Family camping means loads of fun. Every little chore becomes an adventure, even keeping everybody fed. Always choose a campsite with a campfire, sitting around a fire doesn’t only keep you warm, it is an opportunity to connect with each other, and what could be better than cooking in an adventurous setting for family fun.
We asked around for amazing camping recipes to come up with this awesome recipe guide for you. Some of the recipes are directly out of our hearts, truly tried and tested.
Baked Beans with Eggs:
All you need to make this healthy delicious treat is:
- Three cans of different beans
- A can of tomato sauce
- Chili sauce
- And eggs
Put all the ingredients except eggs in a pan and cook over the BBQ grill till hot, break eggs and try to put them right in the middle of the beans, cover, let the eggs and enjoy!
Damper on a Stick:
You will need:
- Bread dough
Take some bread dough; roll it out in thin strips, wrap it around skewers and cook on over the campfire, in 15 minutes your dampers will be ready, brush with some butter and start munching.
Baked Campfire Apples:
To make this yummy and nutritious treat, all you have to do is:
- Take some apples
- And Sugar
- Or Raisins
Cut the apples in half and stuff them with butter, sugar and dried nuts or raisins, wrap in buttered foil and set on top of the burning coals. Let them cook for a good 15 minutes you’re your mouthwatering caramel apple breakfast is done!
Easiest of all recipes and is this baked buttery corn. To make this recipe you will need:
- Some corns on the cob
Butter the corn generously, sprinkle some salt and cilantro, wrap in foil and bury them in the hot coals. After 30 to 35minuets your amazing buttery baked corn will be ready to enjoy!
Easy Cheesy Bread Balls:
These cheesy bread balls are a breakfast treat, equally famous with kids and adults.
The ingredients are as follows:
- Cheddar cheese
- Mozzarella cheese
- Bread dough
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Garlic powder
- Chopped parsley
Make a small piece of dough, place some cheese in the middle of it, sprinkle salt and pepper and roll it into a ball. Butter the foil and wrap the dough ball in it. And cook it on coal for 20 minutes.
Lightly brush with melted butter and sprinkle parsley and garlic powder to garnish.
The yummy buns are ready to serve.
BBQ Stuffed Bell Pepper:
Stuff bell peppers with a stuffing of your choice, wrap it in foil, and cook on over the grill. You can take the homemade stuffing with you or make one with cheese and minced meat and some spices of your choice. You can put veggies tossed with vinegar and spices in it or garnish it with any sauce.
The Bottom Line
Among the countless number of recipes available – these are some of the most cherished and easy to prepare and enjoy – do try them all out on your next trip.
I have been camping and going outdoors for over 15 years! My first experience was when I joined the scouts. There I learned a lot. From building a campfire to set up a really big tent. Then I know this is awesome. Around 2005 I also started Geocaching. This is a lot of fun. And every time we go camping we look at the map to see if there are some nice caches around.