Campfire Orange Brownies Video
The video shows the concept, but … it does not show that you should double-wrap the orange, AND, make the second wrap end with a “curly-que” or twisted-hook on top (as in photo above). This shows you which is the top of the orange, (don’t want to put it in upside-down), and provides an easy way to grab it for removal.
- Cut the top off the orange – about 1/4 way down. (adults should to this)
- Let the kids use sturdy soup spoons to scoop out the inside of the orange – careful not to rip or puncture the orange peel
- ** This will be messy, but it is a fun part of the activity for the kids – so be ready with paper towels and wet wipes.
ps. Have a camera ready.
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Notes and discussions:
Camping with kids requires some camping gear and accommodations that you might not normally consider if just camping with adults.
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Bad Weather Survival Ideas for Camping with Kids:
Bad Weather? Kids confined to the tent? Save your sanity – be prepared with these games and activities to keep them occupied.
The links are for individual products, or the all-in-one bad weather kit. (as pictured)
Available as an all-in-one kit – Just click the image on the right to see a complete all-in-one Camping activities for Kids and camp games for kids Bad Weather Survival kit” – All you have to do is select the item quantities to match your number of kids!
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