Preparing a dessert in a Dutch oven is a dream come true for campers, but you can do it indoors as well. Whether you crave biscuits or cobblers, we've put together our nine best Dutch dutch desserts for you. The best desserts come from these old-fashioned pots. People have long found ways to prepare sweet treats in a Dutch oven. And now you could say that we perfected her.
Dutch oven cake
Traditionally, people have cooked these over a campfire, but do not pull out flint and steel yet. Thanks to your modern oven, these treats can also be prepared inside and enjoy your cake without a campfire:
- Dutch Oven Apple Upside Down Cake. This recipe is a bit complicated, but we think it's worth it. It contains a cider that can soak to give the finished cake more apple flavor. In addition, the cook who created the recipe used his grandmother's pound cake as a basis. How cute is that?
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- Dutch Oven Double Chocolate Cake: Dutch Oven, Dutch Chocolate – It just seems right. We love the detailed campfire instructions of this recipe, but of course you can also cook it in your oven at home. Just bake it at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 40 to 50 minutes. You can check it by inserting a toothpick – if it comes out clean, your cake is ready!
Get the Recipe: Double Chocolate Dutch Oven Cake
- S & Mores Cake: This is a 10-minute cake recipe. Yes, you read that right – 10 minutes to the chocolaty, marshmallow goodness. Given the relationship between Dutch ovens and camping, we can not imagine a more fitting Dutch oven dessert.
Get the Recipe: S & Mores Cake
Cookies & Brownies
Cakes are not the only dessert that you can prepare in a Dutch oven. If you're more into brownies or cookies, try the following:
- Seven-Layer Brownies: If the everyday Dutch oven desserts do not, try them. Seven layers of coconut, toffee, pecans and chocolate will surely make everyone happy.
Get the Recipe: Seven Layers of Brownies
- Dutch Oven Chocolate Chip Cookies: Huge chocolate biscuits straight from the Dutch oven? Count us! This recipe contains excellent instructions for campfires, but you can achieve the same results by bake in a 350 degree Fahrenheit oven for about 12 minutes.
The recipe received: Dutch Oven Chocolate Chip Cookies  Dutch Oven Brownies: If seven layers of brownie are just too much, do not worry! You can also prepare classic fudge brownies in a Dutch oven. It's a perfect camping recipe, but it's also great to get yourself a brownie pan.
Get the recipe: Dutch Oven Brownies
Cobblers & Other Classics
If you like something at least a bit healthier (ie it contains fruit), we have some options:  Easy Dutch Oven Cobbler: No matter which fruit you choose, a cobbler is always a great idea. They are simple, unfussy and popular, making them the ideal companion for a Dutch oven.
Get the recipe: Dutch Oven Cobbler
- Dutch Oven Cherry Clafoutis: Do not let the term "Clafoutis" intimidate you. It is much harder to pronounce than to do. Traditionally you make this simple French dessert with black cherries and a sweet dough, but you can use any stone fruit.
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- Dutch Baby: And last but not least, we came to the legendary Dutch oven dessert. This bloated pancake is gorgeous if you cover it with fresh berries and powdered sugar. Of course, you can also make these in a cast-iron pan, but it just seems right to make a Dutch baby in a Dutch oven. Again, this recipe is supposed to be cooked over a campfire, but you can bake it in the oven at about 425 degrees Fahrenheit and get the same results.
Get the Recipe: Dutch Oven Dutch Baby  Now that you have satisfied this sweet tooth, you might be wondering what else you can do in a Dutch oven. Spoiler Alert: The answer is pretty much anything you want. Take a look at our latest collection of Dutch oven recipes and pay close attention to this all-star kitchen appliance.