Camp Chef has the perfect idea for you: Make memories with the Skookie. Chalene McGrath with Camp Chef shows you how.
What you need to know about a Skookie:
A Skookie cast iron pan by Sante is a great way to make memories. How? First of all, the pan is made of cast iron. Cast iron pans never wear out … they last forever! In fact, they get better as time goes by. So when you create treats like brownies, cookies, pizza and omelets, with your children, this cookware is creating something that you cn pass on as an actual family heirloom, tucked with a special tradition from mom. The “Skookie’ is the actual pan you can pass on to your children.
And with cast iron, you don’t have to coat to cook. The finish on the pan makes that unnecessary!
Help create memories and lots of fun on a dreary winter afternoon.
2 ½ crescent roll triangles
2 eggs, beaten
Salt and pepper to taste
Toppings: cooked bacon or sausage, cheese, sautéed onions or peppers, etc…
1. Preheat oven to 375 º.
2. Lightly grease skillet.
3. Press crescent rolls in bottom of skillet and cover up any holes.
4. Beat eggs and salt and pepper and pour over crust.
5. Top with desired toppings.
6. Bake 12-15 minutes, until golden brown and no longer shiny or runny.
Refrigerated cookie dough or 4 balls cookie dough
1 skookie skillet
Ice cream (optional)
Toppings: hot fudge, strawberry jam, chopped nuts, whipped cream, etc…
1. Buy cookie dough (or you can make your own).
2. Preheat oven to 400º.
3. Press a thin layer (about ½ cup) in the bottom of skillet.
4. Bake for 5-7 minutes
5. Top with ice cream and toppings
6. Grab and spoon and DIG IN!
Skookies can be purchased at Spoons ‘n Spice, or any local sporting goods retailer. For more details go to www.campchef.com