Camping Recipes

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Hot Dog Grilled Cheese
This is an interesting take on combining two childhood favorites. The hot dog and the grilled cheese. They pack a lot of flavor into a bite and should delight your children with exactly what they desire. Not to mention having some simple comfort food that is quick for lunch will make your mid day rest that much more comfortable!
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Hot Dog Grilled Cheese
Camp Avocado Toast
Are you looking for something a little different for breakfast? Why not try out this camp avocado toast? We take this to another level by adding eggs, bacon, and cheese. Instead of straight avocado we use guacamole. Trust me on this one your taste buds will thank you!
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Camp Avocado Toast
Dutch Oven Potato Cepelinai
A national dish of Lithuania the potato cepelinai makes for great dutch oven food while out camping. It combines your whole dish right in a handy dumpling. It is a great way to get veggies and protein in a few bites. Not to mention that it is simply delicious!
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Potato cepelinai
Campfire Chicken Biryani
This is a classic dish that hails from India. It is one of my favorites at my local Indian restaurant. I have tried for ages to figure out how to do it best over a campfire and I think that I have finally nailed it! The mix of delicious yogurt marinade and perfectly roasted chicken thighs are sure to make your taste buds rejoice!
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Campfire Chicken Biryani
Grilled Stuffed Mushrooms
You may think that this is a fancy meal when you are done cooking it. At least your campmates will think so. The meatiness of the mushrooms will completely hide the fact from those mea- eaters that this is a vegetarian dish! Stuffed with grilled onions, a blend of cheeses, and a little rice you are sure to come away filled!
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Grilled Stuffed Mushrooms
Crab and Spinach Penne
This is a quick and easy dish that you are sure to love. It adds a little flair with some crab. Feel free to use fresh caught if you are on the banks of the Chesapeake. Most camping trips I use imitation crab. The creaminess really comes through in the sauce and is a unique meal for a summer camping trip! I have actually enjoyed this meal both hot and cold!
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Crab and Spinach Penne
Campfire Corn Fritters
These campfire corn fritters are a delicious side dish or a meal all on their own. With limited ingredients, you can have a filling meal that will delight everyone. Or better yet pair this with an amazing Thai or Indian-inspired dish to elevate your campground cooking!
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campfire corn fritter
Roasted Ranch Broccoli
Another delicious campfire side dish that is super quick to make. In fact, this is so easy that I often get my children involved in the making of it. I bet you can guess what this whole meal entails! That is right, it is a tangy ranch with fresh broccoli. This is a classic mix any day of the week but is especially delicious around the campfire.
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roasted ranch broccoli
Mediterranean Camp Mix
This wonderful mix of sweet peppers, green olives, cheeses, and garlic will make a great addition to any lunchtime meal. Use as a side dish to accompany a great sandwich or eat it by itself. The Mediterranean Greek Camp Mix can be made ahead to marinate and is quite a filling little burst of flavor out on the trail.
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Mediterranean Camp Mix
Cinnamon Apples
Tired of the same old smore's around the campfire? Well, I can't say that this dessert is any healthier but having apples sure doesn't help. The spicy cinnamon flavor coupled with sweet apples and dried cranberries will make this campfire dessert your go to!
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Mountain Beast Breakfast
When I head out to the mountains to camp I want to feel like I am a wild beast. This Mountain Beast Breakfast gives me everything I need to fuel up for a long day on the trails. Not to mention that I feel like I can take on any critter in the woods with so much protein packed in!
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Mountain Man Breakfast
Venison Goulash
This is one of the heartiest meals that I like to make. It is filled with delicious veggies and venison. While we may not all be hunters I am blessed with one in my family. So I often have some game meat available. Don't fret though! If you prefer beef this recipe is easily transitioned. Goulash is a fantastic addition to a campsite and makes some amazing leftovers!
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Venison Goulash
Camp Au Gratin Potatoes
Potatoes and cheese. Is there anything else that warms the soul? In my opinion, likely not when it comes to food. Take this easy camp au gratin potatoes recipe to higher levels by adding your own favorite cheese and proteins. A quick and easy meal for anyone with a pan!
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Burgers In Foil
A quick hamburger meal right from the fire. Yes, please. While cooking over a grill is easy you may not have a grill and these foil hamburgers will be just as amazing. So get these burgers in your belly!
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Foil Chicken
This is a fantastically easy campfire meal. As with any foil meal this can be prepared at home and kept in the cooler. The prep is super easy as well with only the need to chop everything, season, and seal! So why not do a little meal prep before heading out to the campsite and enjoy a full meal when you get there.
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foil chicken
Camp Skillet Chicken Fajitas
This is probably one of the easiest recipes ever created for camping. It may rival hot dogs for being the easiest. It definitely tastes way better and will get you out of that camping rut of the same thing. Using mostly premade items you can have a delicious fajita dinner or lunch the whole family will enjoy!
