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10 Delicious & Easy Campfire Recipes

Camping is one of those wonderfully versatile activities that you can do with anyone. It can be romantic, family-friendly, or a little wild! It's something almost everyone knows how to do, but when it comes to camping recipes, many of us are a little behind the times.


Eating around the campfire doesn't always have to be pre-packed cold turkey and cheese sandwiches or heating a can of baked beans. These recipes we're sharing with you prove that just because you're not cooking in a kitchen doesn't mean you have to limit yourself at mealtime in the wilderness!


This cheesy recipe is super easy to make and absolutely delicious. All you’ll need is bread, butter, cheese, and bacon, though you can serve it with Dijon mustard if you like. Cook this cheesy, bacony goodness over the campfire in less than 30 minutes and fall in love with this go-to recipe!


 

Despite being one of the foods I constantly crave, just the concept of trying to make pizza at a campsite seems impossible. Turns out, it's very possible and very tasty!

All you’ll need to make campfire pizza dough are five ingredients: water, salt, olive oil, rapid-rise yeast, and flour.

It’s surprisingly easy to whip up, and you can cook it in a skillet over an open fire.

Don’t forget to pack your cheese, tomato sauce, and whatever extra toppings you want to add.


 

This delicious, portable camping beverage is made and stored in a mason jar. This sangria is perfect to take camping, on vacation or to outdoor music festivals. Suit your own taste buds and try different fruits, wine and vodka flavors.


 

Easy, zero cleanup, and tastes amazing - Juicy apples, chewy crumble topping, and salted caramel, so flippin delicious!


 

Camping breakfast chilaquiles recipe is the best way to start your day when out in the woods. Once you try this campfire recipe, you'll be hooked for life.


 

Crunchy tortilla chips covered in ooey-gooey melty cheese, BBQ chicken, beans, and all your favorite toppings, wrapped in tinfoil to roast over the campfire heat. Foil packet nachos are totally customizable to your liking and a great way to use left over meats.


 

It may seem too good to be true, but making perfectly crispy, not-too-soggy French toast while camping is possible!


 

Campfire Taco in a Bag is super easy to make, almost too easy for an actual recipe! The hamburger cooks perfectly over the campfire; seasoned with Taco seasoning, spread over crushed taco chips and topped with your choice of ingredients. Campfire Taco in a Bag ingredients are versatile, and a little planning ahead is all you need for a quick and easy campfire meal.



 

Campfire baked apples are the perfect camping dessert for those colder nights around the campfire. The salted caramel really takes this classic camping dessert to a new level! These are great because you can cook them right over the fire (or in a dutch oven) and you can make one or two servings if that's all you need.

Image Source: Amanda Outside

 

Popping popcorn on a campfire is easy to do and impressive as heck! Plus, the popcorn gets this amazing smoky flavor. First, be sure to have heavy duty aluminum foil on hand, not the flimsy stuff! Second, have neutral-flavored oil like grapeseed or vegetable oil. Third, do not skimp on the oil! It sounds like a lot, but it turns out it is very important for the full popping experience.



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