The great outdoors needs some great eats. From breakfast to dessert, here are just a few ideas to take with you on your great outdoor adventure.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? Jump start your day with these recipes!
Breakfast Burger Biscuits
Who says you can’t have a burger for breakfast? This recipe includes a basic homemade biscuit mix, eggs, cheese, sausage patties – and coffee of course!
Campfire Toasted Cinnamon Rolls
This recipe calls for pre-made Pillsbury cinnamon roll dough, but you can make your own and pack them away. When you’re ready to cook them, place the dough on a roasting stick, hover over the fire until finished, and enjoy with a strong coffee and fresh fruit.
RECIPE: Campfire Toasted Cinnamon Rolls
Potato and Egg Scramble
You can’t go wrong with scrambled eggs for breakfast. Throw in some potatoes and you’ve got yourself a good breakfast to start your day of hiking, kayaking and adventuring.
Recipe: Potato and Egg Scramble
Get your midday fuel with these great recipes.
Dutch Oven Pizza
Love a bit of comfort food while camping? Well, this recipe uses a pre-made, homemade pizza dough. Bring along whatever toppings you enjoy, assemble and enjoy!
Recipe: Dutch Oven Pizza
Whole Wheat Pasta in Foil with Vegetables
Spaghetti while camping? Oh yes you can! You can make the pasta ahead of time and toss it with some vegetables and cheese. Wrap it in foil, cook it over a fire and dig in!
Chili Campfire Bake
Okay, so this one isn’t the healthiest, but it is super easy. All you need is a box of macaroni, chili, corn chips, cheese and you’ve got a great lunch to keep you fueled.
Recipe: Chili Campfire Bake
After your amazing day of fun, come back to your campsite and whip up these delicious dinner recipes.
Take your campfire dinner to a gourmet level. Place salmon fillets in foil with lemon and herbs and voila! Bon apetit!
Recipe: Fire-Roasted Salmon
You can never go wrong with a fire-roasted quesadilla!
Recipe: Camping Quesadillas
Campfire Chicken with Brussel Sprouts and Dill Potatoes
You should never go camping without foil and you’ll want to have plenty around to make this chicken with roasted brussel sprouts and dill potatoes.
Cause this is what we live for! Try these three scrumptious sweets!
Blueberry Cobbler on the Fire
The beauty about cobbler is that it only uses four ingredients, including the biscuits! You can make the biscuit dough ahead of time to save time prepping and allow more time for eating.
Recipe: Blueberry Cobbler on the Fire
Get fancy with your campfire desserts. All you need is crescent rolls, pudding, whipped cream and chocolate sauce. Boom!
Recipe: Campfire Eclairs
Bailey’s Dipped Marshmallows
YAASS!!! That’s it. Here’s the recipe.
Recipe: Bailey’s Dipped Marshmallows
Twist open an oreo. Add a toasted marshmallow and some chocolate. That’s all.
What are your favorite camping recipes?