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Old 12-30-2011, 05:47 PM   #1
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Wink Perfect morning

While anxiously waiting for our first camp out in our first travel trailor, I have Been daydreaming about what that first morning will be like and this is how I see it unfolding. . . . Waking up under my down duvet and home made Stars and stripes quilt (Iam a true Canadian but there is something special about red white and blue) made especially for the camper. . .putting the overnight caramel sticky buns into the oven ( remember its Canada eh and warming up the oven in the morning helps take the chill off) and turning on the percolator (nothing beats the sound of coffee percolating in the morning). Then crawling back into the warm bed and reading a good mystery till the buns and coffee are ready. Of course a great hike in the outdoors to off set the calories later in the morning would be just about perfect.

Anyone out there with their idea of a perfect camping morning to share ....

( If anyone is interested in that overnight caramel buns made froM frozen bread dough, I'd be glad to share)
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While anxiously waiting for our first camp out in our first travel trailor, I have Been daydreaming about what that first morning will be like and this is how I see it unfolding. . . . Waking up under my down duvet and home made Stars and stripes quilt (Iam a true Canadian but there is something special about red white and blue) made especially for the camper. . .putting the overnight caramel sticky buns into the oven ( remember its Canada eh and warming up the oven in the morning helps take the chill off) and turning on the percolator (nothing beats the sound of coffee percolating in the morning). Then crawling back into the warm bed and reading a good mystery till the buns and coffee are ready. Of course a great hike in the outdoors to off set the calories later in the morning would be just about perfect.

Anyone out there with their idea of a perfect camping morning to share ....

( If anyone is interested in that overnight caramel buns made froM frozen bread dough, I'd be glad to share)
I'm up and ready for the sticky buns... !
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Old 12-30-2011, 06:56 PM   #3
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That really sounds like a perfect morning.
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Old 12-30-2011, 07:34 PM   #4
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I'm up and ready for the sticky buns... !
Had one request so will post here as well enjoy!

CARAMEL ROLLS

1 loaf frozen bread dough sliced thin (If its too frozen to slice you can mic it for half a min or so)
3 oz pkg regular butterscotch pudding (not instant)
cup melted margarine
cup Brown sugar
cup chopped nuts ( I used Pecans)
1/2 tsp cinnamon

Place rolls in bundt pan sprinkle dry pudding over rolls. Pour melted margarine over all. Mix together cup brown sugar, cup chopped nuts, tsp cinnamon and sprinkle over buns Cover with towel and leave overnight. Bake 350 for 15 min 325 for 10 min. Run knife around edge and invert on plate for 3-4 min. remove pan.

Note: I was looking at the oven in our Jayco 23J and thought that the bunt pan would be too tall so I tried making the buns at home using a cake pan (9 by 11) and it worked good too. You could probably do half a bread roll in a small square cake pan as well (specially its only two of you) but I would probably not bother halving the rest of the stuff, it would just make it more yummy
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You know, I'm starting to think that way also.
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I enjoyed reading your post. We really enjoy going into the states with our trailer. The people we meet are always friendly and over the years we have made numerous friends south of boarder. My wife and I hike in the areas we go to, and on the slower days we enjoy riding our bikes , going for walks, and taking in the local attractions. We live very close to the boarder and will be shopping for a new comforter for the trailer in January.
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Had one request so will post here as well enjoy!

CARAMEL ROLLS

1 loaf frozen bread dough sliced thin (If its too frozen to slice you can mic it for half a min or so)
3 oz pkg regular butterscotch pudding (not instant)
cup melted margarine
cup Brown sugar
cup chopped nuts ( I used Pecans)
1/2 tsp cinnamon

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That recipe looks great and I really enjoy cooking. It relaxes me and the DW doesn't seem to mind that I reign supreme in the kitchen. LOL!

I will definitely give this a try.
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^X1000 Every day at the campground and every night around the fire as well!!!
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I can also remember those good ole younger days. Shoveling out the horse trailer so we had some place to sleep away from the bears and mountain lions. The rain coming in through the open slats on the sides. Waking up and smelling like a horse all day. It was great fun though. Having a great breakfast, riding all day in the mountains, then on Monday morning we could hardly walk.

Lots of memories.

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