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Best recipes for campfire cooking

by Olivia

The cooler temperature makes us want to gather around a crackling fire. Even if you are not camping or cozying up to an outdoor fire pit, you can try these 10 best recipes on a grill, wood stove, or even an indoor fireplace.  After all, campfire cooking is essential in outdoor activity.

Best recipes for campfire cooking

There is no doubt that my favorite part of camping is campfire cooking. There’s something satisfyingly primal about giving up my stove and cooking over an open fire in the great outdoors. Here are 10 of our favorite Camping recipes for everything from simple dinner meals, to sweet desserts, to things to snack on in-between meals. Before you plan your next camping trip, I suggest that you should prepare these easy recipes because it will make you spend great camping time. You’ll be glad you have these camping trip meal ideas when you’re in the outdoors. I can assure that no one can resist these tasty and easy Outdoor cooking recipes!

A CAMPING BREAKFAST IDEA THAT’S NOT PANCAKES

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

Flipping flapjacks to order in a small cast iron pan with smoke blowing in your face is not the best way to start the day. But why not feed your crowd using this method for bacon and eggs on the grill from Old Wood Fire Grill? The genius use of a muffin tin means that you can cook several portions at once with minimal effort. That’s definitely the way to start your beautiful day.

AN ALTERNATIVE TO SANDWICHES FOR LUNCH

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

Building a fire for three meals a day may be a bit much, so you need sandwiches as a lunchtime camping go-to. So I think you can just serve cereal for breakfast, and then building an afternoon flame to make these Campfire Crescent Roll Dogs.

CAMPING SNACK RECIPES

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

Campfire Parmesan Popcorn: It’s so fun to pop your own popcorn in a jiffy and just use popcorn kernels, a dash of oil, a little Parmesan and aluminum foil. This campfire Parmesan Popcorn is much more delicious than homemade.

What a delicious snake to inspire you? This Campfire Spinach Dip from Twin Dragonfly Designs is the one you looking for. It can also serve as a perfect appetizer while you’re waiting for dinner. Pour yourself a beer or glass of wine and dip in. What a great experience!

CAMPING RECIPES FOR DINNER

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

When talk about camping, many people always say something like canned foods and processed shortcuts. But there is a super easy way to make food for you: Wrap some healthy, whole foods in tin foil packets and you’re in business. Believe me, just check out this easy Lemon Dill Grilled Fish Fillets. Then you will know how tasty these lemon grilled fish fillets are!

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

You need to try this Bacon-Wrapped Trout recipe when outside camping. It looks simple and actually simple to cook! Hope you like this delicious one.

CAMPING RECIPES FOR DESSERT

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

S’mores is the classic camping treat and we all love these cute babies! This S’Mores Dip recipe variation from Hungry Brownie, and it is created for the stovetop, but it works just as well over a campfire. You can even have your kids make their s’mores by the old fashioned way with sticks. You can also make this dessert in a skillet!

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

Campfire Pies are also popular when camping. These tasty treats come together with nothing more than sandwich bread, cinnamon sugar and fresh fruit or pie filling. You can learn how to put them together and get tons of filling ideas over at Andrea’s Recipes. I bet you will make these sweet babies in your next trip, it is so tasty that you will never regret trying.

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

This Gooey Chocolate Skillet Cake from Willow Bird Baking isn’t specifically a camping recipe, however, it’s perfectly suited for campfire cooking. Warm chocolate cake made without mixing bowls over an open flame, I am sure you won’t want to miss it.

Campfire cooking

Campfire cooking

Campfire Banana Boats are an ingenious way to get a gooey, chocolately, bananatastic dessert which is never out of style. If you’re a nut-eating family, I suggest you add peanut butter chips, too–while Tara recommends butterscotch trips.

These tasty, delicious but simple recipes are essential in your outdoor life, believe me, you will never regret trying any one recipe, and it will help you to spend great time with your families and friends. Hope you will like.

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