I decided to merge two of my latest projects together...the one-hour bread recipe and dutch oven cooking. This one turned out great--of course, its hard to go wrong when butter and brown sugar are involved.
10-inch dutch oven
1 recipe of bread dough, here
3/4 c. brown sugar
1 Tbs. cinnamon
3/4 c. butter, melted
Get the dough made (or cheat and buy a can of biscuits or frozen roll dough...but the dough took me 5 minutes to mix up-which I did in my kitchen before we headed up to the campground). Divide the dough into 4 pieces and roll each piece into a rope about 1" in diameter. Cut the rope into 1" pieces. Toss the pieces into a zipper bag with the sugar and cinnamon.
I lined the dutch oven with foil and sprayed with Pam. Toss in the 1/2 coated dough pieces--no rhyme or reason, just toss them in. Pour 1/2 the melted butter over the dough, then put in the rest of the dough and butter. Let rise for about 30 minutes. While the dough is raising, get the briquettes lit so they will be hot and ready to go.
Put on the lid and place the dutch oven on top of 12-14 hot coals and put 12-14 coals on top of the lid. Every 5 minutes, turn the pot about 1/4 turn. I baked mine for about 30 minutes. Immediately dump the baked bread onto a plate (or big piece of foil like I did, since we were at a campground and I didn't have all my kitchen with me).
Tasty stuff. Wish I had brought along a tub of frosting or some milk, but that didn't stop us from eating it.