Plate Stacking Tripod


Dec 28, 2020
Coastal Texas
So when I was in the Boy Scouts, we used to mass- produce biscuits, by using three balls of tin foil. You'd set the tin foil balls on the bottom plate of biscuits, then set the next plate on top of the tin foil balls, and so forth until you had a whole patrol's worth of biscuits.

Flash forward 25- ish years, and now I'm wondering if someone makes an aluminum or stainless tripod thingey that'd do the same thing, for biscuits or pizzas or whatever. Let you multi- cook in a dutch oven like that. Anyone know where I can find one? I've already done some Google work and not found anything particularly useful.

If you're linking, please give me something other than Amazon.


2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah
Oct 10, 2013
Northern Virginia
Never seen anything official myself but I used an upside down tin plate to do essentially the same thing you are doing. Provide a trivet of sorts Above the first row of food. I do swap rows to help ensure even cooking halfway through. Especially with pizza as I like a crispier crust. A buddy of mine uses a regular folding trivet with a tin plate on top of that When he cooks multiple rows in a deep pot. I’m curious the responses you may get. it would be nice if there is something out there.