^^ A friend of mine did a variation of this. He took a piece of 3/4" dowel rod about 4" long, rounded the business end and drilled a 3/8" hole into the other end. He attached the 3/4" dowel to a 3/8" dowel for a handle.
To use it, the operator would coat the business end lightly with oil or cooking spray then mold and form the biscuit dough over it completely. Cook it over the fire, then pull it off the mold. Now you can fill it with jam, jelly, cream cheese & bacon mixture or the vanilla pudding and chocolate frosting trick.
The whole process from start to finish can also be quite entertaining to watch. My buddy brought a handful of these to our church campout. Nothing funnier than watching the pastor's wife fix one of these!:hihi:
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