NFOTB – Pudgie Pies

In honor of the past 4th of July weekend, my recipe post for the week will be the infamous campfire favorite – Pudgie Pies!! The only tools that you need for this recipe is pudgie pie irons (sandwich irons), a campfire and friends and family!
Pizza Pudgie Pies

Pizza Sauce

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Sliced Pepperoni

Butter

White Bread

 

Butter the outsides of bread as you would a grilled cheese sandwich. Put the buttered sides down on each side of the sandwich maker. Fill with pizza sauce, cheese and pepperoni. Sandwich together and put over campfire. Carefully watch so that it doesn’t burn. When it is toasted, remove and flip onto plate. Enjoy the ooey gooey yumminess!

Dessert Pudgie Pies

Pie filling flavor of your choice (for some its cherry and for other its blueberry…and there were the difficult ones who demanded raspberry and strawberry!

Sugar

Butter

White Bread

 

Butter the outsides of bread as you would a grilled cheese sandwich and a pizza pudgie pie. Put sugar on only one side of the butter! (this is important right Annie?) Put the buttered sides down on each side of the sandwich maker. Fill with the pie filling and sprinkle with a little more sugar. Roast over the campfire and enjoy! Be careful not to OD on the sweetness!!

Here are some pictures of the family making the tasty treats!


Kirsten didn’t want to make any…she just wanted to be wrapped up like a tortilla!! :)

Comments

  1. Andrea says

    Yea for Pudgy Pies!!!
    It is lucky I had two at the cabin. I may have to run to Target and get a sandwich maker. I wonder if they would taste the same if I made it over the charcoal grill?!?

  2. Jess says

    They don’t taste quite the same but very similar…especially if you are craving them! I would suggest checking out sandwich makers at Fleet Farm or Menards…they are a little pricey. :)

  3. Stephanie says

    Jess – the way I learned pudgie pies was to actually spread on (the inside) peanut butter, adding chocolate and marshmallows to melt. I know: deadly. We do make the “campfire pizzas” and “campfire pies” too.

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