Well folks, we finally were able to try out our new fire pit last weekend. We originally planned on using it a couple of weeks ago for hubby’s birthday. It turned out to be a very windy day. We decided that Smokey the Bear would appreciate it if we didn’t start a fire.
My friend, Joyce gave me a set of Woof-Um sticks for Christmas a couple years ago. They have been anxiously waiting for us to build our fire pit.
What is a Woof-Um stick? I thought you’d never ask. It’s a smaller dowel with a larger dowel on top. Her husband made them and then soaked them in oil to treat the wood.
Here’s what you do:
1. Spray the large dowel with Pam and place a refrigerator biscuit on top.
2. Stretch the biscuit down part way over the dowel.
Yes that would be me dying laughing because we are all thinking dirty thoughts. I am not even going there. But hey, at least we know how to have a good laugh.
3. Cook it over the fire. I cooked mine slowly to golden brown to make sure the biscuit was cooked through.
4. Slide it off the dowel and fill it with pudding (or honey butter)
5. Top it off with fresh fruit and whipped cream.
6. Last of all, Woof-Um down! Pretty tasty.
Of course we couldn’t stop there. We had to make a few traditional s’mores also. A new twist is to use a Peanut Butter Cup in place of the chocolate. Oh so good! Ha, ha, do you think those two dressed to match the Larkspur?
This was Saydee and Jack’s first fire roasting experience. They loved it and caught on very fast. Sometimes the mellows didn’t make it to the fire.
Jacks first s’more cookie style. Not sure which he enjoyed more, eating it or roasting.
Just wondering, do you like your marshmallow golden brown or crispy black? I like mine both ways.
p.s. I would love to have you link up with Share Your Cup Thursday if you haven’t already. Just scroll down to the previous post.
I will be joining:
Shannon with Cozy Home Scenes for her Grill, BBQ & Picnic Party