Everyone loves to have a campfire when they’re out enjoying the great wild outdoors. The folks at duraflame have came out with a great product called Roasting Logs. They make for a quick and easy way to get your campfire started.
Here are some features of the Duraflame Roasting Logs:
- The logs are individually wrapped. Use only the number of logs you need.
- The logs are really small in size and easy to take to your camping site.
- The logs are made for cooking over. No smelly lighter fluid is needed.
- The logs are made from 100% renewable resources
The best part is if your area has problems with the Emerald Ash Borer this is safe to transport. No need to worry about carrying a bug with you. Many campgrounds insist that you buy their locally but campfire wood because of the Emerald Ash Borer.
Duraflame Roasting Logs Usage
These roasting logs are so easy to use. Just stack 3-4 out like the picture below, light the ends, and that’s it. In about 45 minutes to an hour the logs will be ready to roast over. I roasted some marshmallows but the Duraflame Roasting Logs can roast anything you would roast over a campfire such as hot dogs or anything else you enjoy to roast while camping.
Duraflame was nice enough to send me the logs for review along with the roasting stick shown and some marshmallows and harmonicas and kazoos for the kids to make campfire music. We will have the firepit out again this weekend for our backyard campout and I’m sure the kids will be making some music around the fire!
I really like the Duraflame Roasting Logs. I will definitely be buying some to keep around for our next camping trip or even just to use at home with our fire pit. They take up so much less space than the bundles of wood I usually buy and they last just as long. I’m all for saving space both at home and when we’re packing up for a weekend camping trip.
Duraflame Roasting logs can be purchased online through retailers like amazon.com. I have also saw the logs at our Walmart. To see where the logs are for you use the Duraflame Roasting Logs. Duraflame has also made a YouTube Video explaining how to use the Roasting Logs.