Lemon Berry Dutch Oven Cobbler

On a recent campout, I made a this dump cake style Lemon Berry Dutch Oven Cobbler. This cobbler recipe is lighter than some of the other ones I make which have a lot of butter.

It got rave reviews from the Scouts and Scouters. The Dutch oven was empty pretty quickly.

You can see a photo of my Lemon Berry Dutch oven cobbler at Empty Nest in the Midwest, which is my personal blog.

Lemon Berry Dutch Oven Cobbler Recipe

Equipment

  • Dutch oven
  • Aluminum foil
  • Charcoal – 25 briquettes
  • Serving spoon

Ingredients  

  • 1 package frozen raspberries thawed
  • 1 package frozen blackberries thawed
  • 1 box lemon cake mix
  • 1 can lemon lime soda

Instructions to make Lemon Berry Dutch Oven Cobbler

  1. Prepare your charcoal briquettes.
  2. Line the Dutch oven with foil
  3. Sprinkle the berries on the bottom of the oven.
  4. Dump the lemon cake mix on top of the berries.
  5. Pour the soda over the cake mix. DO NOT STIR!
  6. Put 8 briquettes under the oven and 17 on the lid.
  7. Cook for about 30 to 40 minutes.

More Camp Cooking Resources

Ding Dong Cherry Cobbler

Here’s a different type of Dutch oven cobbler. And as a novelty, it has Ding Dongs in it!

Black Forest Dump Cake

Yet another dump cake style cobbler, with cherries and chocolate cake.

Pumpkin Crunch Recipe

This is also a dump cake, with pumpkins and pecans. Perfect for your fall campout!

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2 responses to “Lemon Berry Dutch Oven Cobbler”

  1. Scoutmaster Shawn Avatar
    Scoutmaster Shawn

    Watch using diet soda. The aspartame breaks down at high heat, into formaldehyde and diketopiperazine, which are both neurotoxins. In small amounts, they are still dangerous, causing headaches, blurred vision and even seizures. Not to scare you, but it’s scientific fact.

  2. Jeremy B Gilmer Avatar
    Jeremy B Gilmer

    We have a No Burn notice for this weekend’s campout. Could this be made on a camp stove? Would the top get done with no heat on the lid?

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