Recipe: Mini Camp Oven Cobb Loaf

Recipe: Mini Camp Oven Cobb Loaf

Ever been to one of those parties where there’s a massive loaf of bread in the middle of the table filled with some sort of dip? And everyone’s just smashing gobfuls of that badboy at an alarming rate? You might have managed to get a taste in yourself, in which case you’ll know how bloody delicious they are! Well guess what…you can have a miniature version of this while you’re camping too!

You will require:

4 lunch rolls

1 bag baby spinach

¼ block philadelphia cheese

5 eggs

¼ packet French onion soup mix

Grated cheese

Diced bacon

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Firstly, bust the top off each lunch roll and hollow it out. Not too much or the arse end will fall out when you pick it up. Eat the insides, feed them to the dog or save them for a bread and butter pudding.

Beat your eggs like a red headed step child, okay maybe not that hard….now add the soup mix to the eggs, and the broken up philadelphia cheese. Line the bottom of each roll with spinach, then layer the diced bacon and grated cheese a few times; finishing with the cheese.

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Now pour the egg mixture into the rolls, and wrap the base in foil (leave the top open). Put those in the camp oven for about half an hour, or until crispy and brown. All done!

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This recipe serves 4 people, kinda obvious I guess as there are 4 bread rolls!

Enjoy!

 

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  1. rolly
    June 03, 18:00 Reply
    we are doing a trip to Coral Bay Alex for some boat fishing and lots of 4wding so we are going to try this recipe Cheers Rolly
  2. Long John
    June 03, 20:49 Reply
    Yum, that looks like a good idea and easy. Cheers
  3. Taff
    June 12, 23:15 Reply
    Will try it this weekend down South

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