Summer time means spending more time outside and for our family it means eating outside too. During July and August I try to avoid heating up the kitchen since it is already so hot. We barbecue often and also cook in Dutch ovens.
I made some lemon blueberry muffins the other day and they were so delicious I decided to make it in cake form in our dutch oven for dessert. If you have never tried Dutch oven cake, you are missing out!
Getting briquettes to light without using a gallon of lighter fluid is near impossible. Plus, I hate using all those chemicals when it is for cooking food. I was so impressed the first time I used the HomeRight ElectroLight. I have partnered up with them again to show you how easy it is, and to giveaway one to one of YOU!
It heats up quickly. Then you aim it at the briquettes and the Electrolight will blow very hot air. In no time at all the briquettes are glowing! I actually put my older son in charge of this while I was inside mixing the cake up.
The recipe I used is from the blog Let's Dish.
Once the cake batter is in the Dutch oven, add half the coals to the bottom and the other half to the top. Also, maybe don't put your 14 year old son in charge of watching and checking the cake or he might get distracted and over cook the cake a bit. But if that happens, this recipe will still taste delicious. It is hard to mess up food in a Dutch oven, even Dutch oven cake.
What is you favorite summer time dessert?
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