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Skillet Chicken Fajitas
Honey Sriracha Salmon
Salmon doesn't have to be relegated to just when you have time at home or at restaurants. Now you can take a delicious salmon meal out to the campsite with you! The blend of sweet and spicy is sure to kick your grilling game up a few notches and make even the pickiest eaters happy around the campfire.
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Grilled Honey Siracha Salmon
Blazing Trail Mix
Looking to blaze some trails? Well if you don't have a machete handy then this Blazing Trail Mix may ease that urge. With a little kick from the seasoning and the sweet from the dried fruit you are sure to have a little pep in your step out on the trail!
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Blazing Trail Mix
Foil Lime Shrimp
Are you looking for a go to summer camping recipe? Look no further because this Foil Lime Shrimp is going to make your campfire your favorite place to gather and share food with friends. Such a quick and easy recipe for the campsite!
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Foil Lime Shrimp
Campfire Elote
Nothing screams summertime like tasting delicious corn on the cob. Now you can make it an entire meal with our campfire Elote. This Mexican Street Corn is sure to kick your campfire meals up a few notches with a mix of sweet corn and spicy toppings!
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Campfire Elote
Cast Iron Frittata
This delicious egg dish is sure to bring some smiling faces to the table! The best part is that you can customize this with your favorite meats, veggies, and cheeses. This one recipe can have thousands of variations!!
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Cast-Iron Campfire Frittata
Mason Jar Buckwheat Pancakes
Pancakes while camping just makes sense. They are a quick and filling meal. These Mason Jar Buckwheat Pancakes are sure to give you the energy you need to hit the trails while also being super easy to make and clean up! Mix everything ahead of time and take them with you on any of your camping or backpacking trips.
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Mason Jar Pecan Buckwheat Pancakes
Fireside Shakshuka
Fireside Shakshuka (Shahk-Shoo-kah) is an easy breakfast, lunch, or dinner meal that is made with poached eggs, simmered in tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, garlic, and spices. While this dish originates in the Mediterranean it is fantastically at home around the campfire. Not only do you get the heat and flavor from the fire but you will also enjoy the warming spices that meld into this dish. So pull out that cast iron skillet and say it with me while you dance and crack some eggs Shahk-Shoooooooo-Kah!
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Fireside Shakshuka
Cuban Sandwich Pie
Lunches around the campfire tend to be pretty dull and straightforward. Lots of people tend to go with the quick and easy so that they can get back out on the trails or the lake. Now you can kick your lunchtime sandwiches up a notch! The use of a pie or sandwich iron will take your recipe to the next level. With the ham, swiss, mustard, and pickle in this recipe, you will think that you are eating at a high-class panini shop in downtown Miami. So grab your sandwich iron and let's get toasting!
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Ham and Swiss Pie
Fire-Roasted Chili Butternut Soup
This delicious spicy campfire soup is sure to provide you with a taste of fall right from the campfire. While this recipe can be made ahead and warmed over the fire there is something about the flavor of fire roasted butternut squash that takes this to the next level. Combine this with the delicious flavor of sage and you have a winning and warming campfire meal!
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Spiced Butternut Campfire soup
Fire Ring Stuffed Pumpkins
This stuffed pumpkin is a delicious dish that can be made right in your campsite to help you get in that Halloween or fall spirit. With the addition of rice and sausage, it will be filling and festive.
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stuffed pumpkin
Dutch Oven Pumpkin Delight
When fall is in the air and you are heading out to the campsite there is no reason to leave behind the pumpkin pie! While this isn't exactly like traditional pumpkin pie it is sure to delight!
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Meatball Skillet Stew
This delicious stew will keep you warm on those cool camping evenings. It is only a twenty-minute recipe which means that you will be warming by the campfire both inside and out in no time. While this recipe does have some prep involved, more than a can of soup, it is fantastically delicious. With fall just around the corner start planning your camping menu with this recipe.
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Meatball skillet stew
Campfire Nachos
A fantastic, quick way to make a campfire snack or meal. This recipe uses fresh, cooler and pantry items that you can easily take camping with you. Remember if the chips are connected it is a single bite!
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Campfire Nachos
Foil fish
After a successful day of fishing there is no easier way to treat your fish then to quickly steam it over a set of hot coals. For the moistest and most delicious catch of the day try this on your next camping trip!
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Foiled Fish
Fisherman’s Perch and Chips
Everyone loves classic fish and chips but with our Fisherman's Perch and Chips you are sure to find a new camping favorite. We use freshly caught perch from your day out on the lake to make the flakiest and most delicious dutch oven fried fish and chips. We combine that with our mix of delicious spices to get the most flavorful and crunchy crust. Top it off with your favorite french fries and you wll have an instant hit!
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