Could a camp stove give me quick breads>
I'm the newbie baker who recently asked some questions about possibilities for how I might be able to create any sort of bread on a Coleman stove while camping (seven whole months without my oven! and we leave in 12 days! eep!) - I received so many wonderful responses and have already found some excellent options; number one, I'm currently absolutely addicted to incredible Sylvia's Irish Soda bread (everybody try it!), while mantou steam buns are delicious, and the Fresh Loaf pita recipe has been immensely super, too, 'specially with joghurt. I have another question...
In my searches I've read a few scattered blogs and instructions which state that it's possible to make some types of quick breads, even simple cakes or brownies, by pouring the batter into a saucepan/pan/pot (?), covering it, and baking it on the stovetop. But nothing has been specific, and I'm not even sure if it's true or not! Neither, apparently, are my cookbooks.
Anybody have any insight on the matter? Is it feasible? If so, what types of breads might work? I've got a neato brownie recipe I'd sure enjoy. And how long should I cook it? At what heat level? I would think it would be low? What perils should I look out for?
Any ideas? I'd be so grateful... but blessings to everybody at the Fresh Loaf!