Welcome to my Tailgating BBQ series! From September 15-30, I’ll be sharing grilled recipes that are perfect for tailgating. Each day there will be a new grilled recipe posted to give you inspiration and help build your collection of easy tailgating recipes.
Plus, and this is the really exciting part, one lucky reader will win this amazing Napoleon PRO285 TravelQ grill! Here’s how to enter…
Let’s keep the Tailgating BBQ Series going with this recipe from Kathleen from Fearlessly Creative Mammas. Here’s her recipe:
I’ve been here before, during the slow cooker recipe month, but in case you don’t know me, allow me to introduce myself. I’m Kathleen from Fearlessly Creative Mammas, when I blog with my oldest daughter. We blog about anything we think is creative, recipes, crafts, diy and family. We’d love to have you come over and pay us a visit.
Have you been loving these great tailgating recipes for the grill? I love cooking on the grill, so I will be trying some of them out for sure. When Christina asked me to be a part of the this series, I was all over it. We use our grill on a regular basis, all year long, but almost always for meat and occasionally corn on the cob. I thought this would be a great way to put my thinking cap on and challenge myself to provide a really tasty recipe. I think I have a winner and my grandsons agree with me.
The inspiration for this recipe was a really simple one, the pile of peaches and apples I had sitting on my table, waiting for me to decide what to do with them all. I’ve never cooked a dessert on the grill before and my husband was gone when I made this, so I had to figure it out on my own. I’m so proud of myself too. It was pretty simple and I loved it. It will be a great addition to your tail gating or barbecuing. I made this in a disposable 9 inch cake pan, but you can double it for a 9 x 13 inch pan if you’re feeding a crowd. Also, since I had never made a dessert on the grill before, I used two pans to ensure I didn’t burn the bottom.
- Grease a 9 inch square cake pan.
- Combine the butter, flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, milk and vanilla in a medium bowl.
- In another bowl mix the brown sugar and cinnamon.
- Add the peaches and apples to the brown sugar and mix to coat.
- Spread the fruit evenly in the pan.
- Pour the batter over the fruit and spread to coat the whole top.
- Preheat the grill.
- When the grill is hot, turn it to low.
- Place the pan on the grill and cook for 15-20 minutes.
- Remove from grill and serve warm.
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There you have it. A tasty and easy dessert for your next party. Your family and friends are sure to love it! Plus, it has fruit in it, so you can add it to your count of servings for the day! I hope you love it. Please come on by and visit our blog for some more tasty recipes.
Thanks so much Christina for the invitation to share this with your readers.
Thanks so much for sharing your great recipe, Kathleen! If you like this recipe, please pin it or share it! And, of course make sure you subscribe to It’s a Keeper so you don’t miss a single one!
You can find all of the Tailgating BBQ series recipes here. And, of course, make sure you enter the Napoleon grill giveaway!
Have you been to or had a Tailgate BBQ before? What was the most memorable food you tried?
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