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Pocket Puff Iron

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A tasty treat is only minutes away with the Pocket Puff. Simply mix your favorite ingredients, pour and heat. A delicious cinnamon sugar puff or s’more dessert can be enjoyed by everyone. When you want more try a strawberry hazelnut puff with fresh fruit and your favorite spread. With a little bit of creativity the options are almost endless.

 From sunrise to sunset, the Pocket Puff simply cooks a warm meal for any time of day. For breakfast, enjoy a delicious omelet with all your favorite meats and veggies. If that is not enough try blueberry pancakes or buttermilk biscuits. Corn bread or appetizing pizza puffs make for tasty dinner options. The possibilities go as far as your imagination will take it.


  • Out of the box ready to cook in seconds
  • Lightweight non-stick coasted aluminum
  • 5 cooking pockets
  • Locking hook


  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 in. x 7 in. x 28 in.
  • Aluminum Dimensions: 5.5 in. x 7 in. x 2.5 in.
  • Overall Weight: 3 lbs.


Pocket Puff Iron is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pocket Puff Iron I've used Aebleskiver cast iron and aluminum pans before that enable the preparation of nine of these warm and yummy spherical pancake treats (which CampChef calls Pocket Puffs). The family really loves to eat them plain with powder sugar, or with savory or sweet fillings. For that reason, I was eager to obtain this iron which will be very useful for camp cooking with the family. This Pocket Puff Iron makes five Puffs (basically, the same thing as Danish Aebleskivers) which is a good quantity for the first serving for one person. I would have given 5-stars if this iron was made out of heavy cast iron instead of non-stick coated aluminum. I just prefer using cast iron when cooking over a fire pit, however, this product should still work wonderfully for that use, as well as over a stove burner. Since it is made out of aluminum, I would not stick in the coals or fire and leave it there. Instead, hold it a bit above the flame or heat source. Also, you must remember to flip the iron over halfway during cooking so that you cook both sides of the Puff Ball inside. The aluminum makes this tool much lighter weight than cast iron and should be good at conducting heat (to cook the batter placed within the five depressions on one half of the iron before closing and locking it). However, it is a bit of a misonomer to refer to this product as an iron when it is actually made out of aluminum, so be aware of that difference. To be clear, the CampChef website does describe this cooking tool as being made out of aluminum, which is fine. I just prefer cast iron so I can place the iron in the fire. Wipe each depression on the iron with a little oil before filling 3/4 full with batter. Apply heat to one side of the iron for about 30 to 45 seconds, then flip the iron over to the other side to finish cooking and forming the Puff Ball. Flipping the iron allows the half cooked batter to flow down into the other side of the iron so that it nicely forms the ball shaped treat. Just don't wait too long before flipping the iron over during cooking because that will leave you with a half formed ball. With a little practice and gauging how hot the heat source needs to be, you will be able to turn out perfectly formed goodness. Enjoy!
Date published: 2020-03-19
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