wide pie iron that has been coated with high-heat spray.  Cook over a fire until golden and enjoy!

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I’m Stuffed

Ingredients

  • refrigerated breadstick dough
  • string cheese
  • pepperoni
  • Italian seasoning

Directions

Coat a double-wide pie iron with high-heat cooking spray.  Slice string cheese in half length-wise leaving it attached at one end.  Slide in 5 pepperonis.  Stretch and wrap 2 breadsticks around string cheese and pepperoni so that it is completely encased in dough.  Sprinkle with Italian seasoning and place in pie iron.  Cook over a grill or campfire until golden.  That’s a wrap!


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Pudgies in Season: Kale!

Kale, yeah!  It’s time to come kale away, Come Kale Away, COME KALE AWAY with meeeee!  Everyone’s favorite leafy green is in full-swing and just like everything else, it’s even better in the form of a pudgie pie!

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Come Kale Away

Ingredients

  • flatbread
  • roasted butternut squash
  • apple chicken sausage, sliced
  • Muenster cheese, sliced
  • cranberry sauce
  • kale, chopped

Directions

Cut flatbread to fit in iron so it is slightly overhanging the edges and spread margarine on one side of each slice.  Place margarine-side down in pie iron and spread butternut squash on top–buy it or make your own ahead of time.  Next, layer in chicken sausage, 1 slice of Muenster cheese, cranberry sauce, and chopped kale.  Top with other slice of flatbread and carefully close pie iron.  Toast over a fire or grill for 4-6 minutes per side or until it reaches golden perfection.  Let cool 5 minutes before eating–just enough time for a rousing rendition of Come Kale Away!


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(Tastes so good it) Hurts, donut?

There’s a hole lot to love about this maple-bacon-donut pudgie pie!

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Here’s what you need to make the magic happen:

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Split 1 cake donut and butter the cut sides.  Place buttered sides down in your pie iron pans and fill the holes with pieces from the other donut:

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Pile in the rest of the ingredients, close your iron and cook over a fire or grill until golden.

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(Tastes so good it) Hurts, donut?

Ingredients

  • 2 cake donuts, 1 split plus pieces for hole-filling
  • margarine
  • sweetened condensed milk
  • pecans or other nut, chopped
  • 2 slices cooked bacon, chopped
  • maple syrup
  • salt, just a pinch

Directions

Split 1 cake donut and spread margarine on the cut side.  Place cut side down in each pie iron pan.  Press donut halves into iron and fill gaps with donut pieces.  Drizzle in sweetened condensed milk and maple syrup and top with bacon, nuts, and salt.  Add another drizzle of sweetened condensed milk and close iron.  Cook over a fire or grill until golden, about 5 minutes per side.  Let cool before scarfing.

Trust us, you donut want to miss this pudgie pie!