Best Dutch oven Dessert Recipes

Craving for yummy desserts? Well, if you own a Dutch oven, then making wide range of delightful desserts in your kitchen is not a big deal at all. A Dutch oven is basically a very nicely designed stainless steel heavy pot that you can use to make numerous sweet treats. It nicely enhances the overall texture and taste of your dessert recipes. So, set the traditional oven aside and bring your Dutch oven into show in order to try some delicious desserts. After all, the dutch are known around the world to be some of the best confectioners.

Scroll down and be amazed by the scrumptious dessert recipes which we have to offer. Read the descriptions which we have given.

Instructions

  • 1

    Apple Fluff Dutch Oven Recipe

    Prep time: 30 min
    Bake time: 15 to 20 min
    Total time: About 50 min
    Yield: 6 to 8 servings
    Utensils: Dutch oven, mixing bowl, zip-log baggie, spoon, knife

    Ingredients:
    Eggs: 6
    Cups flour: 1.5 cups
    Milk: 1.5 cups
    Salt: 1 teaspoon
    Stick of butter: ¾
    Apples,  sliced and stones removed: 2
    Ground cinnamon: 3 tablespoons
    Sugar: ½ cup
    Syrup, jelly or powdered sugar

    First of all set the Dutch oven coals to warm.

    In the meantime, crack the eggs into a bowl and beat until foamy.

    Stir in the milk, flour, salt and merge well to form a batter. Set this mixture aside to marinate.

    Grab a zip-log baggie and place the ground cinnamon and sugar in it.

    Add the apple slices to the baggie and shake properly to coat well in the cinnamon-sugar mixture.

    Now place the butter in a preheated Dutch oven over low heat and swirl it around a few times in order to coat its surface.

    Line the bottom of the Dutch oven with the coated apple slices and top with the batter in the bowl.

    Use the back side of the wooden ladle to spread the smooth the batter.

    Bake it at 375 °F for 15 to 20 minutes, revolving the Dutch oven after every 3 to 5 minutes.

    Continue baking until the batter is cooked well and use a knife’s tip to cut  into its center in order to check out whether it is done or not.

    Set aside until slightly warm.

    Top with some fruit syrup, jelly, peanut butter, or powdered sugar and serve.

    Image Courtesy: food.com

    Apple Fluff Dutch Oven Recipe
  • 2

    Cherry Dutch Oven Pie Recipe

    Prep time: 15 min
    Bake time: 30 to 40 min
    Total time: 50 to 55 min
    Yield: 6 servings
    Utensils: Dutch Oven, mixing bowl, spoon

    Ingredients:
    Cherries, fresh or frozen: 12 ounces
    Eggs: 2 large
    Sugar: ¼ cup
    Milk: ½ cup
    Flour: ½ cup
    Butter: softened and unsalted

    Rinse the cherries and set aside to drain well.

    Meanwhile, grease the bottom of the Dutch oven with some softened butter.

    Top the butter base with the rinsed cherries and spread them properly.

    In a mixing bowl, blend together sugar and two eggs until downy.

    Stir in milk and flour and continue blending until it forms a smooth watery batter.

    Drizzle the batter over the cherries in the Dutch oven’s medium heat and bake for almost half an hour to 40 minutes.

    Once lightly brown from all sides, sprinkle the Cherry Dutch Oven Pie with some powdered or coloured sugar and serve.

    Image Courtesy: pillsbury.com

    Cherry Dutch Oven Pie Recipe
  • 3

    Fruit Cobbler Dutch Oven Recipe

    Prep time: 30 to 40 min
    Yield: 6 to 8 servings
    Utensils: mixing bowls, spoon, Dutch Oven, wooden ladle

    Ingredients:
    Butter: ¼ cup
    Fruit mix, slices of your favourite fruits: 1 cup
    Milk: ½ cup
    Flour: ½ cup
    Sugar: ¼ cup
    Baking powder: 1 tablespoon
    Pinch salt

    Set your Dutch oven on a low heat and place the butter in its center. Leave the butter to melt and spread all over the bottom (base).

    For now, mix together the remaining ingredients in a medium bowl until it form a rich batter.

    In another mixing bowl, top the fruit slices and with some sugar and mix well.

    Now, top the melted butter with the fruit slices and spread it all over the bottom of the Dutch oven.

    Add in the batter and smooth it put with the back side of a spoon or wooden ladle.

    Increase the Dutch oven’s heat to medium range and bake the Fruit Cobbler until it is nicely golden brown from all angles.

    Shift into a large serving platter and dish up.

    Fruit Cobbler Dutch Oven Recipe

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