- 1 Build campfire, and let burn until most of the large flames have subsided; place campfire-approved cooking grate at least 6 inches above fire.
- 3 Cook cinnamon rolls over moderate heat 11 to 16 minutes, turning every 2 to 3 minutes (rotating pan if necessary), until rolls are golden brown and cooked through.
- 4 To serve, top rolls with icing from can. Cool 5 minutes before serving.
- Check that your cooking grate is campfire approved! You’ll want to watch the rolls carefully, adjusting the location of the skillet as necessary. Flipping them frequently during cooking helps keep them from burning.
- If you’ve never learned how to make cinnamon rolls while camping, make sure you have hot pads or hot gloves nearby so you can safely transfer the cast-iron skillet to a heat-safe surface when ready to serve!
- Be careful cooking over open flames. Cast-iron cookware, like skillets, retains heat. Be sure to use care when handling and removing food from them during cooking.
- Be sure to use metal utensils when cooking over a campfire; plastic utensils will melt due to the extreme heat.
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*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.