Stoltzfus Eats: Mountain Pies

Stoltzfus Eats: Mountain Pies

Jacki Weaver |

For today's Stoltzfus Eats post, we're featuring a family favorite - Mountain Pies! Cooked over the campfire, this is a tasty option that is easily customized to individual preferences and can be used for a main dish or dessert! 

One tip: the mountain pies (also called campfire pies, or pie irons) are best when cooked over a bed of coals, so make sure to start your campfire in advance to ensure the fire has burned down. If you try to cook your mountain pies in flames, you may end up with a burnt meal!

What you'll need for this recipe:

ingredients to make mountain pies

White sandwich bread

Mountain pie option 1
Stoltzfus original sausage
Mozzarella cheese
Marinara sauce 

Mountain pie option 2
Stoltzfus sliced smoked ham
Sliced Swiss cheese
Sliced cheddar cheese

Mountain pie option 3
Creamy peanut butter
Chocolate bars


Build a campfire. Allow to burn down until a good bed of coals has built up.

Butter two pieces of bread. Place the bread in the mountain pie iron, buttered side down. 

Fill with desired toppings.

Close mountain pie iron. Trim off any excess bread.

Put the mountain pie iron over the coals. Periodically flip the iron over, checking the mountain pie as you flip to ensure that it is not burning. 

When the bread is golden brown, remove from the fire, let cool for a few moments, and enjoy!

 mountain pie with Stoltzfus sausage, pepperoni, and mozzarella cheese   mountain pie with Stoltzfus ham, Swiss cheese, and cheddar cheese

mountain pie with marshmallows, chocolate, and peanut butter









Have you ever tried a mountain pie before? If you have, what are your favorite flavor combinations? 

As always, if you make this recipe, we would love to hear about it. Please let us know in the comments or be sure to tag us on social media. Thanks for joining us for Stoltzfus Eats… where feeding you is our pleasure! 

1 comment

Love mountain pies.. favorites are pastrami, Swiss and coleslaw or saurkraurt with thousand island to dip.
Sloppy Joe and cheddar cheese, cheeseburger made with ground burger cooked with onions, canned fruit fillings are always great for breakfast or dessert. Looking forward to seeing others favorites!

Barb ,

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