Cinnamon Rolls on the 1600

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It was already almost 90 degrees at 8am in NH with very high humidity. That isn't typical for us. I didn't want to heat up the house with the oven so I decided to bake them on my 1600. Set it at 400 and put them on a pizza stone and parchment paper. I took them off when they were golden brown. They cooked perfectly. There was no real noticeable smoke flavor due to the higher temp. They tasted like I baked them in the oven.
 

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It was already almost 90 degrees at 8am in NH with very high humidity. That isn't typical for us. I didn't want to heat up the house with the oven so I decided to bake them on my 1600. Set it at 400 and put them on a pizza stone and parchment paper. I took them off when they were golden brown. They cooked perfectly. There was no real noticeable smoke flavor due to the higher temp. They tasted like I baked them in the oven.
UPDATE - now I was just asked to bake a strawberry rhubarb pie outside. I'm now a baker.......lol. I will let everyone know how it turns out, the pit is warming back up now.
 

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That's awesome, I once did a blueberry pie on mine and it turned out awesome. I'll see if I can find the pics somewhere. I have also done banana bread.

Oh and I later learned the P setting doesn't work at higher temps. This is an older video.
 
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