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Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 09:16:03 -0500
From: Kris Swank <kswank@LONEPINES.NET>
Subject: Re: Campfire Desert

Make it even richer...add some butter between the cherries and cake mix, plus layer more butter 1/2 way through the cake mis. Add the Dr Pepper to the top. 10 minutes or so before serving sprinkle top with milk chocolate chips and let melt. For a cobbler cook-off at camp we wrote our troop number on top of the melted chocolate in marichino cherries. We won.
YIS,
Kris Swank
ASM T379

>>>
>>> or a Black forest cobbler
>>> chocolate cake mix
>>> 2 cans cherry pie filling
>>> 1/2 can sprite or 7Up
>
>Hi all,
>
>To make this recipe a little richer, substitute Dr. Pepper or Root Beer for
>the 7Up. I've used this recipe well for years.
>
>YIS,
>
>Jim Lohmann
>Scoutmaster, Troop 295
>Desert Pacific Council, San Diego CA
>Eagle Scout Class of 1982 <---|WWW|---<<<
>

 

 

   

 

 


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