Wolf'em Stick

Biscuit Cup Roaster

Campfire Classics

If you like campfire cooking and know what a biscuit cup is, tune in. If you don’t, here’s your timely initiation.

They’re doughy treats you roast and fill with anything you want, from pudding to fresh fruit—even soup. With the Wolf’em Stick you shape pieces of biscuit onto its wooden mold, then hold them over the fire until you’ve got a crisp golden cup that’s ready to be filled. An included recipe book gives you ideas for
what to put inside. And there’s an attachment for the handle that’s perfect for roasting marshmallows, hot dogs, and other campfire classics.

Teens Spencer and Tanner Harison are the champions of this delicious cause. The two brothers invented the Wolf’em Stick to hone their biscuit-cup-making technique. They even made sure it had a rotating handle that lets you roast evenly and from a safe distance.

When it comes to campfire treats, this nifty tool makes it easy to prep ‘em, roast ‘em, wolf ‘em . . . then repeat.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Spencer
    Spencer

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Wolf'em Stick to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • June
    June
    3/28/2017 12:23 PM

    Spencer, That looks like fun and good to eat. What is the dough made from? Canned biscuits?

  • Spencer
    Spencer – Special Guest
    3/28/2017 12:56 PM

    @June Great question! You can use ANY kind of biscuit dough . . . We love to use the "pop canned" biscuit dough found in the refrigerator section of your grocery store. Cinnamon roll dough is always a fun option as well as Bisquick or any homemade dough. Pie crust works great too!! Your options are limitless!!

  • alexandra
    alexandra
    3/28/2017 1:12 PM

    12.95 for ONE? What is the cup made of? wood? What kind?

  • Patricia
    Patricia
    3/28/2017 1:33 PM

    @alexandra At that price, maybe it's gold.

  • Spencer
    Spencer – Special Guest
    3/28/2017 1:45 PM

    @alexandra You are correct - the cost is ONLY $12.95 for one Wolf'em Stick - which will bring you priceless good times at your next outdoor cooking adventure!!

    The wood cooking end is made out of a birch hard wood and treated with a food grade mineral oil.

  • Spencer
    Spencer – Special Guest
    3/28/2017 1:49 PM

    @Spencer What makes the Wolf'em Stick so unique is the rotary handle. It is the only roaster on the market (that we know of) that has this feature. Believe me when I say it will take your outdoor cooking experience to a whole new level!

  • Joan
    Joan
    3/28/2017 1:58 PM

    @Spencer a great invention! but . . . too pricey. I was thinking $12.95 for a set of 3.

  • Shannon
    Shannon
    3/28/2017 2:14 PM

    @Spencer I don't find that too expensive. I bought 3 to stick in all my son's stockings for Christmas. Can't wait to try them out. I'm sure their creativity will soar as they try to outdo each other.

  • Spencer
    Spencer – Special Guest
    3/28/2017 2:30 PM

    @Shannon Shannon - thank you for your purchase! I think your will be in for a double treat when you try out your Wolf'em Sticks for the first time! The first will be the delicious treats you make and the second the fun you will have watching your sons get creative with their cooking skills!

  • Nick
    Nick
    3/28/2017 3:02 PM

    @Spencer

    The rotary handle is overkill, and with the short radius I'd suspect kinda hard to control. Much better would be just the wood handle to be twirled between fingers.

  • Spencer
    Spencer – Special Guest
    3/28/2017 3:40 PM

    @Nick I understand your concern and we have used the roasting sticks that can be twirled in your fingers. This rotary handle is really something quite unique! We have demonstrated the product at dozens of trade shows and fairs across the country and everyone's first comment - adults and especially young kids - is how easy the handle is to use.

  • Susan
    Susan
    3/28/2017 2:55 PM

    Doesn't the wood form burn? It looks blackened in the video clip, how do you clean it?

  • Spencer
    Spencer – Special Guest
    3/28/2017 3:44 PM

    @Susan Great question - and one that we get asked a lot! The wood form does not burn because it is covered with the dough. The exposed edges of the form do get blackened with use, however we have used some of our Wolf'em Sticks literally 500+ times doing demonstrations at state fairs and the wood holds up great!

    We recommend cleaning the wooden cooking head with warm dish soap and then using cooking spray on the end between each use.

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